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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the State Bicycle Co. 6061 Black Label All-Road. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
19 reasons to buy
- Owners were impressed with how fast and fun the 6061 Black Label All-Road was, both on-road and off.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road comes in at a very affordable and competitive price, for a 1x gravel/all-road bike.
- Buyers can choose to equip their 6061 Black Label All-Road with 700c, 650b or both wheel sizes.
- Commuters were pleased with the performance of the 6061 Black Label All-Road as their daily ride.
- With dark yet subtle paintwork and tanwall tires, the 6061 Black Label All-Road oozes restrained style.
- 6061 Black Label All-Road buyers can choose from ‘Dark Woodland’ or ‘Deep Pacific’ colorways.
- State Bicycle Co. has intentionally specced the 6061 Black Label All-Road with affordable, in-house manufactured parts to lower the bike’s overall price.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road fits tires as wide as 650b x 2.2” or 700c x 45c.
- Vittoria Terreno Dry tires are versatile, providing the 6061 Black Label All-Road with both grip and speed.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road’s components; such as stems, steerer tubes and handlebars, are standardized to make upgrades and replacements simple.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road’s internal cabling keeps filth out and maintains a clean look.
- On trails, the 6061 Black Label All-Road feels agile, light and maneuverable.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road maintains stiffness by using up-to-date thru-axles, front and rear.
- After long rides, the 6061 Black Label All-Road continued to deliver a comfortable ride with minimal fatigue.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road uses a carbon fiber fork to increase comfort and decrease weight.
- State Bicycle Co.’s 11-speed drivetrain, with 11-42t cassette, was capable of taking the 6061 Black Label All-Road across steep terrain and rugged singletrack.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road is available in four sizes, to fit riders from 5’3” up to 6’3”.
- At 21 to 22lb, the 6061 Black Label All-Road sits in a very respectable weight class.
- The geometry of the 6061 Black Label All-Road is angled toward fast and lively riding.
7 reasons not to buy
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road’s off-brand components keep prices low but are unlikely to prove as resilient as higher-end name-brand options.
- A reviewer suggested that, without modifications, the largest size of the 6061 Black Label All-Road may not fit taller riders.
- Buyers sometimes received their 6061 Black Label All-Road with untrue wheels.
- The 6061 Black Label All-Road’s mechanical disc brakes seem underpowered to some testers and riders.
- Some 6061 Black Label All-Road owners were upset over the lack of off-road comfort provided by State’s road-style saddle.
- Reviewers complained of a lack of cargo and water bottle mounts on the 6061 Black Label All-Road.
- A number of testers feel the 6061 Black Label All-Road’s handlebars are excessively narrow.
Expert Reviews71/100 based on 4 rated expert reviews
State Bicycle Company 6061 Black Label All-Road Review:
A Little Too Cheap
A nope sandwich. There are too many blatant cost-cutting decisions that haven’t just created a so-so-performing bike, but one that’s potentially dangerous, too. There are just too many glaring errors in the execution for us to recommend this to anyone.
State 6061 Black Label Review: The Best Gravel Bike Under $2,000
The bike can be raced. Throw on 650b wheels, and you can tackle singletrack trails. It’s arguably the best gravel bike under $2,000. The handlebars are narrow. Lacks mounts for longer distance rides. Limited sizes.
State Bicycle Co. 6061 Black Label All-Road: Getting Rolling
I’m really enjoying my rides on the 6061 Black Label All-Road. The bike had a very smooth, effortless feel under acceleration. The stock mechanical disc brakes are perhaps the most underwhelming aspect of this bike.
Ride Report: State Bicycle 6061 All Road
If you could only have ONE bike, the 6160 All-Road would be a great choice. Very responsive and simply a blast to ride. Lightning fast. A fun and comfortable road bike, too. Most extended bikepackers will want a lower gear ratio.
This Is the Versatile and Affordable Drop-Bar Bike You’ve Been Waiting For
State Bicycle Co. hit a sweet spot of affordability and versatility with the 6061 Black Label All-Road, an aluminum drop-bar bike that straddles the line between rugged road bike and adventurous gravel bike. The All-Road can conceivably tackle anything you’d care to undertake with a drop-bar bike.