The Cooper E shoot in London

For the launch of our first ever E-Bike we shot our two bikes in a cold London.

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The route started in Shoreditch with our photographer Ross carted around in a cargo bike on a route that took us to the South Bank and finished on a clear afternoon at the picturesque Primrose Hill. In between, we stopped off for a coffee at Soho Bikes. Sadly Soho bikes is no longer open but you can follow founder Nick here, who will hopefully be opening somewhere equally brilliant soon.

The two riders, Siebren and Andy, are friends of the brand and were kitted out in some of the latest Mission Workshop kit from the pop up that was open in London at the time.

Name: Siebren Mills

Job Title: Digital Marketing Manager at Rapha

What do you do for work: Ride bikes and manage hashtags at Rapha. GIF guru, meme master and digital domestique.

What do you do for fun: Member of St Margarets Cycling Club and often found in search of more bikes, cakes and the next place to ride.

How did you find the Mission Workshop gear you wore on the shoot?: The Mission Jeans were a great combination of tech and style, classic and comfortable both on and off the bike.


Siebren wore: Rapha Helmet, Mission Workshop denim jacket, Mission workshop jeans, Mission workshop jumper.

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Name: Andy Nunn

Job Title: Director Buzzbike

What do you do for work: I’m one of the founders and look everything that’s either internal or bike focused - from bike design to managing our riders.

Tell us something about you: I qualified to represent Team GB at the World Amateur Road race champs

How did you find the Mission Workshop gear you wore on the shoot?: he Mission worksop gear was the perfect blend of style and performance geared at urban riding. The Mission Wax Jacket coped with the battering London streets and weather give out with ease


Andy wore: Rapha Helmet, Mission Workshop wax jacket, Mission Workshop jeans, Mission Workshop Sanction Rucksack.

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