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Customer Reviews

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Wes (Houston, US)
State 4130 SS

Lovely bike. Rides smooth, the 38mm tires are very compliant on crappy Houston roads. 4130 frame is a tad heavy and yet totally awesome as you'd expect. And the reviews are accurate, the bike is fast. Even my fancy gravel bike with a 2x10 drivetrain gets a run for its money from the State. I bought this as an urban complement to the gravel bike for a simple, low maintenance, grab and go, no heavy duty bike lock needed ride, and it delivers. I went with a local bike shop for assembly in order to activate the warranty, but it's really not needed. The assembly is very straightforward. Running as a SS and it's exactly what I hoped it would be. As for sizing, I'm 5'10" with a 30in. inseam and the 52cm fits me perfectly.

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Tony Martino (Simi Valley, US)
Love it!!

Just received my new Navy/Gold 4130 today. The box arrived pretty beat up. So much that I snapped a few pics just in case. Unboxing revealed that my new bike was FLAWLESS! She’s everything I expected. Beautiful, solid, smooth, quiet and FAST. First test ride put a smile on my face right away. Handles the rough stuff without a flinch and on smooth pavement it feels like you’re flying. Riding it fixed btw.
Thank you State. You nailed this one.

G
Glenn G. (Pittsburgh, US)
Fun and Smooth Bike

This is my second State bicycle ( I also own the Rigby Core Line) and I couldn't be happier. I only ride fixed gear bikes and I was looking for a wide tire fixed gear bike. I could not find such a bike outside of a Tracklocross bike, which was not drilled for brakes. Yes, I run front and rear brakes on my fixed gear bikes. I took a chance on the 4130 because I was extremely pleased with my Rigby (and I love the color combination). I cannot find anything bad to say about this bike. The bike arrived in perfect condition. It took me about 30 minutes to build, which includes swapping the tires. The fact that every bolt (including crank arms) were torqued properly, blew me away. In addition, the brake pads were toed-in properly, which never happens. The ride is beyond smooth. I swapped the stock tires for a set of 700x40 Michelin ProTeks. The bike feels like it floats - fast, smooth, and comfortable. I upgraded the saddle to the Selle Italia - Model X Comfort - Green Plus Superflow. This is an awesome saddle, comfortable does not begin to describe how good it feels. I found my do-it-all bike. If you're thinking about purchasing this bike - do it - you won't regret it.

K
Kevin Duvall (Elk Grove Village, US)
Love my state Bike

This is the second state bike I have owned. Just like the previous one, it is sleek, rides smooth, and is easy to upkeep. Works perfectly well for me as someone who uses their bike to commute through an urban environment.

B
Brandon Morrison (Milwaukee, US)

4130 - Navy / Gold – (Fixed Gear / Single-Speed)

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Joe (Alton, US)
Single-Speed Fun

I got into cycling during the pandemic out of the need to do something while the gyms were closed, and my aluminum frame hybrid and road bikes are great. But, I wanted a steel bike that reminded me of what bikes looked like when I was a kid, and the State 4130 was the series I kept coming back to. When I found the hidden discount code, I went ahead and pulled the trigger on a single speed, thinking I'd use it for slow, casual rides. Turns out, that's the one thing I haven't used it for yet.

I've ridden it for up to 15 miles in a single go, and in street clothes no less. I've done neighborhood rides (and I live in a hilly town), recreational rides on nearby bike paths, and even some commuting to the grocery store. It is comfortable and smooth on the rough roads I've taken it on, and it's also surprisingly quick for a single speed--the gear ratio is just right. With no shifters to worry about, you can just go in the two gears we all have: sitting down and standing up. Also, it's navy and gold. This thing is gorgeous.

I had the bike professionally assembled, and other than a minor cosmetic issue with the seat that State promptly fixed, there were no problems with the frame or components. If I had to nitpick, I'd say the brakes aren't as good as I'm used to, but I'm used to lighter bikes that usually have disc brakes, so that's not a surprise. They are good enough to slow and stop the bike.

