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!

Here it is: our complete aero solution, from tip to tail. Have a look and see why think that Omni is everything.
Jesse Thomas won Wildflower Long Course last weekend, his SIXTH time doing so. Check out his race-winning Dimond rig complete with Alpha X cockpit and Omega X brakes!
Ironman champ Andy Potts has been riding our brakes in an unofficial capacity for four years. At long last, he is now an official brand ambassador! Here are all the goods on his new rig.
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.
We caught up with Rinny out on the Queen K and took a quick look at her custom Felt IA. It's similar to last year's rig, with a couple important changes.