Shinola Limited Edition Detroit Arrow

Mar 18, 2015

Category: Rides

Shinola, pride of Motor City, is taking aim at the utilitarian urban bicycle rider with its first single speed offering, the Detroit Arrow, a limited-edition nickel-plated beauty.

Hand assembled in Detroit and available for both men and women, the Arrow has a lightweight, strong TIG-welded TrueTemper frame and fork designs using double-butted cro-moly steel, which comes exclusively from Waterford Precision Cycles in Wisconsin. Other highlights include a leather saddle, cork grips, fenders, chain guard and bell, and an anti-corrosive mirrored finish which will look great and weather plenty of bus exhaust fumes in the big city. The Shinola Detroit Arrow starts at $1,000, but it should also be noted that buyers get welcomed into The Foundry, Shinola’s exclusive members club. [Purchase]

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