M
Marc (West Roxbury, US)
Sizes run small

State had a no win situation with me. I was replacing my beloved ANT Light Roadster, a commuter built by the legendary (if he isn't, he should be) Mike Flanigan. I commuted on my Roadster year round in Boston for 20 years, it has around 100,000 miles. The only original part left is the frame. As you can tell, I loved that bike.
The 4130 is a solid bike, I bought it for an urban commuter and that seems to be the target market. The frame geometry is more like a cross bike (lower center of gravity - probably the reason why I think the frame runs small). The parts are what you would expect for the price. All in all, a good bike for the price.
What I would have liked (State if you are listening - you also came the closest), but could not find, better parts (Boston winters will chew these parts up - fast), a more road like frame geometry, and 2 braze on eyelets (fender and rack) at the rear (I don't like the in frame mount point).

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Roger Crowell (Decatur, US)
bike is great

Assembly straight forward. I wound up using the stock seat and pedals. I liked them more than the upgrades. Fedex screwed up shipping but State helped to straighten it out right away so very pleased with customer service. Very smooth ride. Breaks, I don't know. Functional but that would be an upgrade I would choose. Minor quibble since they work fine. Overall very satisfied.

R
Robert Thomson (Port Charlotte, US)
It’s a whole different way of cycling!

Let me first say that I’m an avid road cyclist that typically rides 500-600 miles monthly mostly with a larger group. I ride a high end full carbon bike with all of the bells and whistles. I wanted to try a single speed bike as a commuter during the week and maybe throw in a little gravel on the weekend so I purchased one from Bikes Direct. What a pile of junk it was so I sent it back and purchased a State 4130. Immediately I could see the State 4130 was built a thousand times better. I’ve only had it a few weeks but so far so good! I did make a slight getting change on the rear hub from 16 to an 18 tooth gear just to get my cadence up to where I like it. I plan to replace the tires with a tubeless setup down the road too. But all in all, I give the bike a 9 out of 10 star rating! Even the saddle is comfortable! If you’re in the market for an inexpensive single speed bike, don’t even hesitate with the State bikes. Just get it!

B
Bennett Carter (Cathedral City, US)
Awsome

Converted to fixed gear. Love it!

4130 - Navy / Gold – (Fixed Gear / Single-Speed)
Be Bold with Navy & Gold

The redesigned 4130 features larger tires perfect for every adventure. A bike that can handle poorly maintained urban roads, gravel paths, or even light trails. This bike is extremely durable, versatile, and riders can enjoy the simplicity of a single-speed - known for being extremely reliable and easy to maintain.

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The 4130 Steel Line earned its namesake from the double-butted 4130-grade chromoly steel used on the frame and fork that maximizes strength without making compromises on weight. Now with completely redesigned geometry to accommodate larger tire clearance and equipped with fork and seat stay rack mounts to be the perfect all-rounder.

Equipped with a rider's choice of All-Road Gravel Drops or Wide Riders and tubeless compatible wheels equipped with 38x700c tires, laced to a sealed-bearing flip flop hub. 

This bike is extremely durable, versatile, and riders can enjoy the simplicity of a single-speed - known for being extremely reliable and easy to maintain.

This bike is perfect for anyone looking for a quality single-speed / fixed gear bike that can handle any terrain - whether it be on poorly maintained city roads, gravel paths, or even light trails.

[SPECS]

  • FRAME: Double-Butted 4130 Chromoly Steel, TIG Welded w/ "Wishbone" Rear to Accommodate 38x700c Tires
  • DROPOUTS: Horizontal Dropouts ft. Integrated Chain-Tensioners
  • WHEEL SET:  Tubeless compatible - All-Road (Track) Wheelset, Drilled 40 mm High-Flange Hubs w/ Sealed Bearings w/ 38x700c tires* (*not tubeless rated).
  • FLIP-FLOP HUB: Includes 16T Freewheel and Fixed Gear Cog - Easily Ride Fixed Gear or Single Speed
  • CRANKSET: Steel Forged Crank w/ 130 BCD, 170MM Crank Arms, 46t Chain-ring
  • GEAR RATIO: 46x16
  • HANDLEBARS: Choose All-Road Flared Gravel Drops or Wide-Risers
  • BRAKES: Long Reach Brake Calipers
  • PEDALS: Included

