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Hit the road in style on this Wu-Tang Clan fixed-gear bike

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TL;DR: Through Nov. 23, you can get the State Bicycle Co. Wu-Tang Clan Bike for just $450 instead of $475 — that’s a 5% discount.

Bicycles are a great way of commuting or running errands and getting a little exercise while you do. It’s also better for the environment than driving your car, and you get a little time to enjoy the sights you may have missed if you were driving. 

This holiday season, ride in style with the State Bicycle Co.Wu-Tang Clan Core-Line Bike. This finely crafted bicycle has the legendary hip-hop group’s signature colors and is ready to ride. Celebrate the season of gratitude as we drop prices on some best sellers, including the Core-Line Bike, a deal you can get for just $450 until November 23, 11:59 pm Pacific.

A smooth ride for a music lover

Go for a ride with this fixed-gear single-speed bicycle themed after the Wu-Tang Clan. Despite the durable steel frame, this bike only weighs a little over 24 pounds, great for quick commuting and packing into the car. This sleek bike has comfortable platform pedals and a custom Wu-Tang Urban Comfort Saddle. You can see that same branding in the handlebars, a set of Riser Bars with custom Wu-Tang Grips. 

Take your new wheels out for a spin around town or along a dirt road. Hit the front and rear caliper brakes for a fast, smooth stop. This bike comes with a Deep V Wheelset with 40 mm High-Flange Hubs that have sealed bearings. If you’re looking for a simple, fun bike that isn’t over-complicated with excess gears or bells and whistles, this could be a great fit, especially because it comes in multiple sizes. 

Ride with the Wu-Tang Clan 

Looking for a simple, sleek bike that’s easy to control, fun to ride, and has a hip-hop vibe? Get the State Bicycle Co. Wu-Tang Clan Bike while it’s on sale for $450 (reg. $475) now through November 23. No coupon code needed. 

Prices subject to change. 

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