Rigs

We aren't called TriRig for nothing. We survey the triathlon bike setups of amateurs and pros alike, and feature the best ones here. Enjoy!

The contenders, the pretenders, and all the rest, duking it out for glory at the 2017 Ironman World Championships. Enjoy the gallery.
The 2012 World Champion is back in Kona for another go. Cave is married to Ventum's co-founder, Diaa Nour, and gets to ride this slick Ventum One.
Check out our detailed video of Ironman Champ Jesse Thomas' Dimond Marquise, complete with Alpha X front and and dual Omega X brakes.
Pete Jacobs has been under the radar for the last few years, but never count the 2012 World Champ out. He's back on a new BMC rig, looking ready to roll.
We caught up with Heather Jackson out on the Queen K with her stealthy Cannondale Slice, and always-wild Wattie Ink kit.
Michelle Vesterby is one of only a handful of athletes on the new, as-yet-unreleased Cannondale Super Slice, including a new prototype cockpit featuring tilt hardware.
Linsey Corbin's Trek Speed Concept. She looks ready for race day!
Last year's Kona bronze and current Kona marathon record holder Patrick Lange is back to improve on his third-place spot. Like defending champ Jan Frodeno, he has some nice custom bits on his rig.
Matthew Russell has been a Kona regular for several years, and is back on the new Andean to put the hurt on. Here's a look at his rig.
Happy TO is back on the island to test his mettle. The new dad is looking happy and ready.
We caught up with Jan Frodeno training out on the Queen K. Here's a look at his rig, including some slick custom front-end hardware.
We took a close look at Joe Gambles' bike leading in to the 2017 race. Here are all the details and a video with Joe.