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New State Bicycle Undefeated II for ‘mastering fixed-gear crits’

New State Bicycle Undefeated II

State Bicycle, a specialist in the fixed gear/single speed bike market, has released the newest addition to its line-up of fixed gear bikes. After expanding its line into MTB and CX, State is heading back to its roots within urban bike culture.

The Undefeated II builds on the success of the original Undefeated I model, featuring advanced 7005 aluminum double butted tubing on top of features in the original Undefeated. Straight out of the box the Undefeated II is billed as a race-ready, beast of a machine.

The Undefeated II includes premium SRAM Omnium Cranks, Michelin tyres, Ritchey components, and a flip/flop hub Essor USA bolt wheelset, allowing the rider to run the bike fixed or freewheel.

The new frame features an oversized-tapered head tube and matching Essor USA full carbon fork, for ‘sharp handling and a nimble, responsive feel’. The Undefeated II has shaved 2lbs and 10oz from the previous generation, weighing in at 15lbs 6 oz.

The Essor USA Bolt 31 wheelset is seen as an added bonus, ‘being both lightweight enough to race (1736g) while still being durable to take a beating on the street.’ According to the company, these new features make State’s newest addition the perfect tool for mastering fixed-gear crits.


  • 7005-Grade Double Butted Aluminium Frame
  • Full (Blades and Steerer Tube) Carbon Track Fork by Essor USA
  • SRAM Omnium w/ GXP bottom bracket
  • Essor USA Bolt Wheel Set (1736g) – Flip / Flop Hub
  • Michelin Dynamic Sport tyres
  • Ritchey Components High-end alloy seatpost & stem
  • 31.8mm track drop handlebars

State Bicycle is a manufacturer, distributor and retailer of fixed-gear, single-speed, off road and city bicycles based in Tempe, Arizona. Founded in 2009, the company adds that it is committed to bringing the best product to the market and supporting the cycling culture through race and community events.




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