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Last month, we teased that the multiple-time champ would be riding our bike. Here now, we present his race rig.
As with many products, we have made slight rolling changes to Alpha One as time goes on. Today's update is a significant improvement to the Dragonfly, making Alpha One better than ever.
Our readers VERY excited about the prototypes, and told us to go to production FAST. So we did. Scoops are here, and available in the TriRig Store. Here's a look at the final product.
The Roth 2nd-place finisher is ready to rock in Kona with a very clean Ventum One.
Jesper Svensson just tricked out his Ventum One with a slew of TriRig kit, including Alpha One, Beta, Kappa, and Styx, then rode to an amazing second-place at Challenge Roth! Check it all out here.
In an effort to help Ironman champ Matt Russell get the most out of his new Omni, we took him to the wind tunnel. And what we found out was pretty surprising.
Our well-loved Ergo Cups are finally available in a Universal version, with adjustable mounting hole slots to fit on virtually every aerobar on the market.
MORF Tech built up an Omni with one of their slick and innovative aerobars. The result is gorgeous.
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.
Alpha One is the most important product TriRig has ever made. And with the new Monopost, it's better than ever.
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.
MORF Technologies aims to disrupt the aerobar market with their clever and innovative hinged bar system. We take a close look at their work.
By popular demand, we have developed an advanced tilt kit for Alpha X, allowing users of our award-winning aerobar to pitch the extensions up (or down) as desired.
By popular demand, you can now purchase the Ultra-Low Dust Covers we developed for our Alpha X front end. Slam that stem!
Many readers have asked us about the compatibility of our Alpha X bars with the Felt IA bike. Yes, it fits like a glove, for both the new IAx and original IA frames!
Unveiled at Interbike 2014, FSA is designing some very fit-minded and function-rich front end products, though just at the concept stage right now.
At long last, TriRig is proud to present wind tunnel data and analysis on our celebrated Alpha aerobar.
This slick little BTA mount is designed specifically for our Alpha aerobar, and it's the cleanest, fastest way to dial in the perfect BTA setup for your Alpha.
Our proudest and most ambitious product has arrived: TriRig Alpha is here and it's ready to rock your bike.
The Alpha is finally here, in the flesh, on its way to production. Here are all the ins and outs of the aerobar.
You asked, we listened. Gamma Carbon is here and available in the TriRig Store.
It's our most ambitious project yet: a true triathlete's aerobar with some amazing features, fit, and design.
Hands down, this is my favorite Profile bar ever. Sleek, easy to use, smart geometry.
We caught a glimpse of a prototype carbon Zipp aerobar that will become the new top-end model.
Our custom extension project is finally finished, and the Gamma extensions are now for sale in the TriRig store.
Shimano's PRO component brand has come out with a gorgeous, high-end aerobar and stem both worthy of an in-depth review.
These new tri bars from Zipp are perhaps the best value in aerobars on the market today, combining affordability with enormous adjustability.
I designed some custom hardware to improve the Speed Concept's one big flaw. The result was something that could benefit a lot of riders. NOW AVAILABLE in the TriRig store.
3T has created a follow-up to its popular Ventus bar, showing that they're deadly serious about the tri market.
One of the most elegant, lightweight, and reliable bar setups on the market. Here's why Felt's lesser-known bar is big bucket of WIN.
The Zipp VukaShift extensions are sleek and sexy, and aim to solve a classic problem with S-Bends. We think Zipp nailed it.
It's about time that the quest for aero stopped being such a heavy proposition.
We take a look at SRAM and Zipp's new line of shifters. Gimmick or value? Read on.