Every year, dozens of triathlon industry employees take a break from the action of race weekend in Kona to find out what brands are the kings of the triathlon world. The annual Kona Bike Count involves five hours of tallying bikes, wheels, saddles, aerobars, aero helmets, power meters, and components as athletes check in their bikes the day before the race. The count gives the industry a scope of the previous year’s buying trends and an idea of who the players will be for the following year.

After an entire afternoon of tallying, the results are in and Cervelo is top dog once again. The Toronto-based bike builder has 468 bikes on the pier in Kona this year, 355 more than runner-up Specialized. Here are the complete results from all the categories.

Special thanks to the following people for assisting with the counts: Michael Zellman of SRAM, Specialized, Joe Tanaka of Ceepo, Chris Hewings of ABG, Silas Hesterberg of Scott Bikes, Tony Karklins of Orbea, Chris Mesigian of Advanced Sports, Jim Klemens of Beyond Fabrications, Frank Oberle of Scott, Bernard Desroches of Argon 18, Superdave of Felt, Tyler Pilger and Nick Howe of Trek, Andy Paskins of Zip, Brian Gavette of SRAM, Pierre Perron and Rene Plaunde of LG, Suzette Ayotte of Fi’zi:k, Dave Bunce of ISM, Morgan Nicol of Aero Design, Diogo Ferreira of Vision, Paul Nolasco of Profile, Ryan Ives of Pro, Dustin Brady of Shimano, Charles Becker of SRAM, Bill Keith of SRAM, Geoff Streator of CycleOps, Jeff Smith of Speedfil, Carl Hungus of Profile Design, Tyler and Brent of GU Energy Labs.

Bikes

Cervelo: 468
Specialized: 113
Trek: 108
Scott: 98
Felt: 96
Orbea: 82
Kuota: 77
Cannondale: 72
QR: 62
Argon18: 58
Giant: 52
Look: 48
Kestrel: 46
Guru: 40
Ceepo: 28
Pinarello: 18
Isaac: 18
Stevens: 17
Ridley: 16
Litespeed: 14
Colnago: 11
Storck: 11
PlanetX: 11
Fuji: 10
Blue: 9
BMC: 9
Jamis: 7
Beyond Fabrications: 7
Cube: 7
Focus: 6
Parlee: 6
Willier: 6
Griffen: 5
Elite: 5
Canyon: 4
Aegis: 4
Seven: 4
Time: 3
Javlin: 3
Serotta: 3
Linskey: 3
De Rosa: 2
BH: 2
Principia: 2
Louis Garneau: 1
Valdora: 1
Teschner: 1
Lemond: 1
Wave: 1
Softride: 1
Cheetah: 1
Renovo Hardwood Bicycles: 1

Wheels

Zipp: 1910
Hed: 255
Mavic: 164
Xentis: 149
Bontrager: 118
Reynolds: 86
Shimano: 81
Easton: 81
SRAM: 45
Rolf Prima: 33
Lightweight: 28
Campagnolo: 26
Edge: 26
Corima: 25
Token: 25
FFWD: 23
Planet X: 19
Blackwell: 3
Beyond Fabrications: 8
American Classic: 7
Spinergy: 7
Ceepo: 6
Nimble: 4
Profile Design: 2
Fulcrum: 1

Aero Helmets

Garneau: 223
Giro: 221
Rudy Project: 114
Specialized: 62
Lazer: 57
Divers: 29
Spiuk: 28
Bell: 27
LAS: 10
Ekoi: 10
Met: 8
Catlike: 7
Limar: 6
UVEX: 4
Scott: 3
Alpima: 2

Saddles 

Fi’zi:k: 508
Selle Italia: 347
ISM: 201
Specialized: 173
San Marco: 87
OE Spec’d: 70
Terry: 68
Cobb: 67
Profile Design: 44
SMP: 38
Prologo: 37
Bontrager: 35
Serfas: 27
WTB: 7
Forte: 6
Koobi: 5
Vision: 2
Pro: 2
Velo:

Aero Bars

Profile Design: 591
Vision: 446
Zipp: 136
Bontrager: 99
Easton: 88
3T: 69
Syntace: 67
Hed: 64
PRO: 56
OVAL: 51
Felt: 35
Argon: 27
Giant: 23
Specialized: 9
Deda: 8
Drop Handle Bars: 8
Xentis: 7
Cobb: 5
Most: 5
Use: 4
Shinamura: 4
Valdora: 3
ITM: 3
Scott: 3
Storck: 3
Uberland: 3
Ritchey: 2
Cheetah: 2
Walser: 2

Component Groups

Shimano: 1307
SRAM: 391
Campagnolo: 85
Other: 5

Power Meters

SRM: 163
CycleOps PowerTap: 153
Quarq: 51
Ergomo: 2

Hydration

Profile: 955
X-Lab Rear Carrier: 448
Hydrotail: 94
Speedfil: 86
Jetstream: 48
Bontrager Front Mount: 32
X-Lab Front Mount: 27
Specialized Rear Mount: 22
Podium Quest: 8
HED Lollipop: 8
TRAX Rear Carrier: 5
Never Reach: 3
Torhans: 2
Vision Front Mount: 2

Tires

Continental: 704
Vittoria: 193
Schwalbe: 164
Michelin: 144
Zipp: 108
Bontrager: 43
TUFO: 43
Vredestein: 28
Maxxis: 7
Hutchinson: 7
Specialized: 6
Challenge: 4
Panasonic: 1