Coker Monster Cruiser 2003 Cruiser Bike

4/5 (4 Reviews)
MSRP : $599.00


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by nert a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: March 24, 2010

Strengths:    Big wheels mean longer distance with fewer pedals.
Gear ratio very good. Tough hills may require standing up, but who cares?
EVERYONE takes notice when you ride this and the fun factor is second to none.


Weaknesses:    Might be too big for some people. They did a great job of engineering it for regular size people, but it's a slightly different ride. I'm 6'2"

Bottom Line:   
Bought on of the first ones from Coker Tire. Had it for well over 10 years now. Great bike, Well made for the price (equally as good as any Schwinn). Ride it everywhere around the beach area I live in and paint looks as good as when I bought it.

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Favorite Ride:   Monster Cruiser

Price Paid:    $699.00

Purchased At:   Coker Tire

Similar Products Used:   Regular sized bikes.

Bike Setup:   As easy as any bike I've assembled,


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by MunkeeHucker a Commuter

Date Reviewed: February 25, 2009

Strengths:    just so way cool

Weaknesses:    ultra heavy

Bottom Line:   
Wow this bike is still freaking huge, its heavy and slow but still fun to ride

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Favorite Ride:   today

Price Paid:    $340.00

Purchased At:   community bicycles

Similar Products Used:   Specialized fatboy, Trek Madone 5.5

Bike Setup:   stock


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Ken Huff a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: April 28, 2007

Strengths:    fun, makes me feel like a kid again.

Weaknesses:    I'd be nice if someone could build a bike like this with top notch components, but it'd be too expensive and marketability would be vertually non-existant.

Bottom Line:   
I wanted a Coker Monster cruiser after I saw it for the first time. I found a display model at a Colo Spgs bike shop and they were happy to unload it. It had been at their shop long enough for the tires to show early dry rot. The only change I made was taking of the very short cranks and small chainring and replacing them with 180's and a bigger chainring. Then I could really get that Monster up and crusing. I live in the mountains of Colorado and usually ride in areas where there is a lot of elevation to be gained. If I lived anywhere near a beach, I'd still have my monster cruiser. Heck, If I had an extra garage, I'd still have it. Loads of fun. Loads of fun.

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Favorite Ride:   Barr Trail

Price Paid:    $325.00

Purchased At:   Criterium bikes

Similar Products Used:   there's nothing like it

Bike Setup:   as mentioned in summary


Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Bocephus Jones a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: November 11, 2004

Strengths:    Unique...nothing like it.

Weaknesses:    Cheap quality. Heavy.

Bottom Line:   
Unique bike. 36" wheels. VERY heavy and poor quality overall though. Buy this one at a steep discount and for the novelty factor only. Had problems with the original hub I got and Coker was great about replacing it ASAP. Also both wheels I got were terribly out of true, but I was able to true them using a crescent wrench (oversized nipples). Great company to deal with, but I wish they'd have used a little better quality hubs and quality control on the bike.

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Price Paid:    $350.00

Purchased At:   Ebay via Coker




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Cooper (and others)...ideas to mod a Monster Cruiser?

Just rebuilt the hub so I think that's working OK now, but what next for the monster? Ideas? With those 36" wheels I could do some wacky stuff....:cool:Read More »

Wanted: Coker Monster CRUISER

Anyone know of a used (but not abused) Coker Men's Monster Cruiser? I just want to "feel like a kid again"..... Thanks Marc in Idaho PS Someone tell me if this isn't the proper forum for this post...Read More »

Anybody ridden a Monster Cruiser?

Saw one of these chained in front of Home Depot recently, and I've been slapping at my wallet ever since. Don't need another bike; got nowhere to keep it; it's useless and it weighs 72 pounds(!), but I sort of want one. I see myself moving to Hawaii and riding it along the hard sand.... [url]ht ... Read More »

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