4130 Road - Black & Metallic - (8-Speed)
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4130 Road 8 Speed

Overall frame build and paint quality is very high. Ride is extremely comfortable, and responsive, feels lighter than claimed weight. Component quality also very good for price point .... except rear derailleur. Shifting on to the bigger cogs is very wonky, also feels like there's some slippage in the shift lever. Going back to dealer for adjustment, will update review once I've done so.

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C.B.
Great Value

This bike rocks. The steel frame and 28mm tires combine to make this thing ride like a Cadillac. Descent range in the cassette makes hills a breeze. I love the tapeless bar wrap, too. For the price, I don't think you can get much better for a utility commuter or recreational road ride.

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4130 Road - Black & Metallic - (8-Speed)

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D.R.
Decent Bike for the Price

Got my 4130 and put her through the paces tonight. I’m a bicycle mechanic by trade so am pretty familiar with how these things work out of the box. A few things I’d like to address right off the bat...
1. The badge work leaves something to be desired as it’s not properly riveted on and pops off easily. MAJOR BUMMER!
2. There were a number of chips in the paint up by the head tube and around the seat clamp area. These things happen but it gives me a chance to scope the paint job, it’s pretty thin and I can tell it’ll be getting powder coated within the year most likely.
3. The seat tube down by the bottom bracket looks like it has a slight curvature to it. I’ll be checking for certain with a level tomorrow.

Aside from those few things the bike is really well put together and for the price is a great little pony to ride. She shifts smoothly, runs quiet and sprints up climbs like she was born for it. This is my second State Bicycle and I’d recommend them for entry level cyclists.

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R.T.
4130 road

So simple, so fun, just makes me want to ride. Came more assembled than I expected. A little tweak to the gears after some cable stretch and all is perfect!

4130 Road - Black & Metallic - (8-Speed)
Timeless Design with some modern details

The 4130 Road Series is perfect for the rider who loves the clean, timeless aesthetic offered by State Bicycle Co. but needs the gears to help with a hilly commute.

See What the Experts Have to Say! (Read The Reviews):

Introducing the State Bicycle Co. 4130 Road Bike. Built on the double butted 4130 Chromoly frames that the company was founded on, this stunning machine pays homage to classic road bikes with plenty of modern qualities. Distinct to the 4130 Road is a highly-responsive classic 8-speed down tube shifting. The bike sports a fully CNC machined crank with 44t chainring with an 11-28 cassette, giving a versatile range to any rider in the city. While keeping classic styling, up-to-date features like a 1 1/8" threadless stem and light-weight wide rims capable of handling 35c clearance. State Bicycle Co. paid attention to every detail in our first geared-road bike offering, with special ornamentation on the brake levers, hubs, brake pad holders, saddle and more. The frame accommodates both front and rear racks. This bike is the perfect commuter for anyone who loves the clean, timeless aesthetic offered by State Bicycle Co. but needs the gears to help with a hilly commuter.

[SPECS]

  • FRAME:  Double Butted 4130 Grade Chromoly Steel
  • WHEEL SET:  Light-weight 'Lo-Pro' Wheels w/ Sealed Bearing Hubs and 28c tires
  • GEARING:  44T Chainring w/ 11-28T Cassette
  • DERAILLEUR:  Sunrace RD-R81 8 Speed
  • HANDLEBARS: Aluminum Drop Bars**
  • PEDALS:  Includes Alloy Pedals from Wellgo
  • SADDLE:  Includes Polyurethane Synthetic Leather Saddle w/ Steel Rails 

    SIZE:  5 Frame Sizes to fit any Rider Height from 5'1" to 6'6" (Size 55cm Pictured)

    WEIGHT:  10.26kg 
    *(Weights Taken Using a Size 55cm Frame)

    NOTICE: **Please note this bicycle ships from the United Kingdom, and thus the brakes are routing per typical UK Guidelines (Right Side - Front Brake / Left Side- Rear Brake). Additional bar tape will be made available upon request if your purchase requires reversal of the brakes 

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        WARRANTY:  5-year warranty on all bicycle frames and 1-year warranty non-consumable parts. Warranty activated when you submit proof of professional assembly. Learn more about our Warranty Policy.

        SHIPPING:  We ship six days a week. Tracking information is provided upon shipment. Learn more about our Shipping Policy.

        RETURNS: If you wish to return your purchased item, you may do so within 7 days of delivery. Learn more about our Return Policy.

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        Customer Reviews

        Based on 11 reviews
        64%
        (7)
        9%
        (1)
        27%
        (3)
        0%
        (0)
        0%
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        T
        T.
        4130 Road 8 Speed

        Overall frame build and paint quality is very high. Ride is extremely comfortable, and responsive, feels lighter than claimed weight. Component quality also very good for price point .... except rear derailleur. Shifting on to the bigger cogs is very wonky, also feels like there's some slippage in the shift lever. Going back to dealer for adjustment, will update review once I've done so.

        C
        C.B.
        Great Value

        This bike rocks. The steel frame and 28mm tires combine to make this thing ride like a Cadillac. Descent range in the cassette makes hills a breeze. I love the tapeless bar wrap, too. For the price, I don't think you can get much better for a utility commuter or recreational road ride.

        A
        A.F.

        4130 Road - Black & Metallic - (8-Speed)

        D
        D.R.
        Decent Bike for the Price

        Got my 4130 and put her through the paces tonight. I’m a bicycle mechanic by trade so am pretty familiar with how these things work out of the box. A few things I’d like to address right off the bat...
        1. The badge work leaves something to be desired as it’s not properly riveted on and pops off easily. MAJOR BUMMER!
        2. There were a number of chips in the paint up by the head tube and around the seat clamp area. These things happen but it gives me a chance to scope the paint job, it’s pretty thin and I can tell it’ll be getting powder coated within the year most likely.
        3. The seat tube down by the bottom bracket looks like it has a slight curvature to it. I’ll be checking for certain with a level tomorrow.

        Aside from those few things the bike is really well put together and for the price is a great little pony to ride. She shifts smoothly, runs quiet and sprints up climbs like she was born for it. This is my second State Bicycle and I’d recommend them for entry level cyclists.

        R
        R.T.
        4130 road

        So simple, so fun, just makes me want to ride. Came more assembled than I expected. A little tweak to the gears after some cable stretch and all is perfect!