We’re excited to share a little more about Jim’s story with you, as we honor him for his unending enthusiasm, his perseverance through medical challenges, and the encouragement he offers to his fellow riders.
This month, we honor Lewis “Lefty” Leftwich. His welcoming attitude, his dedication to driving awareness for our brand, not to mention his love of riding for sweet treats have earned him the title September 2019 Rider Of The Month.
This month, we’re excited to share the story of a stellar athlete who is defying age stereotypes and is so humble about his amazing accomplishments. Rich Castro recently ran a 6:38 mile placing 2nd at the Pearl Street Mile, a USATF Colorado Championship race, in the 70-74 age group. While Rich is keeping his competitive spirit alive by continuing to achieve outstanding results, he also is encouraging people of every age to get active at every athletic level.
This month, we’re highlighting a special member of our community who has experienced an incredible transformation. Barbara Russell-Mahoney has shed weight, gained muscle, and is now in the running to win Ms. Health & Fitness.
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.
One of our customers is going the distance to help showcase the power of movement and its positive impact on mental health. May is Mental Health Month, and we are shining a spotlight on mental health advocate and endurance athlete Coach Jeffrey Jackson (JJ,) our 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.
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.
"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.