“AARON AND JOHN KNEW EXACTLY WHAT THEY WANTED.”
AFTER TRP’S DEVELOPMENT TEAM SHOWED AARON AND JOHN THE FIRST PROTOTYPES OF THE TRP DRIVETRAIN CONCEPT, THEY WANTED TO BE PART OF THIS PROJECT. THEY TOOK EVERY OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE THEIR EXPERIENCES, VIEWS AND IDEAS TO TRP AND CRITICALLY TESTED THEIR IDEAS THEMSELVES UNTIL THEY BOTH HAD SMILES ON THEIR FACES.
“It’s a pretty complicated project to build a rear derailleur – there are a lot of patents and all kinds of things you have to work around. You really have to be very innovative to find your own way and also to make them better. What I’ve enjoyed most about working with the TRP crew is their confidence in John and me, their belief in the cause and us.” Aaron Gwin
“The end result of improving on a product is continuing to push the limits in all areas. That’s what really drives me. Try it for yourself, it’s pretty cool how you can push biking to new limits with all the improvements – you’ll be blown away.” John Hall
Aaron and his mechanic John Hall are constantly pushing and challenging the TRP team – that’s why we love working with them. In 2016 and 2017, Aaron Gwin already won two of his five overall DH World Cup titles on TRP brakes.