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State Bicycle Co. is Undefeated with First-Ever Carbon Disc Road Frame

State Undefeated Carbon Road Pearl White Tie-Dye front sidePhoto c. State Bicycle Co.
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State Bicycle Co, the iconic brand that continues to offer value-packed bicycles like the 4130 Steel collab, and the Black Label Allroad bike, have dropped their first-ever carbon fiber frameset –the Undefeated Carbon Disc Road Frame.

The Undefeated Carbon Disc Road Frame will be added to their comprehensive list of bicycles for all types of riders.

Undefeated Carbon Disc Road GraphitemPrism
Photo c. State Bicycle Co.

This new frame is constructed using “cutting-edge carbon fiber materials” and targets the serious cyclist and competitive rider. The Undefeated Carbon Disc Road is said to be lightweight, and durable, with an eye toward stiffness and power transfer.

We are thrilled to bring an accessible top-of-the-line performance to the masses“, said Mehdi Farsi, Co-Founder of State Bicycle Co. “Our team and staff, including myself, have been riding these as prototypes for about 3 years now. After the pandemic has cooled we’re finally able to bring this to light and we know our audience will love it. We hope this can take our more serious riders’ performance to the next level, without breaking the bank“.

Undefeated Carbon Disc Road Geometry

State Undefeated Carbon Road Geo

Undefeated Carbon Road Geometry Specs and Weights

Sold as a frameset, the Undefeated will include the frame, full carbon fork, integrated headset, carbon seatpost, and the front and rear axle. Details were a little thin on the press release & site, so we reached out for some additional specs: while still listed as 30mm in a few spots, the official tire clearance number is 700c x 32mm giving you plenty of options for a modern road bike. The internal cable routing is compatible with mechanical, Di2, and wireless groupsets, and it can be built up with 1x or 2x drivetrains with 52t or 55t maximum chainring sizes respectively. While the frame includes a carbon seatpost, it measures 27.2 if you want to run something else.

Specs:

  • Frame: ​ High-mod T800 carbon fiber
  • Fork: Full Carbon Fiber Fork & Steer Tube (430 grams uncut)
  • Headset: Included – Integrated and Sealed
  • Bottom Bracket Standard: BSA (Threaded)
  • Front Axle: 100x12mm (thru-axle included)
  • Rear Axle: 142x12mm (thru-axle included)
  • Carbon Fiber Seat Post (included): 212 grams
  • Max Tire Clearance: 32c

Frame Weights (painted)

  • 45cm: 1100g
  • 48cm: 1110g
  • 50cm: 1120g
  • 52cm: 1120g
  • 54cm: 1160g
  • 56cm: 1160g
  • 58cm: 1200g

Retail

Retail: $1299 (for either color)

Check out all of State Bicycle Co’s bikes available at the link below.

StateBicycleCo.com

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blahblahblah
blahblahblah
1 year ago

nice

Jon
Jon
1 year ago

Hong Fu FM008SL

Will
Will
1 year ago
Reply to  Jon

Yeah, and actually seems like a not-bonkers markup

TypeVertigo
1 year ago
Reply to  Jon

FM008SL is rim-brake. This more closely resembles the FM088 instead.

Jason DW
Jason DW
1 year ago

Do the people who buy State want carbon? Studies show that, maybe.

Eugene C
Eugene C
1 year ago
Reply to  Jason DW

If State makes an e-bike, will it be called the Estate? Makes u think.

Gecksnbikesnsht
Gecksnbikesnsht
1 year ago
Reply to  Eugene C

Your pun is lame and they already make an ebike called the “ebike commuter”, somehow defying all odds by having an even lamer name than the one you came up with.

Mike
Mike
1 year ago

It’s refreshing to see posted weights for each frame size, the fork, and seatpost. I wish more manufacturers would do this. It seems like it would take all of 10 minutes at “bike company HQ”. Sure most may not care, but for those who do, you almost never see such comprehensive data.

Mattew
Mattew
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Due to variances in production and cry babies (see weight-weenies), big brands don’t post frame weights for the sake of avoiding warranty claims based on advertised vs real weight.

BNystrom
BNystrom
1 year ago
Reply to  Mattew

More than that, there are scumbag attorneys that will sue manufacturers over virtually anything. It’s easier to avoid potential issues and include warnings that “Specifications may change without notice.”

mark Hagen
mark Hagen
1 year ago

Is this a collab with the streetwear brand Undefeated?

Gecksnbikesnsht
Gecksnbikesnsht
1 year ago

Is it only the road version that has a carbon frame and not the track version? If so state kinda fumbled the bag here imo

Ed LLorca
Ed LLorca
1 year ago

Can’t say I like the name undefeated. Specially since it has never even competed

FrictionDi2
FrictionDi2
6 months ago

I’ll buy something like Bassi Hogs back instead. A bike that isn’t comfortable or designed to carry anything is hardly worth buying. North Americans don’t really understand bikes outside of competitive forms. It is interesting that people think Rivendell bikes are off but in Europe a bike like a Joe A wouldn’t standout at all. NA riders need to get Unracered.

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