Equipment //


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The 10’x4’ crowd control barriers are fabricated from steel pipe and covered with diamond mesh wire. They can be interlinked with one another and be used to construct:

  • Secure du- and triathlon transition areas

  • Secure finishing chutes for running events

  • Crowd control in general

  • Access and exit control

  • Instant and temporary fencing


The barriers are designed to be athlete-, spectator- and sponsor friendly:

Athlete friendly:

The steel crowd barriers at the perimeter of a du- or triathlon transition area, or at a finish chute of a running event, protect the athletes and their equipment from public and spectator interference and obstruction.

Spectator friendly:

In contrast to the “police type” crowd barrier used in most sporting events (and for crowd control in general) our crowd barriers are designed with spectator comfort in mind. Spectators can lean on the barriers with their forearms and have enough space on the ground to move their feet and legs into an offset position - taking strain of the lower back. This allows spectators to spend tireless hours watching the action.

Sponsor friendly:

The barriers allow a vast variety of promotional material to be displayed. Full size promotional banners (4 foot high by unlimited lengths) are attached to the frame of the barriers with cable ties. Smaller banners and logos of all sizes can be tied to the diamond mesh wire surface of the barrier.

The angle that the barrier forms with the ground allows a better visual impact of the attached promotional material to the spectators present at the event and to the TV audience.

Tritanium Sports offers the traditional bike racking system with a steel top rail from which the bikes are hung, using either the handles or seat. Every row is alphabetically marked and each participant’s racking position is individually numbered to correspond with the individual’s participant number.

The transition is fully fenced in and filled with row upon row of bike racks with enough room and wide aisles for easy entrance and exit. Cyclists mount and dismount at the exit of the transition area.

Tritanium Sports uses a metal H-frame finishing structure. It provides an ideal branding opportunity. Signs with sponsor’s logos can be displayed on this frame. Due to its size the structure is clearly visible from a distance to both athletes and spectators.

The frame is often used as back drop by both official and media photographers.

Tritanium Sports offers distance markers similar to 'For Sale' signs used by real estate agents. Made of a sturdy metal frame, they can either be planted directly in the ground or in a sturdy stand, which allows positioning anywhere on a bike or run route.

Large and bright, these signs can be seen from a distance and are available in both kilometer and mile distances. With interchangeable sections, they are a great way to brand your race with the race name and sponsor logos or names. 

Tritanium Sports bike route markers are bright, large and easy to spot from a distance, which is of utmost importance when travelling at top speed on a bike.

Built to stand on sturdy legs, they can be positioned anywhere on the course, especially when the route is about to take a turn to the right or left.

Sponsor names or logos, or the name of the race can easily be attached for the all important race branding.

At Tritanium Sports one of our main goals is always to keep our competitors safe and to have a great relationship with the public. These large, bright and eye-catching signs are a great way to keep the public informed and your competitors safe on the road.

With a tripod leg design, these sturdy signs can be positioned anywhere and will stay upright in most weather conditions. Perfect to use where the course isn't straight and vehicular road users might not be aware of a cyclist right around the next bend.