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Tom Gass  Tom Gass
(photo: Tom Gass)

Tom Gass  Tom Gass
(photo: Tom Gass)

Tom Gass  Tom Gass
(photo: Tom Gass)

Tom Gass  Tom Gass
(photo: Tom Gass)

Todd Anderson  Todd Anderson
(photo: Todd Anderson)

4 of the 1988 Hutch bikes  Some magazine photos describing 4 of the 88 Hutch bikes. The text reads:
FIRST LOOK! 1988 HUTCH BIKES! Last month we gave you all the facts on the new Hutch bikes, but the photos were unavailable. Now you can feast your peepers on 'em like crazy! Go for it! (Just imagine 'em without the chainguards and reflectors - and they'll look a lot cooler - really.)
Here's photographic evidence of the newest Hutches. In order we've got the XR-1, a new lower priced race bike... The deluxe top of the line Pro Racer... Updated '88 Exel with new graphics... And the totally inexpensive Jet.
(photo: Tom Gass)

Pro Racer ad with Ronnie Anderson  An ad for the Pro Racer featuring Ronnie Anderson.
(photo: Tom Gass)

Hutch Exel ad  An ad for the Exel.
(photo: Tom Gass)

Gregg Macomber at contest  Gregg Macomber at a contest.
(photo: Tom Gass)

HPV ad  An ad for the HPV.
(photo: Tom Gass)

original Trick Star forks  The original fork pegs for the Trick Star in an ad on the right and in a small shot
of a drum brake system on the left.
(photo: Chris Reimer - from Freestylin')


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