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State Bikes X RIPNDIP Say “FU” with New Collab

State x RIPNDIP Collab Klunker heroPhoto c. State Bicycle Co.
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State Bicycle Co. has never been shy when it comes to cool collaborations. And with this new collab with RIPNDIP, there is no room to be shy. Introducing the State Bicycle X RIPINDIP FU Edition Klunker & Bag Combo, the Lord Nermal Core-Line single speed, and the apparel and accessories that come along for the ride. (Warning: some of the following may be considered NSFW)

State x RIPNDIP Collab top tube logo
Photo c. State Bicycle Co.

We know who State Bicycle Co. is, but who’s RIPNDIP?

RIPNDIP

RIPNDIP is a streetwear brand that is based in Los Angeles but has chapter stores in New York Soho, Mexico City, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. The brand is known for its “irreverent and fun-loving style” with the iconic cat mascot and bold graphics. RIPNDIP has ‘conquered’ the fashion world and is now turning its focus on bringing the brand’s unique vibe to the world of cycling.

Okay, let’s get on with the collab.

FU Edition Klunker and Bag Combo

State x RIPNDIP Collab FU Klunker up close

Retail: $450

The 27.5″ wheeled State x RIPNDIP-themed Klunker is a statement, to say the least. As a Klunker it is designed for those who like to keep things kind of low-key and chill. Add the RIPNDIP “FU” graphics, and your laid-back rides around town, pop-a-wheelies, and air-catchin’ shenanigans will be turnin’ some heads.

Lord Nermal Core Line Bike

State x RIPNDIP Collab Core line hero

Retail: $429

A bit more subtle, you can be single speedin’ around town on this beaut. RIPNDIP’s iconic, signature Lord Nermal cat graphics mean loads of fun. The vibrant colors and unique and fantastic head badge will be a conversation starter, for sure!

F You Handlebar Tape

Retail: $25

Not tired of making statements while riding? Then check out the “F You” bar tape… it’s got plenty of attitude. This tape “lets everyone know you mean business, and don’t care about theirs”.

FU Bar Bag

Retail: $40

The handlebar bag, in general, is the perfect place to keep your goodies and sundries while out and about. With the State/RIPNDIP bar bag you can now do it with all the attitude of a drunkin’ sailor…no offense, and thank you for your service.

FU Klunker Frame Bag

Retail: $70

this bag is perfect for taking your State Klunker off-road. It is cavernous enough to hold everything from a PB&J sammy to your tools, tubes, and snacks. Plus, it’s small enough to stay nice and tucked away so you can shred properly. Oh, and it carries the same attitude as the rest of the collection.

Check Out the New Kits

Retail: $70 (jersey only), $150 (jersey+bibs)

I don’t wear lycra when I ride, but these kits are making me rethink that. These cool kits round out the State X RIPNDIP collaboration with an emphasis on both fun and function. These bad boys will turn heads and get the conversation going, 100%.

Frida Jersey and Bibs

State x RIPNDIP Collab Frida kit

Obviously inspired by and paying homage to Frida Kahlo, one of the most important artists of all time. These kits mix in a little RIPNDIP to the graphics with lil’ Nermals poking out of the colorful leaves.

Nermal Camo Jersey and Bibs

State x RIPNDIP Collab Nermal Camo

If you ever wanted to blend into your urban surroundings while still standing out on the Saturday group ride, then this kit is for you. The colors are fantastic.

FU Jersey and Bibs

State x RIPNDIP Collab FU kit

Feeling froggy? Rebellious? Dawn this jersey and bib and it will do the talking for you. It’s got the same “edgy design and in-your-face attitude as the rest of this collection, it’s just a lil’ more direct. Plus, it gives you an excuse to bring out the can-o-whoop ass and ride hard and still have fun… not that you need an excuse.

StateBicycle.com

RIPNDIPClothing.com

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Jamie
Jamie
8 months ago

Yeah…..I don’t think RIPNDIP is a company you’d want to associate with anyone. Look up Domestic abuse and maybe change the article around.

Seraph
Seraph
8 months ago

I like State but this collaboration is a bit much.

Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford
8 months ago

Trashiest thing in cycling.

Michael
Michael
8 months ago

I’m not sure what the target audience would even be for this bike.

Dann
Dann
8 months ago

A terrible play by State. Swing and a miss

phroboi
phroboi
8 months ago

Posing the same question I did over on The Radavist:

@SBC + Bike Rumor crews, is this the kind of message you want to putting out there?

187
187
8 months ago

why can’t I swear in the comments

Greg
Greg
8 months ago

Uh OK

Tim
Tim
8 months ago

………this is just lame all around. I feel bad for Frida Khalo even being mentioned up there.

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