PRO RAIDER: The Hutch Pro Raider comes complete and ready to race. Its components consist of: Hutch chrome plated chromoly frame,Hutch chrome plated chromoly fork with hole for front brake,Tioga AW-27 C.P.headset,Hutch chrome plated handlebar,SR 422 black/silver stem,Hutch black grips,Hutch chrome plated seat post,Hutch alloy type black seat clamp,Hutch black aero with Hutch name seat,MX-1000 type chrome front and rear with tech III levers brake set,Takagi-alloy 43T black chainwheel,Tioga BB-22 U.C.P. 24T BB set,Takagi chromoly one-piece 175mm 24T cranks,Hutch new force connection black alloy spider,Shimano DX 16T chromoly freewheel,1/2''x1/8'' black/silver chain,DX type black with chromoly spindle pedals,Suzue small flange alloy black hubs,14 Gauge UPC spokes,Sumo 7X type buff/silver rims,Comp.III type black front 20x2.125 rear 20x1.75 tires,20x1.75 with American type valve tubes,Hutch black velcro type pads,reflectors and chainguard to meet CPSC.
WIND STYLER: 1985,the latest member of the Hutch Freestyle Team:The Wind Styler. A trick bike that archives lightness and maneuverability without tradeoffs in control or stability. The Wind Styler has platforms under the seat,on the rear chainstays,and on the front pegs that let you explore your creativity to its raddest.
TRICK STYLER: 1988.Extra!Extra! Hutch is back. They are proving it by once again sponsoring freestyle riders ((Rick Allison,Chris Potts and Gregg Macomber) and by producing this limited edition Trick Styler. The Styler sports a pearlcent pearl paint job on the top of full-chromoly frame and forks. The frame has a large standing platform,and the forks have dual peg possitions for you to get creative with. The rest of the bike,excluding the Odyssey Gyro,is all Hutched out. It has everything from the classic Hutch stem,pedals and seat clamp to the Hi-Caliber seat,headset and rims. But wait,that's not even the best part of the bike. Can you believe that the stem clamp and bolts,seatpost clamp and spokes are all 24K gold plated? Well,it's true! Price $499. The same bike costed in 1990 $695. Also,you could buy the frame and fork set as a Trick Star II.
$EXEL: 1988,a killer freestyle machine with everything you need to style. More Bike for you Buck!
$JET: 1988,a hot bike for a cool price! With a freestyle rotor,Hutch freestyle bars,nylon mags,pegs,and freestyle tires. Availablei in 20'' and 16'',both with same components.
$PRO STREET: Race or freestyle,this bike does it all! Removeable wheel discs look cool and cut wind. If you're low on bucks,but want a brand name bike,the Pro Street is for you. Dollar for dollar,it blows away anything you could get at a department store,for about the same price! Why buy a No Name bike when you could have a Hutch! Pic 1985 Pro Street model.
$XR-1: Race ready BMX bike. MX 901 brakes,175 1-piece cranks,Hi-Caliber seat,7X type wheels (36 spokes),pad set included. Available in 20'',16'' and 12'' version.