SIZE: 6 Frame Sizes to fit any Rider Height from 5'3" to 6'7" (Size 55 cm Pictured)

Max Recommended Tire Size:  45c (sizes of up to 50c+ have been fitted by riders however fitment varies on wheels used, brand of tires, and other factors)

WEIGHT:  23lbs 7oz*

*(Size 55 cm Frame as Pictured w/ Riser Bars)

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RETURNS & Exchanges: State Bicycle Co. proudly offers FREE RETURNS for EXCHANGES - please see details of our Return Policy here.

SHIPPING:  Most in-stock items ship within 1 business day! Tracking information is provided upon shipment. Learn more about our Shipping Policy

ASSEMBLY: Complete Bicycles will ship 90% built and require only basic tools and knowledge to complete the build. However, a fully assembled bicycle also needs to be tuned and adjusted (oftentimes with specialty tools). We strongly encourage having your bike professionally assembled to validate your warranty and to ensure a safe and lasting ride.

WARRANTY:  Warranty activated when you submit proof of professional assembly. 

  • 5-year Warranty on all bicycle frames
  • 1-year Warranty non-consumable parts
  • 2-year Warranty on Essor USA products

Learn more about our Warranty Policy.

Size Charts and Specs:  Detailed Size Charts and Specs can be found here:  Size Charts & Specs.

SUPPORT:  We pride ourselves on having a friendly and knowledgeable staff. Contact us and we'd be happy to help you out in any way we can.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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Wes (Houston, US)
State 4130 SS

Lovely bike. Rides smooth, the 38mm tires are very compliant on crappy Houston roads. 4130 frame is a tad heavy and yet totally awesome as you'd expect. And the reviews are accurate, the bike is fast. Even my fancy gravel bike with a 2x10 drivetrain gets a run for its money from the State. I bought this as an urban complement to the gravel bike for a simple, low maintenance, grab and go, no heavy duty bike lock needed ride, and it delivers. I went with a local bike shop for assembly in order to activate the warranty, but it's really not needed. The assembly is very straightforward. Running as a SS and it's exactly what I hoped it would be. As for sizing, I'm 5'10" with a 30in. inseam and the 52cm fits me perfectly.

T
Tony Martino (Simi Valley, US)
Love it!!

Just received my new Navy/Gold 4130 today. The box arrived pretty beat up. So much that I snapped a few pics just in case. Unboxing revealed that my new bike was FLAWLESS! She’s everything I expected. Beautiful, solid, smooth, quiet and FAST. First test ride put a smile on my face right away. Handles the rough stuff without a flinch and on smooth pavement it feels like you’re flying. Riding it fixed btw.
Thank you State. You nailed this one.

G
Glenn G. (Pittsburgh, US)
Fun and Smooth Bike

This is my second State bicycle ( I also own the Rigby Core Line) and I couldn't be happier. I only ride fixed gear bikes and I was looking for a wide tire fixed gear bike. I could not find such a bike outside of a Tracklocross bike, which was not drilled for brakes. Yes, I run front and rear brakes on my fixed gear bikes. I took a chance on the 4130 because I was extremely pleased with my Rigby (and I love the color combination). I cannot find anything bad to say about this bike. The bike arrived in perfect condition. It took me about 30 minutes to build, which includes swapping the tires. The fact that every bolt (including crank arms) were torqued properly, blew me away. In addition, the brake pads were toed-in properly, which never happens. The ride is beyond smooth. I swapped the stock tires for a set of 700x40 Michelin ProTeks. The bike feels like it floats - fast, smooth, and comfortable. I upgraded the saddle to the Selle Italia - Model X Comfort - Green Plus Superflow. This is an awesome saddle, comfortable does not begin to describe how good it feels. I found my do-it-all bike. If you're thinking about purchasing this bike - do it - you won't regret it.

