Rigs

We aren't called TriRig for nothing. We survey the triathlon bike setups of amateurs and pros alike, and feature the best ones here. Enjoy!

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.
It's been a while since we showcased an ultralight build, but our inner weight-weenie is still alive and well. Have a look at this lovely custom rig.
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.
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!
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.