State Bicycle Co Introduces the 4130 All-Road Bike While Supporting #25MilesForJustice

We’ve known the folks at State Bicycle Co for a while now, after having reviewed their 4130 Core Line fixed gear bike back in 2018.  State is known for making high quality bikes that are accessible and affordable.  The introduction of the 4130 All-Road is no exception.  Starting at $799.99, you get a gravel bike with an impressive set of features.

The 4130 All-Road is State Bicycle Co’s most versatile bike ever.  It’s a do-it-all gravel bike that blends all of State’s abilities into the most capable and value-packed bikes on the market.  With the All-Road, you have an 11-speed drivetrain, the option to choose between speedy 700c wheels and rugged 650b wheels, and it has a ton of accessory mounts.  The All-Road looks to be an awesome bike, whether you’re commuting, touring, or riding on gravel.

The All-Road’s frame is made out of 4130 Chromoly steel, which is durable yet flexible on dirt.  The frame’s geometry is designed to be comfortable after long rides and it comes in two colors and four sizes.  The colors are Pigeon Grey and Sonoran Tan.  What’s neat about the 4130 All-Road is you can swap between 700c wheels and 650b wheels, making it an excellent all-around bike.  You can even order the bike with two sets of wheels, tires, tubes, rotors, and cassettes for an additional $349.99.

State Bicycle Co is aware of the current state of the nation and is consciously announcing their new bike at this time because they’ve received an influx of presales and emails about when a new bike will be available for purchase.  State feels that they’re supporting the cycling community while also using their platform to help amplify the #25MilesForJustice campaign.  The campaign, started by cyclist Garnett Whitmire, urges bicyclists to log 25 miles in memory of George Floyd while also donating to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.  Here’s a telling quote from State Bicycle Co co-founder, Medhi Farsi:

Supporting our community can take multiple forms, and for us, it always comes back to the bicycle. We will continue working to represent the diversity within the cycling community and using our space to lift voices other than our own.

Check out the full list of 4130 All-Road specs:

  • 4130 Chromoly Steel Frame and Fork, 12×100/12×142 thru-axles
  • Pigeon Gray or Desert Tan Colorways
  • 4 sizes- XS-Lg to fit riders from 5’1” to 6’5”
  • Two Wheel Set Options:
    • Tubeless Capable 700c Wheel Set w/  38mm Panaracer Gravel King tires
    • Tubeless Capable 650b Wheel Set w/  1.9” Panaracer Gravel King SK tires
    • $349 BOTH option: Get both above wheels w/ addition tires, tubes, cassette, and rotors. Everything you need to switch back and forth in minutes!
  • Bars- Custom State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1
  • Brakes- Promax DSK-300R Flat Mount disc
  • Drivetrain- State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 (1×11 Drive Train)
    • Crank – State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 (42t)
    • Cassette – 11-42t
  • All Road Collection MSRPs:
    • $799.99 – Sonoran Tan or Pigeon Gray
    • Add BOTH: fully equipped 700c and 650b wheels for $349.99
    • $369.99 Frameset in Sonoran Tan or Pigeon Gray
    • $299.99 700c or 650b wheelset only
    • $349.99 1×11 All-Road Group Set
    • $149.99 All-Road 1x Crankset
    • $29.99 All-Road 1 Bars
    • $34.99 All-Road Saddle

We can’t wait to bring you a full hands-on review of the 4130 All-Road, but until then, check them out on State Bicycle Co’s website, where you can buy yours starting at $799.

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Perry Brauner
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