State’s value-focused bicycle offerings have always been a symbolic piece of the cycling world, placing an emphasis on the simplicity and expressiveness of riding, and its very own approach to the inadequacies of modern transportation. Now, more than ever, these cycling communities are looking to stand together in solidarity, illustrating the sport’s boundless drive for equality, acceptance, and accessibility. As such, State has created the 4130 All-Road — an affordable, conscious offering that strives to bring us all together.
For many new and aspirational riders, the ability to procure a dependable, high-performance bike is something that weighs heavily on the genre’s manufacturers. To remedy this, State has crafted what they believe to be one of the most dependable, durable, and well-outfitted sub-$1000 gravel bikes on the market today. Each 4130 All-Road introduces a set of 700c or rugged 650b wheels, a capable 11-speed drivetrain, and a sturdy Chromoly steel frame, complementing its unique, long-distance geometry. But that doesn’t mean the versatile steed isn’t equally as viable for shorter treks. It boasts a rack, fender, bottle-cage, and cargo-carrying options for the urban rider, as well as a 100/142 thru-axle — something typically only found on premium, high-end offerings. Head to State’s website to order an All-Road for your own in either Sonoran Tan or Pigeon Gray, and support its #25MilesForJustice campaign by putting in the miles.
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