|1984||Huffy is working on a freestyle bike.|
|1988||Huffy has sold its Raleigh Bicycles division back to Derby International, the company that owned it previously.|
|1996||HUFFY est de retour dans le bicross.||1998||Ride BMX UK april 1998: To replace Jimmy Levan, Huffy have signed up current hot blood Cory Nastazio who was formerly on Bully.
Huffy made some big news when they picked up DK riders Dave Freimuth and Mike Ardelean to be on a summer tour this year. Huffy is also picking up flatlander Aaron Behnke.
|2002||Transworld BMX december 2002: Australia's Corey Bohan showed up at the X Games riding for Huffy. Huffy was helping him out while he was in the States; word is they might be trying to work something out for him with their Australian distributor. In other team news, Huffy has re-signed Randy Stumpfhauser and Cory Nastazio.|
|2004||www.fatbmx.com, october 2004: Rich Vitello is leaving Huffy after more than 7 years of PD and team management. Rich intends to stay within the bike industry and is evaluating his options for the future. When Vitello joined Huffy seven years ago, the company did not have a BMX program and it was making bikes in Ohio. Vitiello developed a line of BMX bikes for specialty retailers and assembled a high-profile BMX team that included Cory Nastasio, Randy Stumpfhauser, Dave Freimuth, Ruben Alcantara among others at some point.|
Scott Toth 1997 - ....
Ruben Alcantara december 1998 - january 2000
Mike Ardelean december 1998 - january 2000
Aaron Behnke december 1998 - janvier 2000
Corey Bohan 2002 - ....
Dave Freimuth december 1998 - january 2001
Mike Laird april 2002 - ....
Jimmy Levan december 1996 - january 1998
Todd Lyons february 1997 - november 2001
Cory Nastazio january 1998 - ....