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.
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.
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.
Steve serves as an ambassador for the ElliptiGO community and the stand up cycling category through his athleticism and enthusiasm. Read how he’s bringing awareness and notoriety to our bikes through competition.
September is Team Challenge Month and the Global ElliptiGO Riders Club is buzzing with amazing rides and comradery during this annual event. This month, we’re excited to honor an ElliptiGO Enthusiast Extraordinaire for their incredible performance during the 2017 Team Challenge, as well as for all he does for the ElliptiGO community.
You may remember Katie Blau, who we featured as a Rider of the Month in July 2015. Back then, Katie was just beginning to tackle long distance events on her ElliptiGO. At the time, riding RAGBRAI was just a dream – and now Katie has made it a reality!
There are no limits to what Larry Kirby can do. As of May 16, he has ridden 25,944 miles and 2,171 hours on his ElliptiGO 8C, our most popular elliptical bike model. He’s averaging an impressive 120 miles each week!
Waldon Adams has gone through a lot: he’s battled a bevy of health issues, overcome alcoholism and depression, and was homeless. Now, he's pursuing his dreams with his 8C.
The Australian Outback is one of the most dangerous areas in the world. Known for its seemingly unending stretches of desert populated with poisonous animals and insects, the Outback is a challenge to travel for even the most experienced adventurer. It was exactly Jake Wilcox’s cup of tea.