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State Megalith brings you big low-pressure fun without the mega price

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Just because it’s spring, there is nothing that says you have to put your fat bike in a storage locker until the next snow fall. We’ve seen State Bicycle Company before with some good looking bikes at good looking prices, and the Megalith is no different. Check out the geared & single speed options as well as the kinda yummy looking neapolitan scheme…


This color just makes me want ice cream, so perfect for summertime riding. Made with 4130 chromoly steel, the Megalith comes with or without gears and a build that is solidly off-road worthy. A great way to get a fat bike on the trails for under a thousand bucks. Some of the features include Avid BB5 disc brakes, a Raceface narrow-wide chainring, and…  a bottle opener of course! The geared version runs $830, while the single speed is a pretty wallet happy $700.

State_Bicycle_Fat_Bike_Megalith_Midnight_Blue_orange_8 SS JMO_3612_094ba0fd-9760-4669-858c-b16926278a8f Gear kit

They even sell a geared kit that you can add to your singelspeed later for $130. Doing that math, if you buy the SS and the geared kit to add on, you can actually save a buck over ordering geared version by itself and ride away with two drivetrain options. Sounds like a deal!

State Bicycle Megalith build specs:

  • Frame/Fork: 4130 chromoly steel
  • Tires: 26 x 4″
  • Rims: 100mm drilled out fat rims
  • Brake: Avid BB5 disc brakes
  • Headset: 1-1/8’’ threadless
  • Stem: 3D forged alloy
  • Handlebars: Alloy 8° sweep x 700mm wide
  • Bottle Opener: seat tube mounted
  • Geared Components:
    SRAM X 8 speed trigger shifter
    SRAM X4 rear derailleur (long cage)
    SRAM  PG-820 8 speed cassette 11-32
    SRAM PC 850 8 speed chain
    Race Face Narrow-Wide 34T chainring – 104 BCD


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8 years ago

not that good of a deal, on bikes direct you can get a fat bike with suspension fork for 700

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