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Hutch introduces the XL26

7 11 2016

Ready to relive the glory days of “The Coca Cola Cowboy” Toby Henderson?

If so, you’re in luck.

toby-henderson-bmxa

Hutch dropped the news this past weekend that their new 26″ cruiser frame kit, the XL26, is now available in limited quantities on the HutchBMX.com website.

All chrome-plated (and all full cro-mo) the frame features the following specs:

  • 22.2″ top tube
  • 73 degree head tube
  • 71 degree seat tube
  • 17.1″ chain stay
  • 13″ standover height
  • 12″ bottom bracket height.

The frame is also paired with just about every other Hutch part you need to build it up (sans wheels).

We’re talking a heckuva lot of bling-y chrome…as you can see by the picture below:

hutch-xl26And that looptail…swoon.

Don’t sleep on this though…they only made 25 kits available, so they’re probably going to go quick.

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Factory hot shots: Bottema & Henderson

21 11 2013

I can stare at early 80s-era BMX magazine photos like this all day long.

Back in the day I used to dream of getting the full-factory ride like all the legends that filled the pages of BMX Action and BMX Plus.

Two of the “factory hot shots” of the time were Jeff Bottema and Toby Henderson.

jeff bottema toby henderson 83Here they are, looking as factory as can be, getting some serious boost and tucking in behind the seat for extra style points.

Classic BMX goodness.