Looking for a lightweight carbon fat bike for that’ll fit any tire you could throw in there?

The RSD Carbon Fat Bike Fork was originally designed for their Mayor Fat Bike. But with a low retail price and massive compatibility, they had so many requests for it to be sold separately. And now you can win one!

It has a 490mm Axle to Crown, 15x150mm front spacing and a 51mm Offset. It’s also capable of fitting the biggest tire/rim combination currently available on the market – 100mm rims with 5.05″ tires as well as 29+ wheels with 3″ tires.  It’s full carbon, all the way up through the tapered steerer tube, and weighs in at just 690 grams! It’s a super light fork that shares the perfect balance of strength and durability, precision and outstanding riding characteristics making zero compromises…

Just fill in the quick 4-question survey below to enter to WIN 1 of 2 RSD Carbon Forks valued at $349 each today! Click here for mobile or if you can’t see the embedded survey. Be sure to include a valid email address. Good luck!

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TIP: Scroll down inside the survey window to see all of the questions and to hit submit. Can’t see the survey? Hit the link above to open it in it’s own window.

SURVEY CONTEST RULES: By submitting your response, you agree to these rules, terms & conditions: Only one entry per person. Multiple entries from same person will disqualify that person. All participants must provide a valid email address, as that is how RSD Bikes will contact the winners. All entrants’ email addresses may be added to the email newsletter/marketing lists for Bikerumor.com and RSD Bikes. Any emails sent from either party will contain “unsubscribe” options. Contest closes at midnight (12pm) PST on Saturday, February 17, 2018. Winners will be selected at random and results are final. Winners will have one week from the date of notification of winning to respond, after which RSD Bikes and/or Bikerumor.com reserves the right to choose an alternate winner.

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