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 & 1962. The Cooper Monaco is the first Cooper bike to use disc brakes for the best all-weather stopping. It's disc brakes are mounted inside the rear stays allowing for full length mud guards and racks to be fitted. The Monaco keeps all the clean lines of our other models, but has eleven internal gears and disc brakes. (Image below)

The Cooper Revival 11 is the ultimate steel touring bike inspired by classic lightweight racing bikes of the sixties and combines timeless styling with the latest materials and technology. The Revival 11 celebrates the history and heritage of Cooper. The lugged & brazed frame uses Reynolds 853 steel tubing ensuring light weight, strength & durability. Using the beautiful Campagnolo group set, with 22 speed derailleur, these match perfectly with the classic frame design. (Image below)

The Cooper Casablanca, named after the Casablanca Race Circuit in Morocco where Cooper's F1 cars raced in 1959, is the bike ready for city commuting. This bike's handling & design will make your commute home at the end of a long day a pleasure. With flat bars, disc brakes and shimano 8 - speed Alfine transmission, take your Casablanca to work, or on the occasional tour. It's the first Cooper model to use Shimano 8 - speed Alfine hub with disc brakes for the best all weather stopping. The Casablanca has the disc brake mounted inside the rear stays allowing for full length mud guards and racks to be fitted. (Image coming soon).

Cooper Monaco
Revival 11