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State Bicycle Company – Fall 2019 Collection

If you are in the market for a fun city bike that doesn’t cost a lot and is low maintenance, the State Bicycle Company should be on your list.

State Bicycle Company

For the past decade, State Bicycle Co. has provided riders with visually appealing bikes with a value that can’t be found anywhere else in the industry.

State started with the 4130 and has continued to build upon the quality throughout the years, the endless pursuit to offer the best bike one can find for under $500.

State Bicycle 4130 Line

State Bicycle Steel Line

The 4130 line is designed to meet the basic needs of getting around town, to-and-from class, and the casual weekend ride. The three new bikes truly reflect the brand of State Bicycles, by using colorways that pop for a classic look that will draw attention without leaving your wallet thin. The 4130 steel frame keeps the bike more than durable enough for the everyday rider for years on end. Riders will notice the new headtube and down tube graphics that accentuate each frame. The 4130 Riser Bar option will now come stock with Vans Grips at no-additional cost. State has modified the diecast dropouts to now accommodate a rear rack, as well as the frame too for internal cable routing. 

The Sokol, Army and Perplexing Purple are built with advanced geometry, next-level design, and flexibility to customize from top to bottom. Choose from the traditional 40m deep-v wheels or the new “lo-pro” wheelset for a lighter and more slimmed-down look. Easily transition from fixed gear to single speed with the flip-flop hub. Includes front and rear brakes for easy control and gum-wall tires for that classic look.

4130 Features:

4130’s list of cool features

  • 4130-grade double-butted Chromoly steel frame w/ upgraded dropouts and cable routing.
  • Lo-pro” or 40mm deep-v style wheels with a flip-flop hub for single-speed or fixed use
  • Handlebars:  4 styles, same price: Bullhorn, Drop, Riser, Pursuit (Vans grips). 
  • Includes front & rear caliper hand brakes
  • Wellgo alloy pedals
  • Synthetic leather saddle with steel rails. 
  • MSRP: $449

State Bicycle Core Line:

State Bicycle Core LIne

The Core Line has been improved as well, with the frames receiving die-cast dropouts with integrated tensioners for better ease of use and durability. Those dropouts now hold onto sealed-bearing hubs, another key durability upgrade for a $299 bike.

Core Line models come with riser bars w/ Vans grips, but now riders can customize their bike by upgrading to bullhorn or drop bars.  The new changes can be found on legacy models The Wulf, Ghoul, and Pigeon as well as State’s newest Core-Line releases the Delphin and Rigby.

Core Line Features:

Core Line’s list of cool features

  • Durable Steel Frame with new cast dropouts ft. integrated chain tensioners
  • Deep V Wheel Set ft. 40 mm High-Flange Hubs w/ Sealed Bearings
  • Includes 16T Freewheel and Fixed Gear Cog – Easily Ride Fixed Gear or Single Speed
  • Choose Riser Bars w/ Vans Grips (Standard) or Bullhorn, or Drop Bars w/ Bar Tape
  • Includes front & rear caliper hand brakes
  • MSRP: $299.99

State Bicycle Black Mirror 6061 Black Label V2:

State Bicycle Black Mirror

This is all about the finish, but what a finish it is! The Black Mirror is the first Black Label model to get Chrome-finish components, which really pop on the black frameset, calling out the mirror-finish silver decals. It’s a subtle stunner to be sure.

Black Mirror Features:

Black Mirror’s list of cool features

  • 6061-Grade Double-Butted Aluminum frame / Full carbon tapered fork
  • Black Label Mid Profile Wheels with sealed hubs – Easily Ride Fixed Gear or Single Speed (w/ addition of freewheel)
  • CNC’d Black Label Track Crank – 170 mm / 144 BCD / 48t ring
  • Handlebars:  Compact Drop Bar or Wide Riser Bars w/ Vans Grips
  • Includes front & rear caliper hand brakes
  • Wellgo Alloy Pedals  w/ Toe Cages
  • Premium Aerodynamic Race Saddle  

MSRP: $679.99

About The Author

Tom Crandall

Tom has been writing about photography, cycling, running and fitness since 1988, covering everything from the product reviews to the latest in fitness trends. Tom is the Editor-in-chief of,,,, and a few other publications, he began racing in college while getting an Information Resource Management degree at George Mason University. Based in the photography and cycling-crazed city of Austin, Texas, with his wife Kathleen and pug Olaf, Tom enjoys running, walking or riding most every day.

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