Plus one wrote:
Thanks for sharing .. I'm no Ron Cooper expert but I'm not sure if what you have is a Ron Cooper ??
Hopefully someone with way more knowledge than me can confirm
when I first saw the bike, I wasn't sure either. all I had was the 'C' on the headtube. and while the test ride felt good it was only around the parking lot and the bike was built up as a fixie. I have since showed it to Tony at A Bicycle Odyssey and he remembered the bike coming through the shop (Tony has met Ron several times and the exclusive distributor in the bay area for his frames...he still had a two of his frames hanging around...he's also digging around for a Cooper fork). and I also found this post: http://www.lfgss.com/thread90080.html
and found a few more photos of this bike, here is a shot of the wishbone stay. a riding buddy also remembers riding with a woman that had a Cooper with the same seatstay. bottom line, the ride is amazing!