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Fancy Upgrades to State 4130 Flat Bar All-Road Bike, plus Gravel Groupset Sneak Peeks

State 4130 Flat Bar All-Road Rust against woodPhoto c. State Bicycle Co.
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Hot on the heels of the limited Purple Reign single-speed we lusted over yesterday, State Bicycle Co. has more news of awesome upgrades to the 4130 Flat Bar All-Road. New colors and some pretty major mechanical upgrades are now available on this affordable and value-packed bicycle that State says is the perfect bike for gravel and/or touring.

It might even mean an all-new affordable State Bicycle Co. Gravel 1 Group-Set could be just around the corner!

State Bicycle Co. 4130 Flat Bar All-Road bike

State 4130 Flat Bar All-Road Rust to Black
all c. State Bicycle Co. – new Rust to Black Fade

The two new handsome colorways are Rust to Black fade, the name of this color (sounds kinda metal and reminds me of that Neil Young song).

State 4130 Flat Bar All-Road turquoise fat tire side shot
Turquoise to Black Fade

Any who, the other color is called Turquoise to Black fade, not as metal sounding, but still very handsome.

What’s new?

Some of the mechanical upgrades come in the form of new hydraulic brakes, and an all-new rear derailleur, pushing the 4130 All-Road’s bang-for-your-buck factor up a few notches.

Wait what?

Tech Details – Gravel Group-Set Tease!

State Bicycle Co 4130 Flat Bar All-Road bike, flat mount hydraulic disc brakes

Yes, State now has their own branded mineral oil hydraulic flat-mount disc brakes. For now they are only paired with those entry-level Shimano-esque flat bar mountain bike brake levers, but we can only imagine the State would want to offer a drop bar version of their new hydraulic disc brakes to lower costs compared to their more halo SRAM AXS gravel bike builds!

State Bicycle Co 4130 Flat Bar All-Road bike, adjustable clutch 1x11 gravel derailleur

And yes, they have an all-new second generation of their wide-range 11-speed mechanical rear derailleur. Unlike their original self-branded drivetrain a few years back, this new one has apparently been upgraded with an internally adjustable clutch so the rider can tune how much chain stabilization they actually need vs. the added drivetrain drag.

State already offered their mechanical All-Road 1 Groupset separately for just $350 – before it sold out. And this might hint at a similarly affordable Gravel version in the near future. Fingers crossed!

State 4130 Flat Bar Features & Pricing

Retail: $900

  • Frame: 4130 Chromoly Steel with Thru-Axle Dropouts (12x142mm rear spacing) w/ 2 water bottle mounts, rear mounts for rack and/or fenders
  • Fork: 4130 Chromoly Steel with Thru-Axle Dropouts (12x100mm fork spacing)
    ​and 5 sets of mounts for water bottles, accessories, fenders, or racks, or add the Carbon Fiber “Monster Fork” for $299.99
  • Wheelset: 
    • 700c: Tubeless Capable Wheel Set w/ Vittoria Terreno Zero Tires, 38mm (tubeless ready)
    • 650b: Tubeless Capable Wheel Set w/ Vittoria Barzo Tires, 2.1″ (53mm)
    • EXTRA COST OPTION: Order the SECOND wheel set with tires and tubes, plus matching hubs, cassette, and brake rotors. Receive DOUBLE the versatility for ONLY $399.99 more.
  • Handlebars: ​ State Bicycle Co. Black Label Riser Bars
  • Brakes: ​ State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 Flat-Mount Hydraulic Disc. w/ 160mm 6-Bolt Rotors
  • Drive train: ​ State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 1×11 Drivetrain w/ Trigger Shift
    • Crank – State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 – 42t 
    • Cassette – 11-42t
    • All-New Adjustable Clutch Rear Derailleur
State 4130 Flat Bar All-Road turquoise lean

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Emo
Emo
10 months ago

Yes its cheap, but is it a good deal? I feel like paying a few more $ for a known drivetrain is probably the better deal, but I’d love to hear from people with firsthand experience on how well this stuff works and holds up.

Grillis
Grillis
10 months ago
Reply to  Emo

I have Sensah Empire on a gravel bike and it works well enough. If you’re capable of assembling a bike yourself, I would just buy it from Aliexpress and save some money.

Grillis
Grillis
10 months ago

The State shifters and derailleurs are just rebranded Sensah components.

SoCo
SoCo
10 months ago

There it is! I was wondering where I left my `96 schwinn moab.

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