ElliptiGO caught up with Nahla Summers toward the last days of her 2020 Challenge. Here, she shares the upsides, the downsides, the wonderment, and the hardship of carrying the message of Kindness across all of Great Britain's country roads.
One day over the weekend, Richard saw something he had never seen before on the local KUSI news. Brent Teal, Bryan Pate, and Bryce Whiting were demoing and showcasing the Long Stride at the time. It definitely sparked his interest. A Google search led him to the ElliptiGO website. He was glad to find that the World Headquarters are local right here in San Diego, and that test rides were available for all GO bike models there.
“Never let age determine your limits. Only you determine your limits. The difference between success and failure is only determined by how you deal with the difficult moments in life.” These are the words of Geert De Mulder, our Belgian rider who just broke the 24-hour ElliptiGO record. How did he do it? Our ElliptiGO insider interview below tries to find out!
In 2010 I was in a car accident. Without all of the details...I had two neck surgeries. The first one was a failure, the second one helped. I spent a lot of years trying to heal, reimagining what my life would look like… Chronic pain, depression... I was told I should never run again. Or do much in the way of impact at all.
Like everyone, we are doing our best to get through the current situation. Being fit feels more important than ever right now. Everyone at ElliptiGO feels very fortunate to be helping people around the world stay active, have fun and be healthy.
Meet the ever-humble Mr. Allen Kilpatrick: A high mileage rider who created some excitement in the GERC (Global ElliptiGO Riders Club) with his sudden ability to pump out big rides on his Arc in between hours at work. Although he doesn’t talk a lot about it himself.
While her parents wisely didn’t let her train at an early age, they let her jump into races a couple of times per year. As an eighth-grader at Holliston High School in MA, she was finally old enough to join the high school team and had immediate success. All through high school, she ran cross country, indoor and outdoor track, and then ran for Brown University.
Creating your own birthday party during Covid-19. Meet David Whiteside. This year he was set to run the Big Sur marathon for his 60th birthday, but as that, and all other races, were canceled it left him wondering what to do.
As I’m sure you can appreciate, this year feels like it flew by for us and I learned a lot during this whirlwind trip. My biggest takeaway was reinforcing what an amazing wife I have. She has been on the road living out of a suitcase since May 7th.
In this month’s Featured Rider article, ElliptiGO chatted with David Mart, a well-accomplished rider and runner who has been able to stay in the game for decades. Humble about his talents, we want to share Dave with you as he personifies stamina and an ever ongoing quest for health, riding, and running at a high level.