Trionline provide a range of services to make cycling easier for triathletes and serious cyclists alike!

Trionline is all about the bike and it's riderHire a bike box. Hire a set of race wheels. Get professionally fitted to your bike.

Bike Box Hire

With a typical Tri/TT bike retailing at between £1,500 and £15K, the last thing you want is your bike getting damaged in transit. The solution is simple – Hire a bike box. We hire the award-winning Polaris Bike Pod Pro.
The Polaris Bike Pod Pro has been designed to keep your bike safe when travelling. It’s perfect for cyclists going abroad to events; bike protection for flying to a triathlon, Etape or a mountain bike holiday.
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Bikefit™ Bike Fitting

Bike fitting is the harmony between rider and bicycle where we strive to achieve the most powerful, efficient and comfortable riding position. A proper bike fit has more to do with the saddle, handlebars, brake levers and hoods, stem and, most importantly, shoes, cleats and pedals..
Whether you are new to cycling and want to have a comfortable and efficient set up, or you are a seasoned Triathlete looking to achieve an aerodynamic and powerful position and still be able to get off the bike and run, we can offer a fit to suit you.

Bike Fitting

Race Wheel Hire

Want a set of wheels for your Road Race, Triathlon or TT? trionline now offer Race Wheel Hire with a range of Zipp Wheels from the fantastic rolling 303s to the 404 and 808 Combination.
Please contact us to discuss your requirement, check availability and reserve your set for your next race.
We will even offer you a discount if you choose to buy a set after you have hired them. Try before you buy!

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We can also supply you the perfect equipment to help you achieve your goals. Talk to us about your needs after a BikeFit or after hiring wheels or a bikebox and we will source the best kit at the best price for you.


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