State Bicycle Co. partnered with the National Park Foundation to create a limited-edition collection of bikes, apparel and accessories using imagery from the National Park system.  A portion of the proceeds will support the park’s mission to connect with more people.

“It’s an honor and privilege to have the opportunity to work with the National Park Foundation,” said Mehdi Farsi, chief brand officer, co-founder, State Bicycle Co.  “As riders, we must ensure that we are taking care of our outside playground and preserving it for future generations of riders. For many Americans, this starts with the national parks. We hope that we can all do our part in preserving and promoting the beauty of the great outdoors.”

The bike collection includes five frames, each painted with images and motifs to pay homage to a park: 4130 All-Road (Joshua Tree), 4130 Road Bike (Glacier), Core-Line (Redwood), and 2 Klunkers (Grand Canyon & Yellowstone).

The apparel collection is made from recycled 100 percent post-consumer waste, using garments from State Bicycle Co.’s Sustainable Clothing Collection. Each tech-t, cycling jersey, and bib set is constructed with Repreve fabric.

Five matching handlebar bags, inspired by the parks, were released as part of the collection.

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Photo courtesy State Bicycle Co.