When State Bicycle Co. launched their drop bar equipped 4130 All-Road last year, it got a lot of attention. With a sub $1,000 price tag for a complete build, thru-axles, decent tire clearance, and all of the mounting points you could ever need, it checked a lot of boxes as a real entry-level contender. Leaning on the running joke that flat bar gravel bikes are just 90s mountain bikes, State just released a 4130 All-Road equipped with flat bars.
The State 4130 Flat Bar is features a Chromoly steel frame and fork, kitted out with mounting points for racks, fenders, and multiple bottles, as well as quadruple-pack fork leg mounts. Complete builds are based around a State-branded 1×11 drivetrain, with a 42T front chainring and 11-42T cassette. State has also mentioned that they plan to offer the drivetrain separately, as they did with the drop bar version which retails for $349 USD. From what we’ve put together it’s a State branded Sensah SRX Pro drivetrain.
State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Flat Bar Build Kit
- Frame 4130 Chromoly Steel
- Fork 4130 Chromoly Steel, 1 1/8″ steerer
- Headset FSA ZS-4D
- Handlebars State Bicycle Co. Black Label Riser Bars
- Stem Alloy 3D Forged, 60mm
- Seatpost Alloy 27.2mm, 350mm
- Saddle State All-Road Saddle, Steel Rails
- Crankset SBC All-Road 1 Forged 7075 AL, 42T
- Bottom Bracket Hollow Axle BSA 68mm
- Chain YBN 11-Speed
- Hubs Sealed-Bearing Thru-Axle, 12×100 / 12x142mm
- Wheels 700c or 650b, 19mm internal width
- Tires (700c) Vittoria Terreno Zero 700 x 38mm
- Tires (650b) vittoria Barzo 650b x 2.1″
- Brakes SBC Flat Mount Mechanical, 160mm rotors
- Cassette SBC 11-42T 11-Speed
- Shifters SBC All-Road 1, 11-Speed
Like the original 4130, you have your choice of 650b x 2.1″ or 700 x 38mm tires, with the ability to purchase a complete second wheelset for just $389. The wheels are tubeless compatible and use non-boost thru-axles. The 4130 Flat Bar is offered in four sizes, available in Cupertino Pearl or Fiesta Black, comes with a 5 year warranty, and retails for just $899.99 USD. Head to StateBicycle.com to learn more.
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