Coh&Co Copenhagen is founded by Paul Harder Cohen and Mette Walsted Kristiansen, both with backgrounds in product design and engineering bringing a wealth of design, technology, and craftsmanship to every Coh&Co product.
We are a small but growing and dedicated team driving Coh&Co forward every single day.
Our workshop is located in the northern part of Copenhagen. Come visit for a coffee and a ride!
Coh&Co Copenhagen is a Danish bicycle company with a mission to bring new riding experiences, quality and a sustainable mindset to urban cycling.
Our ideals are rooted in the thought that we need to raise the bar on how we experience riding, maintaining and owning our bicycles.
We like to say that we make ”Bicycles For Life”.
Based on carbon and basalt StoneWeave is our groundbreaking, recyclable frame technology – a sustainable and sensible material choice for cycling in an urban environment. The special blend of carbon and stone fibers is not only recyclable, but also makes the bike frame non-corrosive, lightweight, and super durable.
When developing StoneWeave, we discovered a material tough enough to withstand the harsh realities of urban street life whilst naturally excellent at absorbing road vibrations, it was evident that StoneWeave was to be the backbone of our frame design and production here at Coh&Co.
At a time in history where we are struggling to come to terms with the environmental consequences of our civilization and balance the impact of our lifestyles, CO2 footprint has become the subject of popular discussion. Unfortunately, the truth behind CO2 footprints is really a question of juggling numbers, and the old proverb “figures don’t lie but liars do figure” really does seem to fit the constant debate about what material technologies are appropriate in a world in need of reducing its CO2 footprint. Maybe the truth of the matter is that this is really a complicated subject and it requires a humble and sincere approach to do things better than we as an industry has done them before.
At Coh&Co we focus on three primary aspects of our product lifecycle for improving our environmental footprint; Materials, Logistics, and Product lifecycle footprints.