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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!

Not only was this the most fun Iíve ever had building up a bike, but the final product is quite easily the best road bike I've ever ridden.
For the first time in history, both the men's AND women's World Championship Ironman titles were won aboard tri-specific, UCI-illegal rigs.
Ironman Champion Andy Potts came to TriRig Headquarters for a full-on Service Course treatment to his race bikes. Here are all the details.
The B2 is now Felt's third-tier tri bike. But the way we built it up, I'd pit it against the best of the best from ANY brand.
As usual, the Boulder 70.3 transition area was filled to the brim with some of the most beautiful triathlon equipment around. Have a look.
Boulder 70.3 went off with a bang! The legendary race in the Boulder countryside always makes for some beautiful images. Enjoy the supersized gallery.
Here's a look at some of the snazzy pro rigs at the Boulder Peak Olympic-distance triathlon. Check back later this week for a gallery of race images.
This Shiv is my personal ride, dressed to the nines and built with the finest gear in the sport. Enjoy the detailed writeup and supersized gallery.
We took another walk along the Oceanside Pier, where the expo had turned into Pro central. Have a look at the goodies we saw.
The man, the myth, the legend: Jesse Thomas gave us a quick look at his newly-spiffed-up Shiv just ahead of Oceanside 70.3
Andy Potts got his brand new Kestrel 4000 SL build just in time to defend Oceanside 70.3, complete with a prototype Omega SV front brake.
In a previous article, we went over every aspect of the bare P5 frame in detail. Now we take you through building it up.