KOGA Kimera Pro vs Shinola The Detroit Arrow

Compare Specifications of KOGA Kimera Pro and Shinola The Detroit Arrow

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KOGA Kimera Pro
KOGA Kimera Pro

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Shinola The Detroit Arrow
Shinola The Detroit Arrow

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Technical Specifications
Frame -- True Temper double-butted CroMo, custom tubing configurations, Shinola custom laser cut dropouts, rack and fender eyelets
Stem Integrated with handlebar Black alloy, 1 1/8", +/7º rise
Handle Bar Guee Black alloy, 40º bend, 55 mm rise, 580 mm width, 25.4 mm clamp
Fork Full carbon Double-butted CroMo, Shinola custom cast fork crown, rack and fender eyelets
Seatpost 27.2 mm KOGA Black alloy, 27.2 mm x 350 mm
Grip -- Cork, 127 mm
Crankset Shimano Black alloy, 38T ring
Chain -- 1/2" x 1/8"
Shifters Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 --
Gear 22 --
Saddle Selle San Marco Shinola black leather, silver rails and rivets
Headset -- Black alloy, 1 1/8"
Hub Front -- Black alloy, 32º, bolt-on
Hub Rear -- Black alloy, 32º, bolt-on, one-speed freewheel
Spoke -- DT Swiss Champion, 14g, stainless
Cassette Shimano R9100 11-28 --
Bottom Bracket Press Fit Square taper, 113 mm
Stand -- kickstand
Tyres
Front Continental Clincher tubeless ready GP5000 Continental Contact Reflex, 700 x 32C, w/reflective strip
Rear Continental Clincher tubeless ready GP5000 Continental Contact Reflex, 700 x 32C, w/reflective strip
Wheel / RIM DT Swiss PRC 1400 Spline 35 Sun CR-18, 32º, one-eyelet, Presta valve, black with machined side-wall
Brakes
Front Shimano Hydraulic disc brake, Dura Ace Black Tektro long-reach
Rear Shimano Hydraulic disc brake, Dura Ace Di2 R9100 Black Tektro long-reach
Brake Lever -- Black Tektro, 4-finger
Suspension
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Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors Chrome Red / White Black
Olive
White


Physical Specs
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Weight 6.9 kg --
Overview
Features - Integrated Cables
- Tapered Head Tube
- Carbon Dropouts
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Additional Details Frame sizes men's model : 54, 56, 58, 60 Bell, fenders and chain guard

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