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Open Box Item: State Bicycle Co. x Rick and Morty -
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Jeb (Berkeley, US)
Shiets fuckin sick

Shiets fuckin sick

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David (West Covina, US)
Cool bike but....

I got my bike very quick. It took two days to arrive. Eady to build but I ran into a couple of issues.
Issue #1, the bolts on the down tube were so tight I stripped the head. Not cool
Issue #2. The front wheel wasnt true.
Issue #3. The stock tires were so cheap and very hard.
Overall a nice looking bike. I installed a pair of CONTINENTAL 700x28 tires and what a difference. No made in china stickers on the bike, cool.

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Fred Morledge
Solid bike. Rick and Morty!

When considering taking it to a shop for the 5 year warranty I asked myself: have I ever needed a warranty on a bicycle? the simple answer: no. Sounds nice but really unnecessary. so I had my friend assemble it who has built many amazing bicycles over the years. he had it up and running in about 15 minutes. assembly consisted of attaching the handlebars, attaching the pedals, attaching and inflating the tires (already mounted to rim), putting handlebar grips on, and attaching the seat. he did have to do some minor adjustments to the dropout screws but overall a pretty simple process. bike rides like a dream and can really get moving. plus it's a freaking Rick and Morty bicycle. what else do you need to know?

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Big Bill (Minneapolis, US)
Much like a portal gun, it’s perfect for quick getaways

This is the first single-speed bike that I’ve owned since I was a wee little punk riding around on my Schwinn Thrasher. It’s a perfect city bike - durable, quick geometry and excellent value. My only real disappointment is that the paint job isn’t really paint - it’s a wrap with a thick coat of clear coat. I hope it lasts over time, but I’m having too much fun with it to worry about that now.

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Jeb (Berkeley, US)
shiets hella sick

shiets hella sick

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Michael Keating (Atascadero, US)
Awesome Bike

I get a lot of compliments riding around town on this and I love the dual hub so I switch from free to fixed

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Dorothy denver (Smyrna, US)
Fun bike

I really like this bike. The only reason for 4 stars is because my stem had an improperly machined bolt hole and i had to get a different stem. Everything else is great!

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Amber (North Hollywood, US)
Love it

Extremely happy with the overall look and build of this bike. Only issue is the size is a bit big. I’m 5’3” and barely clear the 46 frame. I’m glad I’m not in the 5’-5’2” bracket.

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Joseph (Naperville, US)
Worth the price, easy to build, rides well for a beginner bicycle.

Overall, my experiences with the Core Line "Rick and Morty" were pretty good. I built this bike myself and did not have it assembled at a bicycle shop. It was packed pretty well and I did not see anything lose in the box. The bicycle is shipped from Tempe, AZ, and I received it in 6 days after ordering. I live in the Chicagoland area.
When assembling the bicycle, I did not have any or find any major issues. Some of the green paint did get into the seat tube so I had to really jam and work the seat post in using a lot of grease. I was eventually able to work it in and out normally.
The rest of the process was fairly easy and straight forward. If you know anything about bicycles and how they are put together, this bike should be an easy assemble. You will need a chain whip and a lock ring tool. Some of the bolts and lock ring were not greased, so make sure to check everything.
While riding the bicycle, it rides as I would expect one too. Super fun to ride fixed, although I did feel that the breaks seemed on the cheaper end, but they work well; I will be interested to see how long they last. The sizing on the website is good, isn't running too big or small.
I would defiantly recommend this bicycle to someone who wants to try out fixed gear riding due to the price, but also the flip flop hub to switch from single speed to fixed. The stock seat isn't bad at all, so unless you need maximum comfort, you don't need to upgrade. I would highly recommend the Merritt pedals and Hold Fast straps as they make riding way more fun. Bull horns are also the way to go. Spending the extra on the pedals straps and bullhorns is the move. Overall my experience with this purchase was a positive one. Good beginner fixie, especially if like me you don't know if you will like riding fixed.

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Jordan (Raleigh, US)

This bike is amazing, fast, and durable. It looks amazing! The only disappointing thing is the paint job. it came distorted on part of the bike, but isn't super noticeable. Well worth the wait for this!

Open Box Item: State Bicycle Co. x Rick and Morty - "Portal" - Core-Line
Straight from another dimension...

Get ready to blast off into new galaxies with the State Bicycle Co. x Rick and Morty new limited edition line of premium bikes, parts and clothing featuring all the iconic Rick and Morty characters. This officially licensed collaboration features memorable elements of Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon‘s hit show, on Adult Swim.
$399.99

Our Core-Line fixed gear and single speed bicycles are what we're best known for. Built on a durable steel frame with seat stay rack mounts, eyelet mounts on the fork and cable stops, the Core Line models are as stylish as they are versatile. Quality components, a flip-flop hub that will allow you to ride fixed gear or freewheel and Cult x Vans ‘waffle pattern” grips will keep you comfortable and riding hassle-free for years to come.

If you want a fun and well-built bicycle but aren't yet looking for something “race-ready”, the Core-Line series is for you.

