Made in England Lee Cooper

Lee Cooper from Coventry has been building bicycle frames since 1984 so it’s safe to assume he knows a thing or two about it. Building for the trade he has spent many years working on every type of bike frame. In his early career it was mainly road, touring and the occasional mountain bike frame. After the company he worked for closed the factory he setup L.A.Cycles with a co-worker and spent over 10 years building tandems and Audax frames.

Sadly the bicycle company they had been building for decided to move production to the far east so he moved all the tools and equipment into his garage to setup on his own. Lee still builds frames mostly for the trade but will also take on custom orders. His experience is vast, so is his expertise.

Push projects visited Lee Cooper Cycle Frames for their book Made in England which you can pre-order here.  The first 400 orders will receive a limited edition portrait photo with your personal signed copy.

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