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.
On this day of love, we are shining a light on the perfect pairs who take to the road together. We asked our amazing community of riders in the ElliptiGO Private Facebook Group to share who they enjoy the ride with.
You may already know that ElliptiGO bikes can improve your cardiovascular health and your muscle strength, but did you know they can also improve your love life? It’s time we had a talk about the birds, the bees, and the bikes with Dr. Goldstein.
"I no longer dwell in the past and think of myself in terms of what I USED to be. I no longer fear growing old. I don’t even think I miss running anymore! I am proud of who I am NOW, and what I can accomplish as an athlete on the GO."
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.
2019 is off to a great start here at ElliptiGO. We’ve been gaining amazing momentum since creating the world’s first elliptical bike in 2010 and are pedaling towards the future of stand up cycling with more power than ever. Here are the events that helped define our 2018 and that continued to propel our new category forward.
Mike Ruffolo, an ElliptiGO enthusiast, is responsible for the visibility of our bikes in Naples, Florida. This month, we shine a spotlight on Mike, how he built a dynamic community of ElliptiGO riders in his city and how you can too.
ElliptiGO is excited to announce a new team sponsorship of True Blue Elite, a training program comprised of professional track athletes living and training in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Read more about the True Blue Elite Team and how they use ElliptiGO.
Out of the nine years that ElliptiGO has held the Elliptical Cycling World Championships on Palomar Mountain, Rusty Snow has triumphed seven times. In honor of that magic number, here are seven things you might not know about our November 2018 Rider of the Month.
PRs all around! Katie Matthews rocked it out in Chi-Town and earned a new personal best for the marathon and a Top 10 finish. Despite a nasty fall at Mile 22 and not finishing in his goal time of sub 3-hours, Brian Reynolds showed tremendous grit and perseverance, while setting a new personal best and lowering his world record time.