State All-Road
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  • Great for the indecisive rider
  • Aluminum frame and carbon fork1 x 11-speed drivetrain

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State All-Road delivers SRAM XPLR AXS bikes under $2k, CORE line gets new colors
State Bicycle Co. has rolled out the latest renditions of its popular all-road 4130 and 6061 Black Label bikes that, in a first for the brand, feature wireless shifting.
The SRAM AXS XPLR groups marks another step for State in the direction of higher-end options that cater to riders of more varied ...
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PNW Gravel
First ride on my new State All Road, I love the bike but a smaller chainring is at the top of the to do list followed by riser bars and something to replace my fanny pack.
Snowy, muddy rides in Longmont, CO.
Really enjoying the State All Road. The 650bX2.1 Barzos love the snow and muddy gravel.
Beginner Gravel Bike Suggestions
If I did it all over again I'd either do the same thing, or get something like the State All-Road with both wheelsets (an on-road focused 700c and an off-road focused 650b). Then swap the wheels as needed instead of having two separate bikes.
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RedGobboRebel
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Moving to the city. Any good urban commuter bikes I could buy or build for ~$1000?
State bicycles 4130 All Road or Poseidon X / Redwood. Absolute best bang for the buck. Poseidon X has a flat bar version as well. These are gravel bikes - Id say the perfect bike for commuting.
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fears_escalators
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Bike Suggestions for a Fat Bastard
I have three of them and the one I recommend the most is State Bicycle All-Road 4130 in a size Large. It’s one of the most affordable gravel bikes on the market and has a lot of higher features on a small budget. Big guys like us need to get some weight off our bums and also need a lot of hand positions. Wide, tubeless slick tires are the way to go for roads.
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First proper ride with State 4130 All-Road
After a few dozen city miles I took out the new State All-Road (w/gravel fork) for 50 miles on some of Ohio's best gravel, caught Fall in the nick of time too. Anybody replaced their stock breaks? They're ok, but more "slow ya down" than "stop ya fast" kind of thing. Other than that, the thing seems like a beast with the 650s on.
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Jacksontibeteverett
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Saved for months for a State 4130 in Hunter Green, really disappointed so far with quality
It’s the same stuff. I have a Topstone 105 and a Poseidon Redwood and I am very pleased with the budget State All-Road 4130. It’s a great bike for the price. I say it’s the best sub-$1,000 gravel bike on the US market.
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fears_escalators
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This Is the Versatile and Affordable Drop-Bar Bike You’ve Been Waiting For
The Takeaway: The All-Road can conceivably tackle anything you’d care to undertake with a drop-bar bike. Aluminum frame and carbon fork1 x 11-speed drivetrainCan be outfitted with either 700c or 650b wheelsPrice: $1,400Weight: 22.5 lb. (M)BUY NOW MORE IMAGESState Bicycle Co. hit a sweet spot of affo...
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2 months ago
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NBD this thing gonna help me w/ my weight loss goals
I was looking at this bike, but went with the state All-road, which should be here soon. Looks really good.
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Maxwell_Murder999
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Specs

Fork

4130 Chromoly Steel; 1 1/8 threadless steerer

Wheels

Aluminum Wheel Set (650b / 700c)

Chain

YBN 11 Speed

Brakes

Promax DSK-300R Flat Mount (Mechanical)