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We took a close look at Joe Gambles' bike leading in to the 2017 race. Here are all the details and a video with Joe.
Selected bits of the goods and glory from the outdoor products at Interbike 2017. Check back tomorrow for the first day of indoor coverage.
Shimano's Di2 electronic shift system has been a favorite of ours since we first wrote about it in 2011. A lot has changed since then, and we wanted to publish an update on Di2 as it relates to triathletes.
Here's a detailed look at the Shiv of Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander, now complete with TriRig Omega brakes!
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.
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.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the past year was Trek's launch of a completely new, insanely-improved Speed Concept. Here's our in-depth review of the baddest superbike in town.
Not only was this the most fun Iíve ever had building up a bike, but the final product is quite easily the best road bike I've ever ridden.
Jimmy Seear is a fast up-and-comer who caught our attention at the 2013 Boulder Peak. Here's how we tricked out his ride.
Ironman Champion Andy Potts came to TriRig Headquarters for a full-on Service Course treatment to his race bikes. Here are all the details.
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.
This Shiv is my personal ride, dressed to the nines and built with the finest gear in the sport. Enjoy the detailed writeup and supersized gallery.
Andy Potts got his brand new Kestrel 4000 SL build just in time to defend Oceanside 70.3, complete with a prototype Omega SV front brake.
Orbea took their time developing the successor to the original Ordu, and to be rather frank, I'd say that the wait was worth it.
The Wildflower sensation just got his brand new S-Works Shiv, on the eve of the 70.3 World Championship race in Vegas.
Ultegra Di2 TT components are built around the new E-tube system and will be compatible with upcoming 9070 Dura-Ace Di2. Read on for the whole scoop.
You've seen reviews of Shimano's electronic group from the roadies - here's our in-depth look from the triathlete's perspective.
Electronic is getting cheaper for roadies - but not yet for triathletes.