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6061 Black Label All-Road - Frame & Fork Set - Copper Brown
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Based on 13 reviews
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J
J.C.
SO MUCH BANG FOR THE BUCK

THE most capable bike you can get for the money! The aluminum frame rides so smooth and carbon fork is so comfy for the off road sendies! Masters all the roads, pavement, gravel, single track, you name it - it’s done it and then some! That copper in the light tho.... unreal! Most fun I’ve had on a bike in a while!

S
S.P.
Best all around bike ever

*Im a SBC rider but Im also a bike snob who owns many other bike brands*

This bike is the best all-around bike I’ve ever owned- It 100% earned its name as an “All-Road” as it truly performs well on any surface. I put 2000 miles of pavement on this bike and ALWAYS picked it over my carbon road bike when I was doing intervals because it just made them much more fun. This bike is wildly fast on paved roads, so much that the 40mm tire penalty compared to a road bike is almost non existent. I bring up its impression on the road because that is almost impossible to find on a gravel bike and you’ll find that very important on long grueling mixed surface adventures.

NOW to the gravel, which is where the bike shows it’s full personality: The geometry is well balanced to be both “race ready” while also having enough head tube length to make you confident and comfortable on the toughest trails. The geo alone sold me on the bike, but the components and build quality rounded it out to compete with high level $3k+ gravel bikes. State has always been good at competing on a budget, but this bike just kills it at that.

Again, I feel this bike earned its name as an All-Road and would recommend this to anyone torn on whether they need a gravel bike or not. You’ll find yourself saving money as you won’t need to look any further for a race-ready adventure bike!

C
C.C.
So damn good make you'll wanna buy a 4130 All-Road too!

This bike is so fast and fun, I want to make it my full time road bike and do the dirt climb after the no drop group ride. I can ride it anywhere but it eats single track for breakfast. Ultimate gravel bike for a price unmatched. Seriously thinking of getting the 4130 all road and set it up as a mtb.

N
N.H.
Roadie goes Gravel

Wasn't one to believe in "love at first sight" but hot damn! I may have been sold before my butt even touched the saddle. The thought of owning a gravel bike always crossed my mind but with everything in the market coming in around $2500-$3000 I was intimidated. Worried I'd spend a large sum and barely ride it. I got the opportunity to ride the black label all road in flagstaff (my first gravel ride) and the relationship grew closer. Not only did the bike look badass, it was one of the most enjoyable, comfortable, easy to figure out bikes I had ever ridden. Since then I have tested its limits riding single track meant for full suspension mountain bikes. It has handled it all with ease. Excited for the places this bike will take me. Super worth the money for those looking to get into gravel riding.

J
J.W.
Greatest introduction to gravel

This is my fist ever gravel bike and I must say this thing rips! I’ve mainly only ridden road and track bikes but this is definitely one of my new favorites. The build quality is amazing for the price and definitely ready for anything you throw at it. My first ride was on some sharp flint rock and steep downhills that you wouldn’t only take a mountain bike on but this bike held its own. Even if only ridden on road and canals this bike is one of the smoothest peddling bikes and feels comfortable to ride for hours.

C
C.M.
Gravel, road, single track... It does it all

Such a solid bike. The 650b’s and 1x11 set up are dialed in for just about anything, even some chunky single track. The copper paint is an absolute head turner on the extremely comfy al frame. The SBC carbon fork is super comfy as well, especially for softening the ride on chattery sections. & the mech. disc brakes tie it all together while keeping it simple! Thanks for delivering another epic rig, State!

M
M.
I'm Loving it!

This is the second frameset I've ever built into a bike. I chose it because of the tire clearance, relatively affordable price and it looks so pretty, admittedly.

Building with this frame was no more difficult than building with my Raleigh RXM 2017 frame a few years back. A few hours of work a day after my day job for a week and now I have myself a very pretty bike. I love the black carbon fork and flat mount brake fixtures front and rear. I know this frame is meant for gravel but the generous tire clearances means that it's great for my current local commuter setup with mudguards, bags, lights and all. I'll do gravel one of these days. My setup is pretty light at about 20lbs. Down 5lbs from my previous steel bike setup. And I could feel it. It feels faster and more nimble. These past few weeks I've found myself riding out for longer during my daily commutes, high on that new bike energy. I'm currently loving the bike that I've built with this frameset.

