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Last year's Kona bronze and current Kona marathon record holder Patrick Lange is back to improve on his third-place spot. Like defending champ Jan Frodeno, he has some nice custom bits on his rig.
We caught up with Jan Frodeno training out on the Queen K. Here's a look at his rig, including some slick custom front-end hardware.
An open letter regarding customer service and quality control of our products.
We've been reviewing Epix Gear kit since TriRig first began. Their new top-shelf GoFierce line is by far the most impressive stuff we've seen from Epix.
2012 World Champion Leanda Cave is back and ready for action on her new custom-painted Canyon bike.
Felt HQ is always a cool place to visit, with little gems everywhere. Here, we detail Mirinda Carfrae's Kona-winning ride and two Felt employees' unique IA's.
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.
The new e-tube Di2 junction boxes are big and bulky, making them difficult to hide from the wind. But Shimano already makes a special little part that makes hidden cables a cinch.
Taking its lineup of elite saddles to new heights, Dash has just launched a custom post/saddle combo that is impressive, to say the least.
In our final segment of this year's Ironman World Championships, we're going to take a closer look at the wide array of custom helmets made just for the pros.
Everyone's favorite boutique tri saddle maker now offers a rainbow of custom color options, and some very handy geometry tweaks.
Known for his eccentric equipment choices, Iowa native TJ Tollakson has a lot of great things to say about the particulars of his gear.
The custom upgrade components Glen Alden showed us last year are finally available as aftermarket upgrades. We got a look at the first production pieces.
Before we close the books on Galveston, here's one more feature on some of the unique setups we saw out there, including an update to TJ Tollakson's crazy front end.
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.
Without a doubt, this is one of the sleekest Speed Concepts we've seen. Glen put a lot of work into customizing this machine, and it shows.