Batavus Tuesday vs Shinola The Runwell

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Batavus Tuesday
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Technical Specifications
Frame Aluminium Custom Shinola Lugs, True Temper double-butted CroMo, custom tubing configurations, Shinola custom laser-cut dropouts, Internal brake and gear routing, rack and fender eyelets
Stem Adjustable with tools Polished alloy, 1 1/8" +/- 6º rise
Handle Bar -- Shinola Alloy, 55º backsweep, 580 mm width, 25.4 mm clamp
Fork Fixed Double-butted CroMo, Shinola custom cast fork crown, rack and fender eyelets
Seatpost Fixed Polished alloy, 27.2 mm x 350 mm
Grip -- Shinola leather w/alloy grip clamps, 13 mm
Crankset -- FSA, F. Gimondi, 44T ring
Chain -- Shimano, 1/2" x 3/32"
Shifters -- Shimano Alfine Rapidfire-Plus 11-speed
Saddle Selle Royal Shinola leather, silver rails and rivets
Headset -- Polished alloy, 1 1/8"
Hub Front -- Shimano Alfine 11-speed disc
Hub Rear -- Shimano disc front, 32º, bolt-on
Spoke -- DT Swiss Champion, 14g, stainless
Bottom Bracket -- Shimano, cartridge, square taper
Stand -- kickstand
Headlamp Batavus Vizi with daytime running lights --
Taillamp Batavus Vizi --
Tyres
Front -- Continental Contact Reflex, 700 x 32C, w/reflective strip
Rear -- Continental Contact Reflex, 700 x 32C, w/reflective strip
Wheel / RIM Spoke Sun CR-18, 32º, one-eyelet, Presta valve, polished silver
Brakes
Front Hydraulic disc brake Shimano mechanical disc w/16 mm rotors
Rear Hydraulic disc brake Shimano mechanical disc w/16 mm rotors
Brake Lever -- Shimano levers
Suspension
Front -- --
Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors Green matt
Black matt
Burnt Orange
Regatta Blue


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight 17.2 kg --
Overview
Features - Light and very manoeuvrable bike with sporty handling
- Sporty frame with straight front fork and wheels with high rims to move quickly through traffic
- Equipped with new dynamic daytime running lights that are connected to the hub dynamo and are always on
- Set your ideal seating position with the adjustable stem
- The suspension fork and seat post give you the necessary comfort during your ride
- Powerful hydraulic disc brakes ensure that you come to a stop safely and quickly
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Additional Details Frame sizes : 48, 53, 57, 61
Dynamo : Hub dynamo
Number of gears : 8
Gear location : Hub gear
Luggage rack : Aluminum, MIK compatible
Gear type : Nexus
Key lock : AXA ring lock suitable for plug-in cable
Stand : One-legged stand
COG : Shimano Nexus, 20T
Bell, fenders and chain guard

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