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Jeff Bosch appointed his P-Series perfectly, with all the best TriRig gear plus a paint scheme that brings it together like The Dude's favorite rug.
Every once in a while, a customer rig is so fun we can't help but to share it. This is Joshua Lisk's custom-painted P3 adorned with wild paint and lots of choice components.
The 2018 Kona bronze finisher is back this year on a completely new rig from a new sponsor, but still looking great.
We are fortune to have some amazing and dedicated customers who have sent these fantastic pictures of their TriRig-equipped rigs. Enjoy!
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.
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.
Our first pass around the showroom floor at Interbike 2017.
Shots of all the hot gear at the IM World Championships expo, including the new BMC, new Parlee, and more.
The official reveal is tomorrow. But today, we saw a Cervelo P5X riding down the Queen K, and grabbed a few spy shots before it sped by.
Molly Van Houweling has been after the UCI Hour Record, and has ridden a record-length attempt. Here is her trusty Cervelo T4, decked out to perfection.
Here's a thorough survey of the top bikes in the industry, and all their individual strengths and weaknesses.
Although Kona is not a desert, you can still see a mirage on occasion. We spotted several athletes on the Queen K who made us do a double-take.
Cervelo's new entry-level frame is probably the best deal on the market. Great tech, great price, and eminently upgradeable.
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.
Not only was this the most fun I've 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.
The 2013 edition of the Ironman World Championships was one of the most explosive races in recent memory. Here is our supersized gallery of images of the cyclists out on course. Enjoy!
The gloves came off, and the rain came down. Here's our gallery of the 70.3 WC race-day event.
Cervelo has just unveiled a ground-up redesign of its most popular tri-bike, dressed in P5 DNA and ready to rock transition areas everywhere.
In a previous article, we went over every aspect of the bare P5 frame in detail. Now we take you through building it up.
We're building up a project P5, but before the components go on, we're taking a thorough look at this smart new frame.
As we get ready to leave Las Vegas behind, we wanted to make sure we go out with a bang. So we saved some great tidbits for last, in our Day 3 Gallery.
It was a long, hot day in the Nevada desert, full of exciting racing and an upset of the established order. New winners were crowned in Sebastian Kienle and Leanda Cave. Check out our supersized gallery.
The season is drawing to a close, and the 70.3 World Championships will be raced tomorrow morning here in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here's what we saw at the expo.
We checked out the Stage 7 time trial of the Pro Cycling Challenge in Denver, Colorado, capturing all the glorious time trialing gear and racing action.
We're half way between last year's Ironman Kona and this year's edition. Here's a look back on some of the AG rigs from the Big Island.
When you log tens of thousands of km in a year, even tiny problems can turn into big ones. Tom Danielson's solved a foot problem with careful cleat placement and varus wedges.
As promised, I'm updating you on the Omega brake project. I got the first working prototypes back, and have been testing them out.
The Cervelo P5 is finally here. Was it worth the hype? Oh yes. It's absolutely glorious, in both its triathlon-only and UCI-compliant forms. Cervelo knocked it out of the park.
Cervelo had the biggest surprise of the expo by bringing wind tunnel prototype parts that may be seen on their upcoming tri bike.
Take a look at the rigs that Craig Alexander and Melissa Rollison used to win the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Las Vegas.
Joanna Lawn is all geared up for Kona on her trick Cervelo P4
You've never seen a P3C with this kind of customization. Simon has done some one-off work with carbon fiber to make his ride unique.
Bob Chambers gives out all the details about his Cervelo P4 in our 'Your Rigs' feature.