It was a wedding anniversary that Tom Roberts won’t forget.
“It’s like I walked out of a wheelchair,” Luke MacDonald said when he got his ElliptiGO bikes.
Brian Kathmann admits sitting still doesn’t come easy. Imagine, then, what happens when the avid runner, cyclist and triathlete is taken down by a bad ACL tear that requires a full year recovery: it’s not good.
Injury, recover, run, repeat. Unfortunately, this was the story for Patrick Russell, a competitive runner out of St. Paul, Minnesota.
When Lucia Hagy turned 50, she decided to pursue a new set of fitness goals. However, life had other plans in store for her when she received a surprising breast cancer diagnosis.
When ElliptiGO newbie Thomas Moench was challenged to ride a 200-kilometer timed cycling event on an ElliptiGO bike, he immediately accepted.
Greg Soden lives and breathes long endurance efforts, taking part in cycling, running and swimming throughout his life. Greg also dealt with more than a decade of back pain.
What impact can a bike make? To the children from impoverished backgrounds who have received a bicycle from the 88Bikes Foundation, the answer is it can be life changing.
Sarah Emerson used her running ability to help kids and their families cope with cancer. Just two years later, a routine checkup that she nearly skipped showed she had breast cancer. But she keeps GOing strong.
If you walk up to most people and call them “insane,” you can expect to get an earful in return, or maybe even a fat lip. But if you ask Rick Kligman, “Are you Insane?” he’ll likely smile and nod. He not only acknowledges his nickname, “Insane Diego,” he coined it for himself.