TriRig Service Course

The TriRig Service Course represents the best bike builds we've ever done. Much of our Service Course work involves pure custom parts, made to service a particular athlete or a particular need. And whether it's for a bike that belongs to an Ironman Champion, or one of our own personal rigs, what you'll read in these articles is sure to showcase some of the coolest gear you're likely to see in the triathlon world. Enjoy!

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.
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.
We pulled out all the stops to build a sub-16lb Omni, complete with some pretty special customization.
Here's a 17-year-old frame with bang-on modern components. The final build is 16.5 pounds and pretty slick indeed. Enjoy!
Here it is: our complete aero solution, from tip to tail. Have a look and see why think that Omni is everything.
The new Orbea Ordu OMP is a standard-design bike with superbike pedigree. Check out our full review of the new whip.
We recently did some custom work for pro triathlete Pat Evoe - enjoy the gallery of his custom front-end cleanup.
Just in time for Ironman Arizona, we tricked out the Blue Triad SL belonging to Paul Matthews - check out all the details inside.
Following his win at the inaugural Ironman Boulder, we caught up with Justin Daerr and gave his bike an aerodynamic overhaul.
For the second year in a row, TriRig has given Potts' bikes our most elaborate custom treatments, to save him Watts and get him to the finish line faster.
Tim Don is one of the most decorated athletes in the sport of triathlon. Here's his Specialized Shiv, finished up with a little love from TriRig.
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.