Like everyone, we are doing our best to get through the current situation. Being fit feels more important than ever right now. Everyone at ElliptiGO feels very fortunate to be helping people around the world stay active, have fun and be healthy.
Dave Griffith is a steadfast member of our community. The motivating spirit that Dave shares with our community is something that carried him through his own journey back to health and beyond. We’re glad to share his story with you today, and honor him as our June 2019 Rider Of The Month.
With Earth Day happening this week, we wanted to highlight a rider who turns his rides into an opportunity to care for our planet. We’re excited to introduce you to our April 2019 Rider Of The Month, Luke MacDonald.
Whether you’re looking to burn a couple of extra calories or to positively impact the environment, we’re encouraging you to consider commuting on your ElliptiGO bike this Earth Day!
At the completion of last year’s GOGO Challenge, Ron Richardson was riding and rebuilding his strength following a leukemia diagnosis and chemotherapy. He did not let this news or treatment stop him.
Don your GO Green, don’t get pinched, and learn what makes our customers feel like they found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
ElliptiGO rider Brooke Hargreaves is an outstanding example of persevering through the process and accepting the easy with the hard. Over the last few years, she has lost over 45 pounds and over 30 inches in her measurements. Read our interview with Brooke.
The decorations are back in storage. Holiday trees are out on the curb. You may think the holiday season has come to a close, but there’s one more present left to unwrap: the Gift of GO!
On January 1st, 2019, ElliptiGO will make the price changes to our long-stride model bikes. Learn more about what to expect in the new year.
While most people training for a marathon experience the inevitable hiccup or two, ElliptiGO athlete Brian Reynolds had some significant challenges to overcome in his build up to the London Marathon – namely, a leg infection and emergency gall bladder surgery.