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#1 2009-11-15 8:33am

nvmyslowride
BMXer 4 Life
From: Moline, IL
Registered: 2009-09-20
Posts: 5565
Bikes: 57

1996 Hyper Metro

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1996 Hyper Metro

ONE OF OUR GIVE AWAY BIKES

1996 HYPER METRO NOS F/F. SUN RINGLE RIMS, SINZ BRAKES, IRC TIRES, PERIGRINE NOS SEAT POST, DK SEAT AND BARS, SK CLAMP. VP PEDALS.

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#2 2011-12-30 11:51am

bblizard
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From: Canton - Dedham - Harwich, MA
Registered: 2011-05-24
Posts: 850
Bikes: 3

Re: 1996 Hyper Metro

like to see it!


What is and what should never be!

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#3 2018-03-19 7:00pm

Samkess
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Registered: 2018-03-19
Posts: 4

Re: 1996 Hyper Metro

I picked up a Complete 1996 Hyper Duster Pro at a yard sale in PA. It looks identical to the metro. The SN starts with a TI 96. Can’t seem to find anything on that model except for when I called Hyper. Spoke with Clay. He designed the bike and stated that only a few hundred were made in a transition time period using the same plant with Titan. That is why the TI exist in the series number. How do I determine the value on a bike like this with no real info on it. Any help would be appreciated

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