K
Kevin Duvall (Elk Grove Village, US)
Love my state Bike

This is the second state bike I have owned. Just like the previous one, it is sleek, rides smooth, and is easy to upkeep. Works perfectly well for me as someone who uses their bike to commute through an urban environment.

B
Brandon Morrison (Milwaukee, US)

4130 - Navy / Gold – (Fixed Gear / Single-Speed)

J
Joe (Alton, US)
Single-Speed Fun

I got into cycling during the pandemic out of the need to do something while the gyms were closed, and my aluminum frame hybrid and road bikes are great. But, I wanted a steel bike that reminded me of what bikes looked like when I was a kid, and the State 4130 was the series I kept coming back to. When I found the hidden discount code, I went ahead and pulled the trigger on a single speed, thinking I'd use it for slow, casual rides. Turns out, that's the one thing I haven't used it for yet.

I've ridden it for up to 15 miles in a single go, and in street clothes no less. I've done neighborhood rides (and I live in a hilly town), recreational rides on nearby bike paths, and even some commuting to the grocery store. It is comfortable and smooth on the rough roads I've taken it on, and it's also surprisingly quick for a single speed--the gear ratio is just right. With no shifters to worry about, you can just go in the two gears we all have: sitting down and standing up. Also, it's navy and gold. This thing is gorgeous.

I had the bike professionally assembled, and other than a minor cosmetic issue with the seat that State promptly fixed, there were no problems with the frame or components. If I had to nitpick, I'd say the brakes aren't as good as I'm used to, but I'm used to lighter bikes that usually have disc brakes, so that's not a surprise. They are good enough to slow and stop the bike.

M
Marc (West Roxbury, US)
Sizes run small

State had a no win situation with me. I was replacing my beloved ANT Light Roadster, a commuter built by the legendary (if he isn't, he should be) Mike Flanigan. I commuted on my Roadster year round in Boston for 20 years, it has around 100,000 miles. The only original part left is the frame. As you can tell, I loved that bike.
The 4130 is a solid bike, I bought it for an urban commuter and that seems to be the target market. The frame geometry is more like a cross bike (lower center of gravity - probably the reason why I think the frame runs small). The parts are what you would expect for the price. All in all, a good bike for the price.
What I would have liked (State if you are listening - you also came the closest), but could not find, better parts (Boston winters will chew these parts up - fast), a more road like frame geometry, and 2 braze on eyelets (fender and rack) at the rear (I don't like the in frame mount point).

R
Roger Crowell (Decatur, US)
bike is great

Assembly straight forward. I wound up using the stock seat and pedals. I liked them more than the upgrades. Fedex screwed up shipping but State helped to straighten it out right away so very pleased with customer service. Very smooth ride. Breaks, I don't know. Functional but that would be an upgrade I would choose. Minor quibble since they work fine. Overall very satisfied.

R
Robert Thomson (Port Charlotte, US)
It’s a whole different way of cycling!

Let me first say that I’m an avid road cyclist that typically rides 500-600 miles monthly mostly with a larger group. I ride a high end full carbon bike with all of the bells and whistles. I wanted to try a single speed bike as a commuter during the week and maybe throw in a little gravel on the weekend so I purchased one from Bikes Direct. What a pile of junk it was so I sent it back and purchased a State 4130. Immediately I could see the State 4130 was built a thousand times better. I’ve only had it a few weeks but so far so good! I did make a slight getting change on the rear hub from 16 to an 18 tooth gear just to get my cadence up to where I like it. I plan to replace the tires with a tubeless setup down the road too. But all in all, I give the bike a 9 out of 10 star rating! Even the saddle is comfortable! If you’re in the market for an inexpensive single speed bike, don’t even hesitate with the State bikes. Just get it!

B
Bennett Carter (Cathedral City, US)
Awsome

Converted to fixed gear. Love it!