On Oct. 20, ElliptiGO hosted the 9th annual Elliptical Cycling World Championships, which took athletes up Palomar Mountain in North San Diego County. The 11.69 mile route rises 4,209 feet to the summit at an average grade of 7%. Rusty Snow took top honors for men for the seventh year in a row, finishing in 1:12:21. Whitney Krempin placed first among women with a time of 1:38:41. Jeff Caron and Bryce Whiting joined Snow on the men’s podium. Laura Hagley and Kristin Schliecher joined Krempin on the women’s podium.
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Overall Results from the 2018 Elliptical Cycling World Championships
|Dave Griffith||1:35:15 * South Grade Road Only|
Results from the 2018 Elliptical Cycling World Championships – Men
Results from the 2018 Elliptical Cycling World Championships – Women
There were numerous participants who raced on a SUB (stand up bike), ElliptiGO’s newest product. While they were not eligible to compete for the Elliptical Cycling Championships, they clearly proved their capability as you can see in the results below. ElliptiGO is excited to announce that SUBs will have their own category to compete in during the World Championship next year.
Results from the 2018 Elliptical Cycling World Championships – SUB Participants