The Cooper Kyalami urban commuter bike with overdrive.
The Cooper Kyalami is the urban commuter bike with overdrive. Named after the Kyalami race Circuit in South Africa where Cooper’s won their final F1 Grand Prix in 1967, the Kyalami has all the clean lines of our 'award winning' T100 but with the added bonus of an extra gear.
Around town single speeds often rule. One gear means less weight, less hassle and cleaner lines. But there are times you need one more gear. The Cooper Kyalami maintains the clean lines of our single speed T100s but offers you that extra oomph. The Sturmey Archer S2 kick shift is fun to use and eliminates the need for fiddling with extra shifters.
The new 'Surf Blue' frame with unique Cooper Track handlebars combined with matching Brooks leather grips and Brooks Swallow saddle make this a beautiful machine.
The Steel Reynolds 520 frame (double butted for all your steel lovers out there) is stiff and light. Its compact geometry is perfect for urban riding. The smooth ride is provided by the Alex R475 rims (in a no nonsense matt black finish) with the ultra responsive Continental Tyres. As for stopping power the Tektro brakes won’t let you down. The bike comes with standard fit alloy mudguards ( can be removed for summer riding ) The frame’s exceptional finish is topped off with the intricate Cooper headbadge.
Spec & Features +
- Cooper T100 Reynolds 520
- S=52cm / M=57cm / L=61cm
- Surf Blue
- 10.75 kg
- Tektro R525
- Tektro FL-750 forged aluminium lever and bracket
- Forged alloy A head
- Cooper flat bars
- Brooks Black Leather Slender Grips
- Brooks B15 Swallow in black with chrome rail
- Alloy silver single bolt fixing
- 42T 7075 anodised alloy CNC machined
- Sturmey Archer FCT22 6061 polished forged alloy 165mm crank arm. Square taper
- KMC Z510 HX 1/8" x 1/2"
- VP 468 High polish silver alloy
- BOTTOM BRACKET
- SA BBS15
- Alex 475
- Continental Ultra Sport 700 x 28c
- FRONT HUB
- Formula TH 50
- REAR HUB
- Sturmey Archer 2 Speed Kick shift
Size Chart +
5‘.6” to 6’.1”
31” to 34”
For indication purposes only
Cooper bikes are aptly named after racing circuits the company has seen victory on, the first models Monza & Sebring are where Cooper won the F1 Championship in 1959.
Our classic British waxed cotton satchel
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