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Matt Guziejka (Portland, US)
The Pros and Cons of the Entry Level Gravel bike

I wanted to get some miles on this bike before I did a review. I did! Got in some big gravel miles and epic rides and I feel like I can give a full review: I spent MONTHS shopping for a bike, looking online and GEO charts, and finally someone had a state bike in my size and I got to give it a test ride. Prior to this I was on a surly straggler. The bike felt great, has all the mounting points, and a more relaxed geometry compared to my more cross inspired surly. So let's get into it.
- Price: I mean for the price and what you get it can't be beat. Even if you buy different parts, and what not its still under the hood of $1,200 and you can have what you want on the bike!
- Customer Service: Honestly this is overlooked. The bikes are affordable, but the customer service is excellent. I couldn't get this level of communication with any of the large name brand companies. State is available, and they are willing to make it work if you need their help in regard to something!
-Parts: The new hydros felt great, the thumb shifter was solid, and the bike shifted correctly right out of the box. B-limit screw had to be adjusted due to the chain being a bit smaller than it should be, but that costed me nothing, and took 5" to do.
-New parts: I personally removed all the parts, cause All i wanted was this frame in the new turquoise colorway! SO the photos below are of my bike, with new parts, and nothing original but the frame and fork!
-Steerer tube: This is why it got 4 stars and not 5. The steerer tube is cut WAY to short. So much so that the highest stem bolt clamps sits well above the where the steerer was cut. A low cut steerer can't be fixed. You can't add any more spacers to the bike (only has about 30mm worth) if you wanted to bring the bars up at all you'd have to buy a new stem. I personally wanted to run 45-50mm of spacers after having a bike fit but that is not an options, and buy a short steep angled stem in my size was also not available so the only solution to get the bike to fit correctly was to buy a new aftermarket fork and cut the steerer to the size i want. I wish the steerer came longer and it was up to the consumer to decide how long they wanted it to be. Being that it has to be built at a shop, where they could cut the steerer it would be nice if they just shipped with one UN-CUT. So now I am in the process of looking for a steel aftermarket fork (don't want carbon) that the paint either matches close, or I would have to get it painted. Although that is not "required" you want your bike to look a certain way no, no matter how vein it sounds.
-Chainring: the 42t chainring it ships with is too big. They offer so many things when you check out, Saddle, Cages, Kits, Forks, why not offer an option to purchase a second chainring? or honestly give us the option to pick a chainring size? I just think more people would be happy if the bike shipped with a 36t. The audience for this bike is entry level, unless you are someone like me who changes everything. But generally i would say they are for people looking to dip the toe in the gravel pool. No on is going to need a 42t to go 25+ mph on a sprint, 36t is a better middle ground for climbing, and commuting around town. A begging cyclist doesn't know the difference it is up to state to decide what the bike comes with. I know Arizona is flat, but they have some hills!!
-650b tires: the 700c tires are just way nicer. The 650b tires are just too MTB oriented. They are also wire bead, which makes them NOT tubeless ready even though the wheels are. So that is another cost right off the bat that most people I would say would change.

Would I recommend this bike? 100%. My wife has one (changed out the chain ring and the tires) and she loves it. I bought one and sold my Surly straggler. It is a good bike, a GREAT bike, I just think a few things have to be changed. Would I be willing to pay more for different tires, and chainrings options, I think so. But the bike rides great, it climbs well, it doesn't feel like I'm riding a boat (insert 90's MTB name here), and it is really not that heavy! No heavier than any other steel gravel bike on the market.

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andy hilbun (Atlanta, US)
Great Bike

This is the bike I have been looking for!! Comfortable, quick and versatile. Bought it with the carbon front fork. It's nice to be able swap out wheelsets so easily...one for road and one for off road. The hydraulic brakes stop on a dime. Love the shifter with the push and pull...very intuitive. The steel frame does a great job of absorbing the bumps on the rough roads I ride on. Looks great, too. Lots of compliments...especially for the guys at REI that assembled it for me. Customer Service - Chris Palmer deserves a big raise for helping me with my purchase.

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RickTaLife (Los Angeles, US)
dank

so fuckin dank

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Tedd Hurtado (Phoenix, US)
Love my Bike!

So first off I live in AZ and ordered my bike at 12:45 and the order was processed by 14:00. It shipped by the next day so I basically got it next day so I was way stoked! I’ve only been able to put about 40 miles on it so far because I’ve been on the road for work but I love it props State I’m happy to shop local can’t wait to get more miles in!!

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Kirk Rogers (Round Rock, US)
GREAT Bike!

