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State Bicycle Co’s Undefeated Road Bike

State Bicycle Co’s newest model is a road bike, unlike anything they’ve produced before. The aluminum Undefeated Road Bike comes as a frameset for $649, or with an Apex 1 build ($1,299), and even a Force eTap AXS build ($2,899).

It features a carbon fork and a prism-inspired paint job. Check out more at State Bicycle Co.

State Bicycle Co: Pulsar SS 29r MTB

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State Bicycle Co: Pulsar SS 29r MTB

There’s no reason you should have to spend a couple grand on your first mountain bike. Perhaps that was the motivation behind State Bicycle Co’s latest model, the Pulsar SS 29r MTB. With graphics designed by Dustin Klein, a SRAM and WTB build kit, with optional Rockshox Recon fork upgrade, these affordable bikes look great and pack everything you need to get rolling on your local trails. See full specs below and more information at State.

State Bicycle Co’s Singlespeed Off-Road Division

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State Bicycle Co’s Singlespeed Off-Road Division

First debuted at Interbike, State Bicycle Co’s new singlespeed off-road division is now available for pre-order with a mid-November delivery. Their affordable cross bikes are available with a Reynolds wheel upgrade – which is almost as much as the bike itself, or as frames to be built us to your specification. Blastin into the fat marketplace are two singlespeed fat bikes, one coming in under $500 with an admittedly fun coaster brake setup and another with disc brakes for under $700.

See the full State Bicycle Co Off-Road Division below.

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State Bicycle Co’s New Off-Road Division

Keeping up with current demand, State Bicycle Co has launched a new off-road division, including a fatbike and singlspeed cross bike:

“Say hello to the newest and most tenacious members of the State Bicycle Co. family: The Off-Road Division. This premiere line of Cyclo-Cross Bicycles and Fat Bikes were consciously built to take you as far & wide as your spirit of adventure can go.

We took our Team Riders out to some of the most singular landforms of the West Coast and Southwest, Cyclo-Cross and Fat Bikes in tow, and sent them barreling into terrain that gave us genuine pause. Three states, eight locales, more than a few attempted daredevil stunts, and a broken arm later, we realized something: it doesn’t get much better than adventuring through the unbeaten path with your friends.”

More information to come from State.

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State Bicycle Co: Hell Ride

Living in a place where it’s usually over 100 degrees and 70% humidity, I’d rather be swimming than riding at high noon. Then again, the Hell Ride is something special…