Video Intro – RSD Mayor Test Bike

This video is a first look the RSD Mayor that recently entered our test fleet. Our test bike is equipped with a carbon fork, GX-1 1×11 drivetrain, Maxis Minion tires, Sun MuleFut rims, Avid Guide brakes, RaceFace crank and more.

We just got this one so we only have a couple of rides on it but the initial impressions are very favorable. Plus, we had last year’s Mayor as well so we will be able to experience first-hand the improvements that RSD has made to the mayor. Stay tuned, we will have more down the trail!

9 Responses to Video Intro – RSD Mayor Test Bike

  1. Perplexed December 7, 2015 at 4:55 pm #

    Are you sure you shouldn’t be reviewing riding lawnmowers?
    Do you fat grannies even ride?
    Let it go Rubes.

    • Steve December 8, 2015 at 6:44 am #

      Perplexed-Really? That is a constructive, well thought out comment? Knowing these two gentlemen, you may want to set a goal of knowing 1/4th as much about the bike industry (and fatbikes in particular) as them. When that is accomplished, come back and try to make a bit more respectful reply.

    • Gazoo December 8, 2015 at 7:06 am #

      Idiot…. What should their attire be for reviewing fatbikes? Hoodies, flip-flops and socks, or perhaps even the latest from Fox? Let’s think about this real quick you tard. You decided to insult the two guys putting in all the time, effort, and fucking work to bring YOU all this fatty goodness and your tiny brain decides that you want to contribute to the fatbike world by posting up some ignorant comment. You twat, go troll on another site. Your kind is not welcome here.

  2. Scott Peterson December 8, 2015 at 7:45 am #

    Dear Mr Perplexed,
    Perhaps you would enjoy the content over at Roadies R Us instead , where spandex rules and idiots drool. Here in the real world of Fat-Bikes, we actually ride something year round besides the couch. Next time scroll, and let us big kids get some fun done.
    As for the review of the bike, nice work men, super cool ride. RSD is putting out some top grade Fatness for the world, I would say a test ride is definitely in order.

  3. Ernesto December 8, 2015 at 8:55 am #

    Mr Perplexed.

    You have a classic and incurable case of sand in your vagina.

  4. McColgan December 8, 2015 at 9:31 am #

    Congratulations perplexed! You got you’re internet attention for the day. Now please go back to doing something constructive like seeing how many head butts it takes to break though a frozen pond.

  5. The Freak December 9, 2015 at 2:39 pm #

    Have to agree with perplexed not your average bikers. That said Fat bikers don’t care although a few of the comments above beg to differ but we are all shapes and sizes and must Fat bikers don’t feel the need to defend themselves I myself am a bit chubby but enjoy getting out there and do plenty of biking. Did laugh at the grannies line though ….Don’t take offense you guys who love these guys its a bit of a laugh….You Americans have that don’t you?

    Love to the Fat bikers x

  6. Martin December 10, 2015 at 12:49 pm #

    The Mayor is a solid bike… been riding one for two full seasons on the BC west coast… my go-to bike for all conditions now. Nice to see the hydraulic upgrade on the new one… did that to mine right away… makes the fatty way more controllable on steep and technical descents… The stock seat is really hard on the ass though… mine came with a race face atlas which gets swapped out on long climb days. No complaints.. no repairs other than normal maintenance.

    • Mike March 4, 2016 at 12:01 pm #

      Looking into the orange ’16 frameset to build up, what would likely be a better fit for me at 5’10” or just a hair under, M or L? I normally run 45-60mm stems and wider bars.

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