State Bicycles 6061 Black Label V2

Oct 5, 2017

Category: Rides

For those who love the minimalist look of track bikes but don’t quite want to go in on a professional frame just to get around town, State Bicycle Co.’s Black Label V2 is well worth a look.

An update of State Bicycle Co.’s popular Black Label line, this bicycle combines high speed looks with a quality lightweight build that won’t break the bank. It features a 6061 aluminum frame, an American made carbon-fiber fork from Essor, and a set of lighter mid-profile wheels along with a number of customizable features. With just the click of a button you can choose between drop bars or risers, a wide range of chainrings, as well as things like a bottle cage, lights, pedal straps, and more. The lightweight 17.75 pound bike can be picked up in four different colors either online or from your local dealer.

Purchase: $630

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