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Bob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hill Climb

With a finish 14,130 feet above sea level, the Mt. Evans Hill Climb is billed as the highest cycling event in the world and known as one of the toughest. The 27-mile course includes almost seven thousand feet of total climbing with an impressive net gain of 6,575′ from start to finish.

Posted July 24, 2010 by David in Customer Stories, Epic Rides
Portland to Seattle Ride

Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic

Erin and Bryce Whiting, Bryan Pate and Brent Teal rode alongside 10,000 other cyclists in the two-day 202.5-mile Group Health Seattle to Portland (STP) Bicycle Classic.

Posted July 17, 2010 by David in Customer Stories, Epic Rides

Newton’s Revenge

What could be more enticing for us at ElliptiGO than an event that claims to be “The Toughest Hill Climb in the World” and attracts professional cyclists like Tyler Hamilton and Tom Danielson each year? We found out about Mt. Washington because we bought a book listing the 100 toughest cycling climbs in the country,

Posted July 10, 2010 by David in Customer Stories, Epic Rides
Dean Karnasas

The San Francisco to Los Angeles Epic Ride

In March, more than 25,000 runners from around the world made their way to the LA Marathon by train, plane or automobile – but not Dean Karnazes. Dean, the ultimate adventurer, propelled himself almost 500 miles from San Francisco to the LA Marathon starting line on an ElliptiGO.

Posted March 19, 2010 by David in Epic Rides
Death Ride 2009

2009 Death Ride

We often say that climbing hills is what the ElliptiGO does best. The Death Ride provided a great opportunity to prove it. On July 11th, two ElliptiGOs successfully completed all five passes in the 2009 Death Ride -- a 129-mile event that includes more than 15,000 feet of climbing in the Sierras.

Posted July 1, 2009 by David in Customer Stories, Epic Rides