Sherry LaBree is just coming up on her 1-year anniversary of being an ElliptiGO owner. Even though she sustained an injury at a marathon in January and could barely walk for 12 weeks, she wanted to see if she could still achieve some of her running goals.
John Pilkington has been an ElliptiGO customer since our earliest days due to the degenerative disc disease and spinal stenosis that forced him to stop running and lose fitness
These accomplished runners and newly-crowned 2014 ElliptiGO World Champions both set new ascent records up Palomar Mountain on their way to winning the Founders' Cup.
Despite only owning her ElliptiGO for 3 months, Sue has managed to use it to turn in her most successful year of triathlon racing ever.
Keri became the first woman to complete the Death Ride on an ElliptiGO. Located in the stunning California Alps, the Death Ride® course is 129 miles long with over 15,000 ft. of climbing over five mountain passes.
Stu Blofeld completed his hardest and most impressive event to date: the Audax Mille Cymru, riding a 1019 km route around Wales with 53,000 feet of climbing in under 75 hours.
Kiki Vazquez achieved her goal of being the number one distance rider in the ElliptiGO Strava Group by riding 438 miles in one week.
In April 2014, Meb Keflezighi became the first American man to win the Boston Marathon in 31 years. With this win, Meb becomes the only person to ever win an Olympic medal (2004), the New York City Marathon (2009), and the Boston Marathon.
Chris Branson made a record-setting 55 ascents of Fargo Street in Los Angeles. Fargo Street is one of the 10 steepest streets in the US with a 33% grade. An accomplished ElliptiGO rider and athlete, Chris also holds the unofficial one-day elevation gain record (19,997 ft.).
In 2012, Rick rode 3,000 miles across the U.S. In 2013 he completed 12 centuries. In 2014, his goal is to average 100 miles a week, and he's currently well ahead of pace, averaging 140 miles a week.