Kona Pro Bike: Matt Russell’s TriRig Omni

Get a close-up look at the unique TriRig Omni of American Matt Russell. Russell had the best Kona performance of his career with a sixth-place finish in 2018, and he’ll look to match or beat that come Saturday.

Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Matt Russell will be riding a TriRig Omni in size medium this year.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Russell’s cockpit has TriRig Alpha One Aerobars and a Profile Design Aero bottle.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Russell’s front drivetrain uses a 1X Vision Metron crankset with a 50t chainring and a 165mm crank length.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
One of the unique features on Russell’s setup is the use of TriRig track skewers for maximum aero.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Like many other athletes this year, Russell will be running a 1X setup up front.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Russell has kept it all in the family with a TriRig Kappa carbon water bottle cage holding Infinit nutrition.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Russell’s TriRig frame has a cool detail: A storable allen key for tightening/loosening the bolt-on hubs.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Onboard nutrition lives in the top tube storage system of the TriRig frame.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Russell will use a Polar bike computer to keep track of his metrics while racing.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Alto Cycling CC86 rim brake carbon clinchers will keep Russell rolling.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Russell will use 25mm Continental Gran Prix 5000 clinchers for Kona this year.
Matt Russell's TriRig Omni
Russell’s setup runs a SRAM AXS eTap rear derailleur with CeramicSpeed pulleys and a super unique 9-32 3T cassette to prevent spinning out after the Hawi turnaround.