A couple hundred miles so far and REALLY enjoying the ride! I was looking to replace my Fairdale with something similar and came across the All Road. The thru-axel dropouts and the DT Swiss upgrade option sealed the deal. I swapped a couple items - pedals, handlebars were too narrow so I ordered the Wide Riser, 650b Barzo tires were too knobby so I went with Double Fighters, and I upgraded the cassette. Riding position is a little more upright than the Fairdale and is really comfortable. This is the most solid feeling bike I have been on in a very long time. The price point is amazing for what all is included… and the customer service is very responsive / top notch.

4130 All-Road - Flat Bar - Turquoise Fade (650b / 700c)
#exploreyourstate™ on and off road with this versatile steel machine.

This is our most capable bike ever! Make it 2-bikes-in-1 by selecting “both” as your wheel set choice and we’ll send you a 2nd pair of wheels, tires, tubes, rotors, and cassettes for easy back-and-forth switching between 700c / 650b.

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The 4130 All-Road offers the benefits of advanced-gravel technology at an accessible price. Featuring a rugged 4130 Chromoly Steel Frame / Fork w/ plenty of cargo mounts, the choice wheels (thru-axle): 700c with “slick” tires or 650b with knobby tires, 11speed drive-train, and disc-brakes. This is our most capable bike ever! Make it 2-bikes-in-1 by selecting “both” as your wheelset choice and we’ll send you a 2nd pair of wheels, tires, tubes, rotors, and cassettes for easy back-and-forth switching between 700c / 650b. 

 [SPECS]

  • FRAME: 4130 Chromoly Steel with Thru-Axle Dropouts (142mm rear spacing) w/ 2 water bottle mounts, rear mounts for rack and/or fenders
    • Size XS: Rider Height Recommendation: 5'1" to 5'6" 
    • Size S: Rider Height Recommendation:5'5" to 5'10" 
    • Size M: Rider Height Recommendation: 5'9" to 6'2" 
    • Size L: Rider Height Recommendation: 6'1" to 6'5"
  • FORK: 
    • Standard: 4130 Chromoly Steel with Thru-Axle Dropouts (100mm fork spacing) and 5 sets of mounts for water bottles, accessories, fenders or racks
    • Upgrade: to the Carbon Fiber "Monster Fork" for $299.99 - to save over 1.25 lbs & improve overall comfort.
    • Upgrade: to the All-Road Suspension Fork for $350.00 (normally $450 when purchased separately) w/ 40mm travel to enjoy enhanced cushioning on uneven surfaces without sacrificing your need for speed
  • WHEEL SET: 
    • 700c: Tubeless Capable Wheel Set w/ Vittoria Terreno Zero Tires, 38mm (tubeless ready)
    • 650b: Tubeless Capable Wheel Set w/ Vittoria Barzo Tires, 2.1" (53mm)
    • EXTRA COST OPTION: Order the SECOND wheel set with tires and tubes, plus matching hubs, cassette, and brake rotors. Receive DOUBLE the versatility for ONLY $399.99 more.
    Ready to ditch the tubes? Get our tubeless conversion kit**
    • HANDLEBARS:  State Bicycle Co. Black Label Riser Bars
    • BRAKES:  State Bicycle Co. All-Road Hydraulic Disc Brakes (mineral oil based) w/ 160mm Rotors (6-Bolt)
    • DRIVE TRAIN:  State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 (1x11 Drive Train) w/ Trigger Shift
      • Crank - State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 (42t)
      • Cassette - 11-42t
      • State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 Rear Derailleur Version 2.0 with internally adjustable clutch
    • Pedals: Platform pedals included
    • Max Recommended Tire Size:  53c or 2.1" x 650b & 45c x 700c  (sizes of up to 2.3"x650b have been fitted by riders however fitment varies on wheels used, brand of tires, and other factors)

    Want to get technical? Full Geo / Specs here.

    Gearing up for an epic adventure? Upgrade your 4130 All-Road with the SBC Carbon Fiber “Monster Fork”. This fork is specifically designed for self-supported tours and races where carrying more water and gear is a necessity. The Monster Fork has the same disc brake flat-mounts and thru axle dropouts to interchange wheels. The fork also features “3-pack” mounts on each blade for racks, water bottles, and accessory cages. The Monster Fork also has fender mounts and a crown mount for racks or dynamo lights.

    **please note the Barzo tires (650b) are not rated tubeless, while it may be possible to set these tubeless we can not guarantee compatibility. State Bicycle Co. recommends professional assembly for tubeless set ups.

