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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!

Following his win at the inaugural Ironman Boulder, we caught up with Justin Daerr and gave his bike an aerodynamic overhaul.
Cervelo's new entry-level frame is probably the best deal on the market. Great tech, great price, and eminently upgradeable.
Let's take a look at the gritty details of Ironman Boulder's top rigs.
For the second year in a row, TriRig has given Potts' bikes our most elaborate custom treatments, to save him Watts and get him to the finish line faster.
Here's a very detailed look at some of the best pro rigs we saw at Ironman 70.3 Boulder
Pro triathlete and friend of the site Jimmy Seear has just finished tuning his rig for the 2014 season. He came to TriRig HQ for the final touches.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the past year was Trek's launch of a completely new, insanely-improved Speed Concept. Here's our in-depth review of the baddest superbike in town.
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.
Jimmy Seear is a fast up-and-comer who caught our attention at the 2013 Boulder Peak. Here's how we tricked out his ride.
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.