Hutch late 80s neon logo
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Windstyler / Exel ad 1989  The 89 Wind Styler and Exel bikes. Another version of this ad said
"No Heavy Metal Here...All Chromoly!"
(photo: me - scanned Ad from BMX Plus!   Alternate vrsion of this Ad not shown but sent in by Tom Gass)

Vans advertisement  A Vans ad with Rick Allison on an unidentified Hutch. This would have to be Taiwanese since the year of the ad was 89 and the forks are the same as the Trick Star 2. My guess is that this bike was never put into production. Probably a prototype of some kind. I could be wrong though.

New info states that this is a prototype Trick Star 2.
(photo: me - scanned Ad from BMX Action in 89)

Trick Star  My Trick Star. The sticker on the seat is an Anarchy sticker! White Trash!!! YEAH!
(photo: me)

Trick Star  And yet another picture. Suicidal! Peregrine bars look nice on this.
(photo: me)

Trick Styler  My Trick Styler frameset. The mark near the back dropout is where I cracked it. It's fixed.
(photo: me)

Trick Star forks  The forks from the Trick Star. I hated these things. Now I wish I hadn't thrown them out.

Trick Star 2  Trick Star 2
(photo: Mike Nishita)

Trick Star  Trick Star
(photo: David Velasquez)

Pro Street  Pro Street
(photo: David Velasquez)

Pro Star  Pro Star (also says Pro Racer on the frame plus it has a ringed head tube. Older model maybe?)
(photo: David Velasquez)

Trick Star recently gold plated  A gold Trick Star. Not one of the originals. This one was gold plated recently. Say what you want but I think it's cool although I personally wouldn't have used Taiwan parts or a one piece crank.
(photo: Ronnie Fenezia)


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