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!

Matthew Russell has been a Kona regular for several years, and is back on the new Andean to put the hurt on. Here's a look at his rig.
Happy TO is back on the island to test his mettle. The new dad is looking happy and ready.
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.
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.
Jeremiah Mitchell is a pro triathlete who has been working with TriRig all year in Shipping and Logistics. Recently, he started riding our Omni, and immediately took it to a race win and bike course record.
I bumped into Cervelo co-founder and aero Godfather Gerard Vroomen at Outdoor Demo. Here is a look at his newest creation, the Strada.
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!
Our complete aero report on the Omni, and how its wind-cheating design fares in the wind tunnel.
Kona 2016 was an amazing race, both Frodeno and Ryf successfully defending their titles from last year. Enjoy our MASSIVE gallery of race-day bike photos.
Although Specialized has not introduced a new bike since the Shiv was launched in 2011, Tim Don's rig caught our eye getting its last-minute tuneup before tomorrow's race.
Some detailed shots of the new Diamondback Andean out on the water in Kona.