The Cooper Monaco is a seriously fast urban commuter bike.

11 speed High Flyer


The Cooper Monaco is the commuter bike ready for long miles. Named after the famous circuit in Monte Carlo, where Cooper F1 cars won 3 Grand Prix in 1958, 1960 and 1962. Those glorious wins, celebrated by the launch of the Cooper Monaco sports car in 1961.

The Cooper Car Company was known for modern technology and development, creating the 'Rear engine revolution' 

The same is true for the new Cooper Monaco, being the first Cooper bike to use disc brakes for the best all-weather stopping. The Cooper Monaco has the disc brake mounted inside the rear stays allowing for full length standard fit mud guards and optional racks to be fitted. The Monaco keeps all the clean lines of our other models, but has eleven internal gears and disc brakes. 

The Cooper Monaco frame combines the relaxed geometry angles and easy handling characteristics of urban mountain and touring bikes. The frame is compact for an upright ride and has a sloping top tube for comfort of getting on and off. The fork has been matched to this frame with a longer rake, resulting in stability and manoeuvrability.  

This bike handles long miles, large loads and the commute home at the end of a long day. With drop handle bars, disc brakes and Shimano 11-speed alfine transmission, the Monaco  is ready for both the commuter and occasional tourer.

The new Almond Green colour matches perfectly with the polished alloy components.

The Steel Reynolds 520 frame (double butted) gives a strong yet comfortable ride. Brooks Swallow saddle and leather bar tape add character and personality with each ride. As with all our bikes, our headbadge sets off the bike’s high-quality finish.

If you want a stylish, low-maintenance bike that will carry on during the worst weather conditions, do it in style with a Cooper bike.

Spec & Features +

FRAME:
FRAME
Cooper T400 700C Reynolds 520 Cr Mo Steel frame - TIG welded
SIZES
S=51cm / M=54cm / L=57cm
COLOUR
Almond Green
WEIGHT
12.8 Kg
BRAKES:
CALIPERS
SRAM DB-BLBG-7R-A1 brake callipers with SRAM brake rotors + KCNC adaptor
LEVERS
Sussex VRS, Versa levers with shifter
STEERING:
HEADSET
FSA Orbit x 1-11/8"
STEM
Ritchey WCS Classic, length 90mm angle 84 Degree
HANDLEBARS
Cooper Mirabeau alloy polished with Cooper logo
GRIPS
Brooks black leather bar tape
SADDLE:
SADDLE
Brooks B15 Swallow in black with chrome rail
SEATPOST
Promax SP-222, 6061 Alloy 27.2mm x 350mm
DRIVE:
CHAINRING
Cooper design Andel with intergrated chain guard
CRANKSET
Andel RSC7-7171AW
CHAIN
Shimano Super narrow
PEDALS
VP-468 composite alloy
BOTTOM BRACKET
TH BB-7420-ST
CASSETTE
WHEELS:
RIMS
Alex XD-Lite ,polished
TYRES
Continental 700 x 32C ,32-622
FRONT HUB
Shimano
REAR HUB
Shimano Alfine11 speed internal hub

Geometry +

MODEL / FRAME SIZE
51
54
57
HEAD ANGLE TO TOP TUBE
81.72°
79.19°
77.71°
SEAT POST ANGLE TO TOP TUBE
84.72°
82.19°
80.71°
TOP TUBE LENGTH
54.18cm
56.19cm
58.92cm
SEAT TUBE LENGTH
51cm
54cm
57cm
STAND-OVER HEIGHT
79cm
81cm
83cm


Please note bike specification may be subject to change.
TOP TUBE LENGTH
= Head tube to seat tube (centre - centre)
SEAT TUBE LENGTH
= Centre bottom bracket to top of seat tube
STAND-OVER HEIGHT
= Floor to top of top tube

Size Chart +

MODEL / FRAME SIZE
51
54
57

HEIGHT
28” to 32”
31” to 34”
34” +

INSIDE LEG
28” to 32”
31” to 34”
34” +


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Cooper bikes heritage

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.

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