$84.99 for 3-4 watts and a 100g savings this is very near a no brainer for someone looking to gain every watt they can.
An incredibly stable and comfortable perch – TriRig Ergo Cups – Review
The Alpha One is TriRigs most important product to date -and our first look dives into why
Because a phrase like “superior grip strength” matters – TriRig Kappa – Review
While TriRig doesn’t have a display here at Interbike that doesn’t mean Nick isn’t in town to check out the latest the industry has to offer. And with him he just happened to bring an Omni.
A truly unique design that will look like nothing else on the rack next to you in transition.
Check out the first two of three new product announcements from TriRig – Meet Kappa and Beta!
This week, TriRig posted something interesting to their Facebook page. It was a drag chart for a new product, compared with a baseline. So what is it? That’s a pretty good question.
When we first began testing the Omega X, we weren’t quite sure what to expect. After all, we knew we already loved the Omega. So in this case, we were […]
Halfway through our review of TriRig’s Alpha aerobar we were informed that we were no longer testing the Alpha. Now, with the introduction of the Alpha X, we were testing […]
If you wish to run, first you must walk. Although we think that might not apply to Nick Salazar, the brains behind TriRig and its component line, the Alpha, Sigma, […]
Two years ago we called TriRig’s Omega the “best mechanical rim brake on the market,” and we meant it. It was aerodynamically faired, easy to set for different wheels, stopped […]
Every time a manufacturer hints at a new product the bets start flying here at the Aerogeeks HQ. Depending on the manufacturer, debates are sparked on whether the news pertains […]
When we end our time with a product, we generally have a pretty good grasp on what we like and don’t like about it—the good points and the not-so-good points, […]
Time trial bikes have been getting better and better at going faster and faster. Aero enhancements let more power go to pushing the bike forward and less fighting the wind […]
When it comes to winning, losing, and just completing races, it’s easy to get caught up in the conditioning of an athlete or the technology they use and forget the […]
The past year has been an exciting year for the triathlon community. From a competition perspective we saw new champions in both Vegas and Kona. Not to mention a thrilling […]
Mike and I had a bet going about TriRig’s new product, Mercury. For anyone unfamiliar with TriRig’s Mercury, it’s a spindle-style pedal with three huge features: absurdly low stack height, […]