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State Bicycle Co. adds 29er mountain bikes to line

Published February 17, 2016

TEMPE, Ariz. (BRAIN) — State Bicycle Co. has introduced its first 29er mountain bikes featuring graphics by artist and Cadence Cycling owner Dustin Klein.

Two single-speed models are available: the Pulsar rigid bike (MSRP: $649) and front-suspension Pulsar Deluxe $1,099), the latter of which features a RockShox Recon Silver TK Solo Air fork, upgraded brakes — Avid BB7s versus BB5s — and a SRAM GX 1000 1-by crankset with GXP bottom bracket. The standard Pulsar is equipped with a steel rigid fork and a Truvativ E400 crankset with Powerspline BB.

Spec for both chromoly bikes includes WTB SX 19 29-inch wheels as well as the Northern California brand's Vigilante 29 x 2.3-inch tires and Rocket saddle. Provided cable guide hardware allows for easy conversion to geared use, the company says.

"Having the opportunity to work with a production frame was a great experience," Klein said. "State offered a tremendous amount of support for what was possible with the product. I am very excited to see these bikes built up and shredded across the globe."

Mehdi Farsi, State Bicycle co-founder, said, "This project just felt right from the start. We knew a nonnegotiable was to deliver a solid product to the market, expand our product categories and work with Dustin, whose work speaks for itself."

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