We're sending major kudos to ultrarunner and ElliptiGO rider Jason Schlarb who recently won the Run Rabbit Run 100 Miler for the third time! Read how he uses his ElliptiGO bike as a part of his training.
Brian’s story is energizing and emboldening people all around the world, and they are sharing in our excitement to watch him toe the line on Sunday. Runner's World chatted with Brian and just published an article capturing his story. He was also recently profiled with a group of other inspiring runners in a video series.
When Lou Panaccione learned that his colleague and friend Duncan Finigan had been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, he was drawn to help. Lou, CEO and co-founder of OOFOS and a lifelong athlete, knew that a long distance event could be a great means of fundraising for cancer research. Duncan suggested the Pan-Mass Challenge -- and that they complete it on ElliptiGO bikes!
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!
While most people training for a marathon experience the inevitable hiccup or two, ElliptiGO athlete Brian Reynolds had some significant challenges to overcome in his build up to the London Marathon – namely, a leg infection and emergency gall bladder surgery.
ElliptiGO elite athlete Katie Mackey is a professional runner for Brooks Sports, specializing in the 1500m, 3000m, and 5000m distances on the track, but also having success on the roads and in cross country.
What if you were told you could no longer do the thing you loved most? Todd Williams was informed he could no longer run after sustaining serious injuries.
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.