C
C.B.
A bit early for review

The bike itself looks gorgeous. Feels light and fast. Have rode it just around the neighborhood so very early days. Had my LBS complete the build for me. They mentioned that the bottom bracket pulled out by hand when putting the bike together and were concerned that there may have been an imperfection in the frame that caused it not to seat right. They put it back together and said to wait and see after getting some miles on it. Other than that slight worry have to admit I’m pleased as punch and excited to get some rides in

J
J.W.
650b Ripper

I must say out of the box that this bike rips. I've had so many comments on this bike plus numerous friends who have test rode this bike because of me. I only have the 650b wheelset so I would love to try it out on the 700 wheelset as it would be such a different ride. I bought this bike to rip on the gravel roads and trails nearby but have taken it out on road and commuter rides too and it handles it all plus the tire size and carbon bits make it for a super comfortable ride. Seriously puts a smile on my face even if it has gears. ;-)

E
E.Q.
Whole New World

I first bought the Black Label v2 Track Bike and loved it, thought that fixed gear riding was everything I needed and most other types of riding seemed well out of budget. Then State dropped 6061 BLACK LABEL ALL-ROAD, at both it's price point and specs it seemed like no brainer. OHHH MANNN has this opened up my very narrow minded view on cycling. I've gone up and down trails that didn't even seem possible to ride. Gravel riding is extremely fun and I would have not been able to do it without State dropping this bike at this price point. I LOVE this bike and the best part is that it's so much bang for you buck. It rips, it's pretty light, and has everything you need. I happy to now have 2 State bikes in my possession...might even sneak buying a third, looking at you Undefeated Road.

6061 Black Label All-Road - Frame & Fork Set - Copper Brown
High performance on & off-road

Go anywhere with this 6061 All-Road Frame w/ Carbon Fork Fork. 650b / 700c compatible frame w/ max tire clearance of 2.2" (at 650) & 45c (at 700)

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[SPECS]

  • FRAME:  6061 Aluminum w/ Thru-Axle Drop Outs (142mm spacing)
    • Size XS: Rider Height Recommendation: 5'3" to 5'7" 
    • Size S: Rider Height Recommendation:5'6" to 5'10" 
    • Size M: Rider Height Recommendation: 5'9" to 6'1" 
    • Size L: Rider Height Recommendation: 6'0" to 6'3"
  • FORK: Carbon Fiber w/ Thru-Axle Drop Outs (100mm spacing)

    ALSO INCLUDED

    • Headset : FSA NO.42/ACB , sealed bearing ,1.5 - 1 1/8”
    • Stealth Thru-Axles Included: M12 Thread Pitch 100/142 (front / rear)
    • Rear Derailleur Hanger 
    • Seat Post Clamp

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

      • 5-year Warranty on all bicycle frames
      • 1-year Warranty non-consumable parts
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      Size Charts and Specs:  Detailed Size Charts and Specs can be found here:  Size Charts & Specs.

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 13 reviews
      92%
      (12)
      8%
      (1)
      0%
      (0)
      0%
      (0)
      0%
      (0)
      J
      J.C.
      SO MUCH BANG FOR THE BUCK

      THE most capable bike you can get for the money! The aluminum frame rides so smooth and carbon fork is so comfy for the off road sendies! Masters all the roads, pavement, gravel, single track, you name it - it’s done it and then some! That copper in the light tho.... unreal! Most fun I’ve had on a bike in a while!

      S
      S.P.
      Best all around bike ever

      *Im a SBC rider but Im also a bike snob who owns many other bike brands*

      This bike is the best all-around bike I’ve ever owned- It 100% earned its name as an “All-Road” as it truly performs well on any surface. I put 2000 miles of pavement on this bike and ALWAYS picked it over my carbon road bike when I was doing intervals because it just made them much more fun. This bike is wildly fast on paved roads, so much that the 40mm tire penalty compared to a road bike is almost non existent. I bring up its impression on the road because that is almost impossible to find on a gravel bike and you’ll find that very important on long grueling mixed surface adventures.

      NOW to the gravel, which is where the bike shows it’s full personality: The geometry is well balanced to be both “race ready” while also having enough head tube length to make you confident and comfortable on the toughest trails. The geo alone sold me on the bike, but the components and build quality rounded it out to compete with high level $3k+ gravel bikes. State has always been good at competing on a budget, but this bike just kills it at that.

      Again, I feel this bike earned its name as an All-Road and would recommend this to anyone torn on whether they need a gravel bike or not. You’ll find yourself saving money as you won’t need to look any further for a race-ready adventure bike!

