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Hacheon Park takes us on a spin around his city of Seoul, Korea.
Hacheon Park takes us on a spin around his city of Seoul, Korea.
Watch the champions of the Wolfpack Hustle Unified Title Series 2015
Class up corner-store beer runs with perhaps the first bike designed explicitly to serve as a two-wheeled vessel of scrumptious brews. State Bicycle Company’s Four Peaks X ($579) was born of a collaboration between the Tempe, Arizona-based cycling company and nearby Four Peaks Brewing.
State Bicycle Company, known for their full range of fixed, single, off road and city bikes, won the Team Standings for the 2015 Wolfpack Hustle Unified Title Series.
State Bicycle Co. and Four Peaks Brewing just partnered to build the perfect whip for pub runs and ale transport.
State Bicycle Co. introduces Alex Steadman’s Rider Signature Jersey and Bottle for the month of October. Head over and check out all of SBC’s Rider Signature Series. Much like their bikes, they don’t last forever.
We write about a number of partnerships, whether it is a design firm partnering with a clothing company or a car company partnering with an entertainment event. However, one you don’t often see is a partnership between a brewery and a bike company. That is precisely what Four Peaks and State Bicycle Company have done with their recent Tempe-centric bicycle collaboration.
This definitely has me missing Seoul. The last time I went, it was only for a short weekend-long skate trip. After watching Hacheon Park rip around the city I’m realizing another trip is in order, this time I’ll just have to bring my bike with me.
Hacheon Park takes on the streets of Seoul on his 2015 State Bicycle Co, Undefeated.Hacheon Park says, “I’d like to show Seoul. It’s where I live and it’s only one part of Seoul. I hope people want to come to this city.”
State Bicycle Company in Tempe, Arizona, is known for its appealing yet affordable designs, attention to detail, and hard-riding employees. Those employees' passion is evident in this striking model, which State collaborated with Four Peaks Brewery to develop. The sturdy steel single-speed has a cool retro look (the mustache bars are a nice touch) that would look as appropriate on a tweed ride as a pub crawl.
State Bicycle Co. sponsored rider Hacheon Park featured on The Icon youtube video
As the rest of the country trudges on through winter and its onslaught of rain and snow, the Tempe, Arizona-based State Bicycle Company just released what’s shaping up to be everyone’s next favorite commuter bike. Released as a partnership with the similarly-based Four Peaks Brewing Company, State Bicycle's Deluxe Transporter boasts your run-of-the-mill sturdy steel frame, Mustache handlebars, and chrome spokes and hubs, but features one amazing unique feature: a dedicated beer caddy system.
Four Peaks Brewing & State Bicycle Co. have pulled out all of the stops for this Tempe-centric bicycle collaboration. The Transporter will be the leader of the pack on your next pub ride.
Since then this bike has seen it all, every fixed gear race, every ride, every grocery trip, and its going strong. For me its the perfect bike. I like the oversized tubing, it really stands out in the peloton. The geometry works out well for me in all the tight cornering we tend to see in a lot of the races.
Hot on the heels of the announcement that my beloved local brewery was acquired by Annheuser Busch, and fears that they will start to suck grow, we hear about this awesome collaboration between State Bicycles and Four Peaks Brewery. Turns out this isn’t a new collaboration, so the new overlords may yet ruin the brand, but for now, let’s revel in this very cool bike dedicated to getting you and your sixer or growler home from the pub.
It was a wild success, and we’re building upon that free promotion on Cyber Monday. Instead of bombarding you with online deals you may not want, we’ve partnered with State Bicycle Co. to give you the ultimate online deal: A chance to win a $999 Thunderbird cyclocross bike a $529 Thunderbird cyclocross frameset, or a $100 gift card. You like free? Entering just takes a few seconds, and you’ve got a few options to increase your chances, including a trivia question that changes regularly, so check back each day.
Collabs between breweries are common these sudsy days, but who would have thought about a bike manufacturer getting in on the game? Arizona-based State Bicycle Co. teamed up with its local, award-winning brewery, Four Peaks Brewing Co., for a special bike called The Deluxe. In addition to its eye-catching bespoke paint job, this bike boasts beautifully tanned leather straps to hold a growler and a six pack plus a special front rack capable of carrying even more of your favorite brew (we’ll take a Four Peaks Kilt Lifter). It’s like a rolling party complete with its own bottle opener.
The melding of beer and bikes is not a novel concept, but this new offering State Bicycle Co. and Four Peaks Brewing pushes the proverbial envelop to new heights.
Top-notch, hand-selected parts make up the sleek, yet classic—sometimes retro—fixed bicycles at State Bicycle Co. Though the company sees many international orders, it remains grounded in its community with a brick-and-mortar retail location (2530 N. 7th St.) and partners with a local brewing company for its Four Peaks X State Bicycle Co. Deluxe cruiser model, complete with a growler and six-pack carrier (pictured above).
A match-made in heaven for lovers of great beer & bikes. Four Peaks Brewing & State Bicycle Co. have pulled out all of the stops for this Tempe-centric bicycle collaboration. The Transporter will be the leader of the pack on your next pub ride. Features include coaster brake for easy stopping, chain guard to protect clothing, mustache (finely groomed) handlebars, bottle opener affixed to frame, front and rear fenders and a basket on the front with beverage holder.
The $579 Transporter will be the go-to bike for your next pub ride or a trip to a party at a friend’s house. Features include coaster brake for easy stopping, chain guard to protect clothing, mustache handlebars, bottle opener affixed to frame, front and rear fenders and a basket on the front with beverage holder that looks good for at least two six packs or several growlers.
State Bicycle Company - State bikes are a top brand of cycles. They have fixed gear, city bikes and off-road models as well as a line of parts, accessories and clothing. They currently are offering free shipping on orders over $50 and special holiday sales. Now is the time to surprise that special someone with a great bike or maybe upgrade your own.
Addison Zawada, determined and talented fixed gear cyclist, has been on a month-long cross-country journey from Chicago, heading to Los Angeles via the historic U.S. Highway 66, to see forgotten America on a bicycle. His adventure began on October 23, 2015 when he departed on his bicycle with a bike trailer and two friends. It will end this Sunday, December 6, when he finishes his journey in Los Angeles having traveled 2,451 miles.
Tell us more about the bike you're riding.'State Bikes prepared a bike that fits what I'm doing [for this project], but will also be useful on a daily basis when I get home. Basically, I decided to pick a cyclocross race bike, which is essentially an offroad road bike with knobby tires, with disc brakes. The stopping power is more dependable — for the extra 100 pounds of weight I'm carrying right now. Plus, the geometry puts me in position so I can ride for 45 days straight and still be comfortable.'