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The bike which has won the last four straight Kona Championships is finally available in the USA. Here's our in-depth review of the Speedmax SLX, and its little brother the Speedmax CF.
Matt Russell has been riding TriRig products for years. For 2019, the elite pro and 6th-place Kona finisher upgrades to our Omni bike and Alpha One bars.
There are LOTS of wheels on the market. So when any genuinely new tech comes around, it gets us excited.
Phil White took some time to chat with us. Ever want to know what he thought of the P4? What's his favorite project? Get it all in our interview, right here.
These are probably the narrowest hub flanges we've ever seen on a spoked aero wheel. They significantly reduce the frontal area of the spokes. How do they perform? Check out the full article for more.
Our Universal Front Brake cover is nearly ready, and will perfectly integrate Alpha One into any bike for the ultimate clean front end.
For the second year in a row, TriRig is honored to host a gallery of race-day images from the Ironman World Championships, courtesy of the amazing pro photographer Aaron Palaian.
Each year, we proudly present our gallery of race day images at Ironman Hawaii, featuring the finest rigs and riders in the sport. Enjoy!
It's finally time for the big show. The last hurrah. The Ironman World Championships. Here's all the gear we checked out at the 2018 Ironman Village Expo in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
We caught up with Mr. Wildflower in Kona and got some shots of his new Dimond rig, with custom paint and an Alpha One cockpit.
Seven year after the launch of the original Shiv Tri, Specialized has finally unveiled its successor. With VERY polarizing looks, and a number of interesting features, there's a lot to unpack here.
The defending World Champ is back on the island with a mostly-stock Canyon Speedmax SLX, with a slick paint job and one VERY special upgrade.
Cameron Wurf is one of the uberbikers in the field, and we caught up with him out on the Queen K for a look at his rig.
Ventum surprised and delighted this week, with their new NS-1 road frame, which does a fantastic job of being clean and light. Here's our first look and first impressions.
Out on course for a training ride, Daniela Ryf preps for the big show on Saturday. Here are all the details of her race rig.
Michelle Vesterby out on course with her very slick and finely-appointed Argon18 E119+ rig.
Canyon has unveiled a beautiful new cockpit for the Speedmax SLX which cuts the number of columns from three to one, and reduces the frontal area significantly.
MORF Tech built up an Omni with one of their slick and innovative aerobars. The result is gorgeous.
The boutique carbon parts manufacturer out of Seymour, Indiana is back with an updated website, and some very useful new bits for the discerning triathlete.
Some more interesting things we spotted on the showroom floor of Interbike's 2018 edition in Reno, Nevada.
Interbike was a wildly different beast this year, with many MAJOR brands absent. But we still managed to find some interesting bits and pieces out in Reno.
Interbike is back! And now it's in Reno. Enjoy our early gallery of Outdoor Demo, and check back tomorrow for lots more once the indoor show starts.
When industry veteran and former Pro Tour mechanic Nick Legan decided to sign up for a 12-hour Time Trial, he knew there was just one aerobar he wanted to run.
Some beautiful images of the IM 70.3 World Championships, courtesy Getty Images. Fully HALF the podium was rocking TriRig gear on their bikes!
Alpha One is the most important product TriRig has ever made. And with the new Monopost, it's better than ever.
We've been working on a new Universal Front Cover which mates Alpha and Omega, hiding hardware and cables in the process. Here's our first pre-production sample.
BiSaddle is an innovative and interesting entrant into the tri saddle market, with a uniquely-adjustable split-nosed saddle. Here's our take on this interesting seat.
Anne Haug sent us some photos from her time testing in the wind tunnel. She has been having a fantastic season, and we're proud to have her riding Omega X brakes and Alpha X aerobars to victory.
The STAC Zero trainer is neither hyperbole nor marketing fluff. It's a genuinely new technology. And it's really impressive.
Some great shots of Brent McMahon out on course for his sub-8 race at Ironman Texas, courtesy Talbot Cox | BE13.
Andy Potts is back in action for 2018, sporting his new Ceepo Viper R equipped with TriRig Omega X brakes.
From now on, every Alpha X sold includes Tilt Hardware and Ergo Cups for the same great price, making this best-in-class bar even better.
As Silca expands their offerings to cater to the average consumer, we explore the depth and breadth of their new products.
Status Update: the first batch of Alpha One bars are on their way to TriRig HQ, and slated to ship soon!
Alpha One is, quite simply, the most important and functional product we've ever made. And it's designed to change the way you interact with your bike.
Professional photographer Aaron Palaian was out on course for the 2017 Ironman World Championship race, and got some unique and interesting shots of the athletes on course. Enjoy!
TorHans has launched their new Bento X, which improves and expands on the features of the original AeroBento.
Our favorite snap-top bottles are now available in 500mL and 750mL capacity with subtle TriRig graphics.
Athletes who want the slickest low-stack setup on their Alpha X now have a new option: the Slammed Clamps. In stock now!
The contenders, the pretenders, and all the rest, duking it out for glory at the 2017 Ironman World Championships. Enjoy the gallery.
Interesting bits and pieces from the expo at the Ironman World Championships.
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.
Camilla Pedersen is looking ready to roll on her Canyon Speedmax. Check out the gallery!
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.