      C
      C.C.
      So damn good make you'll wanna buy a 4130 All-Road too!

      This bike is so fast and fun, I want to make it my full time road bike and do the dirt climb after the no drop group ride. I can ride it anywhere but it eats single track for breakfast. Ultimate gravel bike for a price unmatched. Seriously thinking of getting the 4130 all road and set it up as a mtb.

      N
      N.H.
      Roadie goes Gravel

      Wasn't one to believe in "love at first sight" but hot damn! I may have been sold before my butt even touched the saddle. The thought of owning a gravel bike always crossed my mind but with everything in the market coming in around $2500-$3000 I was intimidated. Worried I'd spend a large sum and barely ride it. I got the opportunity to ride the black label all road in flagstaff (my first gravel ride) and the relationship grew closer. Not only did the bike look badass, it was one of the most enjoyable, comfortable, easy to figure out bikes I had ever ridden. Since then I have tested its limits riding single track meant for full suspension mountain bikes. It has handled it all with ease. Excited for the places this bike will take me. Super worth the money for those looking to get into gravel riding.

      J
      J.W.
      Greatest introduction to gravel

      This is my fist ever gravel bike and I must say this thing rips! I’ve mainly only ridden road and track bikes but this is definitely one of my new favorites. The build quality is amazing for the price and definitely ready for anything you throw at it. My first ride was on some sharp flint rock and steep downhills that you wouldn’t only take a mountain bike on but this bike held its own. Even if only ridden on road and canals this bike is one of the smoothest peddling bikes and feels comfortable to ride for hours.

      C
      C.M.
      Gravel, road, single track... It does it all

      Such a solid bike. The 650b’s and 1x11 set up are dialed in for just about anything, even some chunky single track. The copper paint is an absolute head turner on the extremely comfy al frame. The SBC carbon fork is super comfy as well, especially for softening the ride on chattery sections. & the mech. disc brakes tie it all together while keeping it simple! Thanks for delivering another epic rig, State!

      M
      M.
      I'm Loving it!

      This is the second frameset I've ever built into a bike. I chose it because of the tire clearance, relatively affordable price and it looks so pretty, admittedly.

      Building with this frame was no more difficult than building with my Raleigh RXM 2017 frame a few years back. A few hours of work a day after my day job for a week and now I have myself a very pretty bike. I love the black carbon fork and flat mount brake fixtures front and rear. I know this frame is meant for gravel but the generous tire clearances means that it's great for my current local commuter setup with mudguards, bags, lights and all. I'll do gravel one of these days. My setup is pretty light at about 20lbs. Down 5lbs from my previous steel bike setup. And I could feel it. It feels faster and more nimble. These past few weeks I've found myself riding out for longer during my daily commutes, high on that new bike energy. I'm currently loving the bike that I've built with this frameset.

      C
      C.B.
      A bit early for review

      The bike itself looks gorgeous. Feels light and fast. Have rode it just around the neighborhood so very early days. Had my LBS complete the build for me. They mentioned that the bottom bracket pulled out by hand when putting the bike together and were concerned that there may have been an imperfection in the frame that caused it not to seat right. They put it back together and said to wait and see after getting some miles on it. Other than that slight worry have to admit I’m pleased as punch and excited to get some rides in

      J
      J.W.
      650b Ripper

      I must say out of the box that this bike rips. I've had so many comments on this bike plus numerous friends who have test rode this bike because of me. I only have the 650b wheelset so I would love to try it out on the 700 wheelset as it would be such a different ride. I bought this bike to rip on the gravel roads and trails nearby but have taken it out on road and commuter rides too and it handles it all plus the tire size and carbon bits make it for a super comfortable ride. Seriously puts a smile on my face even if it has gears. ;-)

      E
      E.Q.
      Whole New World

      I first bought the Black Label v2 Track Bike and loved it, thought that fixed gear riding was everything I needed and most other types of riding seemed well out of budget. Then State dropped 6061 BLACK LABEL ALL-ROAD, at both it's price point and specs it seemed like no brainer. OHHH MANNN has this opened up my very narrow minded view on cycling. I've gone up and down trails that didn't even seem possible to ride. Gravel riding is extremely fun and I would have not been able to do it without State dropping this bike at this price point. I LOVE this bike and the best part is that it's so much bang for you buck. It rips, it's pretty light, and has everything you need. I happy to now have 2 State bikes in my possession...might even sneak buying a third, looking at you Undefeated Road.