Oct 11, 2019 article by Nick Salazar, images by Jeremiah Mitchell

Andy Potts has always been one of our favorite athletes. He is a true professional in every sense of the word, and is dedicated to his sport and his career in a way that very few athletes are. At TriRig, we are particularly grateful because he has been riding our Omega brakes since the very beginning. And he has ridden them to so many Ironman and Ironman 70.3 wins, we have lost count!

We detailed Andy's previous Viper R setup early last year, and this year's Kona setup is largely unchanged. However, there are a few notable differences.

First off, he has swapped out his Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain for Vision's setup, swapped out his rear Kappa cages for Vision's cages, and generally looks to be staying sponsor-correct wherever he can for the 'Big V' who has been with him since very early on.

There's also One other change that I can't quite place. It's just One other thing that seems important ... hmmm ... I'll have to think about it ...

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