Today’s bike of the day is another BMX treat from Trevor Hoeckele. This one is a survivor 1985 Hutch Hollywood. Trevor got the classic frame cleaned up but kept the original paint, scuffs and all. We usually post bikes in immaculate condition but I thought that was a cool way to restore this build. The clean polished new parts with the paint damaged look is a nice contrast.
“Here’s my build. 1985 Hutch Hollywood. Bought it as a survivor from a neighborhood childhood friend. This is the bike I wanted as a kid. When I got it, it was complete but with some roached out OG parts. I want to ride it so I upgraded the drivetrain with modern parts keeping it retro themed. Hope you like it.” ~Trevor Hoeckele
Frame: 1985 original paint Hutch Hollywood frame and fork. Citric acid soaked and scrubbed to remove all th e surface rust.
Cranks: Profile Retro Box cranks 175mm.
Pedals: MKS Grafite pedals.
Hubs: TNT first gen hubs laced to Sun Ryno Lite chrome hoops.
Chain Wheel: Rennen with Infinity bolts.
Chain: Izumi nickel.
Seat Clamp: Hutch donut
Stem: OG Hutch deep H
Handlebars: OG Hutch Pro Bars
Seat Post: Rare Baby Blue Hutch OG
Brakes: 1985 chrome DiaCompe MX 901 with Tech 4 lever.
Brake Shoes: White Vans brake shoes.
Grips: White Hutch grips.
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