 

[SPECS]

  • FRAME:  Durable Steel Frame ft. Seat Stay Rack Mounts and Cable Stops
  • DROPOUTS:  Horizontal Dropouts ft. Integrated Chain-Tensioners
  • WHEELSET:  Deep V Wheel Set ft. 40 mm High-Flange Hubs w/ Sealed Bearings
  • FLIP-FLOP HUB:  Includes 16T Freewheel and Fixed Gear Cog - Easily Ride Fixed Gear or Single Speed
  • GEAR RATIO:  44x16
  • HANDLEBARS:  Choose Riser Bars w/ Vans Grips (Standard) or Bullhorn or Drop Bars w/ Bar Tape
  • BRAKES:  Front & Rear Caliper Hand Brakes
  • PEDALS:  Platform Pedals
  • SADDLE:  Synthetic Leather Saddle w/ Steel Rails

SIZE:  4 Frame Sizes to fit any Rider Height from 5'0" to 6'2" (Size 54 cm Pictured)

WEIGHT:  24 lb 8 oz
*(Size 54cm Frame as Pictured)

Click Here for Size Chart and Specs

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 17 reviews
76%
(13)
24%
(4)
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Jeb (Berkeley, US)
Shiets fuckin sick

Shiets fuckin sick

D
David (West Covina, US)
Cool bike but....

I got my bike very quick. It took two days to arrive. Eady to build but I ran into a couple of issues.
Issue #1, the bolts on the down tube were so tight I stripped the head. Not cool
Issue #2. The front wheel wasnt true.
Issue #3. The stock tires were so cheap and very hard.
Overall a nice looking bike. I installed a pair of CONTINENTAL 700x28 tires and what a difference. No made in china stickers on the bike, cool.

F
Fred Morledge
Solid bike. Rick and Morty!

When considering taking it to a shop for the 5 year warranty I asked myself: have I ever needed a warranty on a bicycle? the simple answer: no. Sounds nice but really unnecessary. so I had my friend assemble it who has built many amazing bicycles over the years. he had it up and running in about 15 minutes. assembly consisted of attaching the handlebars, attaching the pedals, attaching and inflating the tires (already mounted to rim), putting handlebar grips on, and attaching the seat. he did have to do some minor adjustments to the dropout screws but overall a pretty simple process. bike rides like a dream and can really get moving. plus it's a freaking Rick and Morty bicycle. what else do you need to know?

B
Big Bill (Minneapolis, US)
Much like a portal gun, it’s perfect for quick getaways

This is the first single-speed bike that I’ve owned since I was a wee little punk riding around on my Schwinn Thrasher. It’s a perfect city bike - durable, quick geometry and excellent value. My only real disappointment is that the paint job isn’t really paint - it’s a wrap with a thick coat of clear coat. I hope it lasts over time, but I’m having too much fun with it to worry about that now.

J
Jeb (Berkeley, US)
shiets hella sick

shiets hella sick

M
Michael Keating (Atascadero, US)
Awesome Bike

I get a lot of compliments riding around town on this and I love the dual hub so I switch from free to fixed

D
Dorothy denver (Smyrna, US)
Fun bike

I really like this bike. The only reason for 4 stars is because my stem had an improperly machined bolt hole and i had to get a different stem. Everything else is great!

A
Amber (North Hollywood, US)
Love it

Extremely happy with the overall look and build of this bike. Only issue is the size is a bit big. I’m 5’3” and barely clear the 46 frame. I’m glad I’m not in the 5’-5’2” bracket.

J
Joseph (Naperville, US)
Worth the price, easy to build, rides well for a beginner bicycle.

Overall, my experiences with the Core Line "Rick and Morty" were pretty good. I built this bike myself and did not have it assembled at a bicycle shop. It was packed pretty well and I did not see anything lose in the box. The bicycle is shipped from Tempe, AZ, and I received it in 6 days after ordering. I live in the Chicagoland area.
When assembling the bicycle, I did not have any or find any major issues. Some of the green paint did get into the seat tube so I had to really jam and work the seat post in using a lot of grease. I was eventually able to work it in and out normally.
The rest of the process was fairly easy and straight forward. If you know anything about bicycles and how they are put together, this bike should be an easy assemble. You will need a chain whip and a lock ring tool. Some of the bolts and lock ring were not greased, so make sure to check everything.
While riding the bicycle, it rides as I would expect one too. Super fun to ride fixed, although I did feel that the breaks seemed on the cheaper end, but they work well; I will be interested to see how long they last. The sizing on the website is good, isn't running too big or small.
I would defiantly recommend this bicycle to someone who wants to try out fixed gear riding due to the price, but also the flip flop hub to switch from single speed to fixed. The stock seat isn't bad at all, so unless you need maximum comfort, you don't need to upgrade. I would highly recommend the Merritt pedals and Hold Fast straps as they make riding way more fun. Bull horns are also the way to go. Spending the extra on the pedals straps and bullhorns is the move. Overall my experience with this purchase was a positive one. Good beginner fixie, especially if like me you don't know if you will like riding fixed.

J
Jordan (Raleigh, US)

This bike is amazing, fast, and durable. It looks amazing! The only disappointing thing is the paint job. it came distorted on part of the bike, but isn't super noticeable. Well worth the wait for this!