Hutch Hi-Performance BMX Products
After many years of hard work from the new owners, the legendary Hutch BMX brand is back. It is fair to say Hutch invented "high end" BMX products in the 1980's with every kid aspiring to own one. Hutch was one of the first American companies to offer a complete product line outside of frames & forks as they went on to produce a number of ground-breaking products including the Beartrap pedals, Aerospeed cranks, Ladder bars, Donut seatclamp and 2in1 headlock.
While the new Pro Racer frame and fork takes all the visual cue's from the original (looptail, Hutch brake bridge, etc) it is made to be raced. With modern geometry, V-brake mounts, a neat Tange MX-125 inspired Integrated headtube and a choice of 20.5", 21 or 21.5" toptube lengths it ticks all the boxes. RRP is £425.00.
Tabletop's Alan Woods said:
I flew out to meet with Hutch's new owners in Wisconsin back in April and have to say it couldn't be in better hands. It's taken a heck of a lot to get everything to come together for this brand to exist again. While the line acknolweges it's roots, the brand is also relevant for the modern market and we look forward to taking this brand into the future.
Kashimax was one of the best known BMX brands in the 1980's and their saddles were OEM on many bikes. Made to highest standard still in Japan these will appeal to the fixed wheel crowd as well as the large number of BMX restorer's here in the UK. The BMX Aero is right up there as a BMX icon along with Araya rims, Shimano DX pedals and Comp III tyres.
New and existing accounts are encouraged to get in touch now via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01942 244999 for the new price list.