Announced earlier this year, the State All-Road offers clearance for 700 x 45mm or 650B x 2.1″ tires, plenty of mounts, and a sub-$1,000 price tag. It’s built up around a 4130 Chromoly Steel frame with geometry designed for all-day riding. As an added bonus, State gives the option to choose from 700c wheels with 38mm tires or 650b with 2.1” tires for the same price, or you can buy two complete wheelsets for an extra $349.99 to easily swap between the two.
State Bicycle Co. has teamed up with fellow Arizona local and global cycling ambassador Bicycle Nomad, Erick Cedeño, to create their first limited-edition version of the 4130 All-Road. All of the above still applies, but the frame is finished with Bicycle Nomad’s signature teal and orange colors, a topographic map overlay on the fork, and a special Bicycle Nomad head tube badge logo. The build also features a limited-edition silver finish on the crank and cockpit to really set it apart.
- Frame 4130 Chromoly Steel, 12×142 thru-axle
- Fork 4130 Chromoly Steel, 12×100 thru-axle
- Bars Custom State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1
- Brakes Promax DSK-300R Flat Mount disc
- Drivetrain State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1×11
- Crankset State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1, 42T
- Cassette State 11-42T
- Wheels 700c or 650b, 19mm internal width
- Tires (700) Vittoria Terreno Zero, 700x38mm
- Tires (650b) Vittoria Barzo, 650×2.1″
“The idea with the design was to create a bike that can do everything. Personally I wanted a bike that was a gravel bike, touring bike, bikepacking bike and a commuter; and this is it,” says Erick. “My favorite features are the components. The way the bike shifts gear is smooth and quiet. When I ride my bike across countries, I like to go into my thoughts. To me bicycle touring is about finding peace of mind. So I don’t want to hear the chain or gearing. This bike is quiet. Also – perfect geometry to be a do-all bike!”
The State 4130 All-Road Bicycle Nomad Edition retails for just $899 and is available in four sizes (extra small to large) for riders 5’1” to 6’5” tall. Learn more at StateBicycle.com.
Not familiar with Bicycle Nomad? We recently sat down with Erick Cedeño to learn about his recent partnership with Blackburn Design. Find that here.
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