Cooper T100 Sebring 2010?

Goldie

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Buy it, post many many photos. I absolutely love the way they look. You'll be saving me £500...:tongue:
 

djb1971

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Genesis Day One Cross. It's a nice steel ride with steel forks.

You can add 23s and full guards for the crap weather and stick nobblies on if you fancy getting dirty. I sold my Langster and replaced it with one :smile:

It's also a change from red/black/white bikes!


built better than a langster too! If you don't need guards look at the Flyer.
 

threebikesmcginty

Corn Fed Hick...
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...on the slake
If it's just porn you're after it's this one surely ... :sad:

 
mickle said:
John Cooper is spinning in his grave btw.
Don't think he would be. I bought my Mini from John Cooper Garages, and got it serviced there. I never met John himself, unfortunately, but I did meet Mike a few times, and, even though I didn't really ride at the time, I did get talking bikes with him. He says his dad was into anything that had wheels and raced, including bikes. Though he did prefer engines.
 
clarion said:
Don't think he would be. I bought my Mini from John Cooper Garages, and got it serviced there. I never met John himself, unfortunately, but I did meet Mike a few times, and, even though I didn't really ride at the time, I did get talking bikes with him. He says his dad was into anything that had wheels and raced, including bikes. Though he did prefer engines.
I wasn't suggesting that he would be upset to see his name on a bicycle. Just that bicycle. Cooper was a brilliant innovative engineer. There's nothing wrong with it but you can't escape from the fact that it's a bandwagon fixie, a badge engineered far-east manufactured run-of-the-mill generic frame-set hung with some perfectly serviceable but rather average parts.
 
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