Just a few months ago, our ElliptiGO team was in Atlanta for the 2020 US Olympic Marathon Trials. Of the over 700 qualifiers, there were close to 100 ElliptiGO athletes competing, many of which were among the favorites to make the team. With some of the deepest fields our sport has ever seen, a record number of qualifiers, and probably the toughest course in Olympic Trials history, there was a tremendous build up to these races that would decide the first Track & Field Team USA qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics.
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Runners and their coaches enjoy dirt trails as a key part of their training schedule. Now, your cross-training can also come off-road. Learn more about how your program will experience the same signature benefits of ElliptiGO Bikes in a whole new setting.
You can experience ElliptiGO bikes are the biggest events of the year. Check out what types of test ride and demo options we'll be offering at both the Collegiate and High School National Championships for Track & Field.
Amanda Rego has had a star-studded career, but she battled injury for five years and had three surgeries that prevented her from running consistently. Now in 2019, she is back on the track and running only seconds away from her PRs from 6 years ago. Learn more about how ElliptiGO got her back to the top of her game!
ElliptiGO athlete Brian Reynolds has been selected to compete in the 2018 World Para Athletics Marathon World Cup at the London Marathon.
ElliptiGO, along with 300 other guests, celebrated Meb Keflezighi’s New York City Marathon race and retirement at a surprise party on November 13th in San Diego.
ElliptiGO was out in full force at the New York City Marathon weekend, with top athletes represented in both the marathon and USATF 5k Championships and members of the Global Elliptical Riders Club (GERC) taking to the City streets to show off their GOs and get some miles in while spectating at the Marathon.
A stable of ElliptiGO athletes will be toeing the starting line of the TCS New York City Marathon and USATF 5k Championships on November 4th and 5th, 2017.