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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.
We always wanted to know what it was like to ride in aero down a dirt path. So we built Raptor, a bike with Gravel bones and a Triathlon soul.
Some quiet words with Joe Gambles about his decision to come to TriRig and ride the Omni. Enjoy!
One of our favorite triathletes of all time, multiple Ironman champion Joe Gambles, is now part of Team TriRig!
We've already posted our race-day gallery, but here are some detailed shots of our four pros who rode the Omni at Indian Wells.
Ben Deal is one of several pros riding the Omni, and here he goes in depth with a detailed video review of his rig and wife Summer's rig as well!
Champion. Survivor. Father. You could call Matt Russell a lot of things, but we're just grateful to call him a friend. Here's our in-depth look at his race rig, locked and loaded for Ironman Hawaii.
Check out all the great gear and additional trends from the Ironman Boulder bike course.
In the past couple years, the overall bike tech scene has changed a lot for the top pros in our sport. Let's take a look at the current state of affairs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jeremiah Mitchell is a pro triathlete who has been working with TriRig all year in Shipping and Logistics. Recently, he started riding our Omni, and immediately took it to a race win and bike course record.
I bumped into Cervelo co-founder and aero Godfather Gerard Vroomen at Outdoor Demo. Here is a look at his newest creation, the Strada.
Kona 2016 was an amazing race, both Frodeno and Ryf successfully defending their titles from last year. Enjoy our MASSIVE gallery of race-day bike photos.
Although Specialized has not introduced a new bike since the Shiv was launched in 2011, Tim Don's rig caught our eye getting its last-minute tuneup before tomorrow's race.
Some detailed shots of the new Diamondback Andean out on the water in Kona.
Yet another new bike showed up in Kona. We spotted Andy Potts aboard a new Cannondale Slice with disc brakes.
We caught up with Jesse Thomas and snagged shots of his new Dimond, with updated storage options on the beam and BB cluster.
A few casual shots of our TriRig Omni relaxing outside Huggo's restaurant in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
We saw Andreas Raelert screaming down the Queen K on a new blacked-out rig, so we snapped some quick photos. We're guessing this is a new Cube.
Several new bikes are coming out, but unlike others, BMC has no problem displaying their name loud and proud on the bike, with logos for all to see.
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.
Three years ago, Felt launched an all-new platform in the IA that has become a huge success. We finally got the chance to build up one of our own, and this is the result.
It's been six years since we saw this stunning bike. Could it be made even lighter today? We've refreshed the article with larger 960px-wide images for your viewing pleasure.
After our original look at the bike from Kona in 2014, we got a complete bike for more thorough review. Here are our impressions.
The new Orbea Ordu OMP is a standard-design bike with superbike pedigree. Check out our full review of the new whip.
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!
The Concept Speedmax is easily Canyon's slickest tri bike to date, and it's definitely a head-turner. Here's our take on the new rig, ridden by race favorite Jan Frodeno.
Completely revamped from a year ago, the new Legend prototype is a no-chainstay, disc-enabled frame which Culprit aims to launch via a Kickstarter campaign.
With polarizing aesthetics and a very interesting aero story, the new Ventum One is certainly turning heads. Here's our complete rundown of the new machine.
The new and long awaited for is ultra wide, hides cables, and cleans up the front end, at a $1200 upgrade cost. Here are all the details.
The new LOOK 796 Monoblade is a seriously narrow bike, sure to put up amazing low-yaw drag numbers in the wind tunnel. Here's our first impression.
The new Argon18 E119 is perhaps the most exciting new bike to come out this year. Here are all the ins and outs of the new machine.
Pinarello had Sir Bradley's record-setting Pinarello Bolide on display, and we think the ultra-custom bike is worthy of some individual attention.
Felt Bicycles is undoubtedly one of the industry's most engineering-driven bicycle companies. Here are some of the ins and outs of their development process.
The latest version of Felt's Kona-winning superbike now comes at an even lower cost, with standard interfaces on the brakes, bars, and stem.
Orbea has officially launched its new Ordu OMP, a bike aero optimized for our Omega X brakes. Here are all the details of this new ride.
Though it's often passed over, the Quintana Roo PRSix is a solid bike worthy of our rapt attention. Here's our in-depth review.
Scott pulled out all the stops with the Plasma 5, the superbike that carried Sebastian Kienle to a World Championship in Kona. Here's our complete review.
At TriRig, we can't seem to get enough of the sweet looks of the Dimond superbike. So when reader Mark Reith showed us his, we couldn't help but to share it.
Lots of readers have asked us about so-called open mold frames. Here's the scoop on one of these "no name" bikes.
The Falco V is one of the most radical new offerings on the market. The beam is back!
One last rig to feature before race day -- the Aussie champ known as Barny is looking lean, mean, and ready to race. Check out the video interview and gallery.
Double Dimonds! Following our look at Miak Twelsiek's bike, we look at the machine from the man who founded the company, Ironman champion TJ Tollakson.
Maik Twelsiek, Ironman champ and former Scott athlete, is now riding on the radical Dimond beam bike. Here's a close-up look at his rig.
Diamondback is brand new to the tri scene, but their first offering is pretty interesting. Here's our in-depth look.