Testing the $800 All-Road Gravel Bike From State Bicycle Co.


Gravel bikes are great for the indecisive rider—instead of choosing pavement or dirt, you can ride both with one bike. Normally, you’d need to pony up well over a grand to get a decent one, but that’s changing now that State Bicycle Co., an Arizona-based brand known for its single-speed bikes, has jumped into the gravel game. This spring, State unveiled the 4130 All-Road, a steel frame gravel bike that retails for $800. Affordable and capable, the All-Road makes gravel riding accessible to just about anybody.

What It Is   

The 4130 All-Road is State’s first gravel bike, sure, but it’s really better described as a jack-of-all-trades. It’s designed to handle any road surface and even light singletrack, so you can use it as a commuter and then load it up with supplies for bikepacking on the weekend.

“It’s kind of like an SUV or Swiss…

Continue Reading to the Source


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here