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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 5 reviews
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              Matt Guziejka (Portland, US)
              The Pros and Cons of the Entry Level Gravel bike

              I wanted to get some miles on this bike before I did a review. I did! Got in some big gravel miles and epic rides and I feel like I can give a full review: I spent MONTHS shopping for a bike, looking online and GEO charts, and finally someone had a state bike in my size and I got to give it a test ride. Prior to this I was on a surly straggler. The bike felt great, has all the mounting points, and a more relaxed geometry compared to my more cross inspired surly. So let's get into it.
              - Price: I mean for the price and what you get it can't be beat. Even if you buy different parts, and what not its still under the hood of $1,200 and you can have what you want on the bike!
              - Customer Service: Honestly this is overlooked. The bikes are affordable, but the customer service is excellent. I couldn't get this level of communication with any of the large name brand companies. State is available, and they are willing to make it work if you need their help in regard to something!
              -Parts: The new hydros felt great, the thumb shifter was solid, and the bike shifted correctly right out of the box. B-limit screw had to be adjusted due to the chain being a bit smaller than it should be, but that costed me nothing, and took 5" to do.
              -New parts: I personally removed all the parts, cause All i wanted was this frame in the new turquoise colorway! SO the photos below are of my bike, with new parts, and nothing original but the frame and fork!
              -Steerer tube: This is why it got 4 stars and not 5. The steerer tube is cut WAY to short. So much so that the highest stem bolt clamps sits well above the where the steerer was cut. A low cut steerer can't be fixed. You can't add any more spacers to the bike (only has about 30mm worth) if you wanted to bring the bars up at all you'd have to buy a new stem. I personally wanted to run 45-50mm of spacers after having a bike fit but that is not an options, and buy a short steep angled stem in my size was also not available so the only solution to get the bike to fit correctly was to buy a new aftermarket fork and cut the steerer to the size i want. I wish the steerer came longer and it was up to the consumer to decide how long they wanted it to be. Being that it has to be built at a shop, where they could cut the steerer it would be nice if they just shipped with one UN-CUT. So now I am in the process of looking for a steel aftermarket fork (don't want carbon) that the paint either matches close, or I would have to get it painted. Although that is not "required" you want your bike to look a certain way no, no matter how vein it sounds.
              -Chainring: the 42t chainring it ships with is too big. They offer so many things when you check out, Saddle, Cages, Kits, Forks, why not offer an option to purchase a second chainring? or honestly give us the option to pick a chainring size? I just think more people would be happy if the bike shipped with a 36t. The audience for this bike is entry level, unless you are someone like me who changes everything. But generally i would say they are for people looking to dip the toe in the gravel pool. No on is going to need a 42t to go 25+ mph on a sprint, 36t is a better middle ground for climbing, and commuting around town. A begging cyclist doesn't know the difference it is up to state to decide what the bike comes with. I know Arizona is flat, but they have some hills!!
              -650b tires: the 700c tires are just way nicer. The 650b tires are just too MTB oriented. They are also wire bead, which makes them NOT tubeless ready even though the wheels are. So that is another cost right off the bat that most people I would say would change.

              Would I recommend this bike? 100%. My wife has one (changed out the chain ring and the tires) and she loves it. I bought one and sold my Surly straggler. It is a good bike, a GREAT bike, I just think a few things have to be changed. Would I be willing to pay more for different tires, and chainrings options, I think so. But the bike rides great, it climbs well, it doesn't feel like I'm riding a boat (insert 90's MTB name here), and it is really not that heavy! No heavier than any other steel gravel bike on the market.

              a
              andy hilbun (Atlanta, US)
              Great Bike

              This is the bike I have been looking for!! Comfortable, quick and versatile. Bought it with the carbon front fork. It's nice to be able swap out wheelsets so easily...one for road and one for off road. The hydraulic brakes stop on a dime. Love the shifter with the push and pull...very intuitive. The steel frame does a great job of absorbing the bumps on the rough roads I ride on. Looks great, too. Lots of compliments...especially for the guys at REI that assembled it for me. Customer Service - Chris Palmer deserves a big raise for helping me with my purchase.

              R
              RickTaLife (Los Angeles, US)
              dank

              so fuckin dank

              T
              Tedd Hurtado (Phoenix, US)
              Love my Bike!

              So first off I live in AZ and ordered my bike at 12:45 and the order was processed by 14:00. It shipped by the next day so I basically got it next day so I was way stoked! I’ve only been able to put about 40 miles on it so far because I’ve been on the road for work but I love it props State I’m happy to shop local can’t wait to get more miles in!!

              K
              Kirk Rogers (Round Rock, US)
              GREAT Bike!

              A couple hundred miles so far and REALLY enjoying the ride! I was looking to replace my Fairdale with something similar and came across the All Road. The thru-axel dropouts and the DT Swiss upgrade option sealed the deal. I swapped a couple items - pedals, handlebars were too narrow so I ordered the Wide Riser, 650b Barzo tires were too knobby so I went with Double Fighters, and I upgraded the cassette. Riding position is a little more upright than the Fairdale and is really comfortable. This is the most solid feeling bike I have been on in a very long time. The price point is amazing for what all is included… and the customer service is very responsive / top notch.