More than 50 people gathered in Scottsdale, Ariz., for the 4th Annual ElliptiGO Winter Classic, which was the first event organized by the recently formed Global ElliptiGO Riders Club. Attendees represented 10 states and came from as far away as Florida, New Jersey and Massachusetts. The Classic featured group rides on Saturday and Sunday for riders of all levels. After the rides, attendees enjoyed a variety of activities, including sand volleyball, lounging poolside, dancing and socializing.
If you're planning to participate in the World Championships of Elliptical Cycling, you may be wondering, “How do I prepare to climb 4209ft across 11.69mi at a steady average grade of over 7% … and survive?” We give veteran advice on training - even if you don't have hills to ride in your area.
Since its beginning in 2010, the 11.69mi, 4209-foot climb up Palomar Mountain’s South Grade has played host to the World Championships of Elliptical Cycling. Elite athletes from a variety of sporting backgrounds, as well as competitive early-adopters of elliptical cycling have established this course as the ultimate measure of one’s ElliptiGO fitness.
The 7th Annual ElliptiGO Rally weekend once again brought together owners from across the country for fun rides, good food and great conversation.
The weekend’s activities officially kicked off Saturday morning with the World Championships of Elliptical Cycling, a grueling 11.69-mile climb up Palomar Mountain. Read the recap of the men’s and women’s races, which featured dominating performances, a new record, and an unexpected dash to the finish.
When we set out to create the world’s first outdoor elliptical bike, our dream was not just to create a revolutionary new product, but also to launch a new competitive sport. In 2010, we took our first step toward realizing that dream by hosting the first ever Elliptical Cycling World Championships.