23rd October 2012
Trigon coverage in Cycling Weekly as the Walker family head out on the saddle in Derbyshire
9th October 2012
Cycling Weekly took the opportunity at Sunday's Monsal hill-climb to look at Gunnar Gronlund's ultra lightweight Trigon hill-climb bike. The current National Hill-Climb Champion's bike tips the scales at a fraction over 6kg as seen here.
The heart of the bike is a Trigon SL Project carbon...
19th September 2012
Featured in the Sun newspaper, 10 things that Jonathan Rea really can't do without includes his Trigon RQC29. Jonny says in the article "Keeping fit is a massive part of being a motorsport athlete, so it's pretty important for me to enjoy my training. When i travel around the world my bicycle com...
17th August 2012
9th August 2012
This week Cycling Weekly take an in depth view at the Trigon RQC-29 Complete Road Bike awarding it a whopping 10 out of 10.
3rd August 2012
Trigon and RST Racing Team member and national junior circuit race championship Gabz Cullaigh speaks to Cycling Weekly about education, childhood and which British cycling icon he Googled after meeting him
6th June 2012
"Trigons RCC11 boasts an excellent weight for the price and crucially - a fantastic ride' - Cycling Plus
Built to the same high standards Trigon use to make the top of the range RQC29, the RCC11 enables riders to benefit from the full range of Trigon's exstensive manufacturing experience....
1st May 2012
Trigon’s slogan — as light as a feather, as fast as a stallion — might sound like a Muhammad Ali quote adapted for Bruce Lee, but the Western bike world still ought to prepare for, if not a left hook, then a karate kick from the Far East. The&n...
29th January 2012
Until a few years ago, Taiwanese carbon ﬁbre specialists Trigon only made frames and parts for other brands, including PRO and Pinarello. Then they realised they could use their expertise to produce a range under their own name, too.
The race-focused RQC-29 boasts a high-val...
12th January 2012
Trigon is a Taiwanese carbon fibre specialist which, until a few years ago, only made frames and parts for other top brands (including Shimano Pro and Pinarello). Then they realised that they could use their expertise to produce a range under their own name. A UK distributor came on board a year ...