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1990 MCS Magnum Pro

#1 2018-01-13 6:38pm

mistyk1
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1990 MCS Magnum Pro

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1990 MCS Magnum Pro

Magnum Pro

90 MCS Magnum Pro. Grabbed the frame, fork, pads, and seat post from a member. Nice ride and light weight. Its the little brother to my 24".


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#2 2018-01-13 7:17pm

84mach1
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Re: 1990 MCS Magnum Pro

I like how the 20" MCS bikes still retained an old school look though it's more "mid school." I stopped paying attention to BMX bikes in '88, when I was in 8th grade, so I didn't know how they were evolving. Then in '97, '98 when I was 21, 22 I saw the current BMX 20" bikes. They were lighter, much stronger, and rode much better but they lacked the looks of the old school bikes. I guess you can never go back home.big_smile

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#3 2020-01-20 5:12pm

Kraut
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Re: 1990 MCS Magnum Pro

Just bought this bike,thanks for the great price bro!! Will be posting her soon...


I have no respect for the clown that separates frames from forks!!
Unless you broke them,don’t separate,so lame...

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