Metabolic testing of the ElliptiGO bike

ElliptiGO Metabolic Testing Study

In October 2011, the Exercise and Physical Activity Resource Center (EPARC) at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) completed a metabolic testing study to determine and compare the energy cost of riding an ElliptiGO elliptical bike with conventional cycling and running.

Posted October 31, 2011 by Tennille in Press Releases, Training & Research, updates
2011 Elliptical Cycling Champions Tammy and Paul

2011 World Championships of Elliptical Cycling

The chilly fall morning of November 5th started early for 34 competitors in the 2nd Annual ElliptiGO World Championships of Elliptical Cycling, ready to challenge themselves with a race to the top of Palomar Mountain. With international athletes coming in from Spain, England, and Canada, along with participants from across the U.S., the diverse field was nearly double the size of last year's inaugural race.

Posted November 6, 2011 by Tennille in updates
Lauren Fleshman Runners World Feature

Lauren Fleshman Stepping Up

To help prep for the 2012 Olympics, this 5000-meter track star will toe the starting line at this month’s New York City Marathon.

Posted October 10, 2011 by Tennille in Customer Stories, updates
Elite German Soccer Team Cross-Training on ElliptiGO

Elite German Soccer Team Cross-Training on ElliptiGO

After experiencing knee injuries, Bryan Pate could no longer run for exercise. He tried switching to bike riding, but sitting on a bike created pain for him, as well. He tried using an elliptical trainer at the gym, but working out inside became too boring.

Posted August 1, 2011 by Tennille in updates
Elliptical Cyclng Outside

Training Injuries Inspire Innovative Elliptical Bike

As an ultramarathoner, Brent Teal understands the ecstasy of a good run and the agony of being injured and sitting on the sidelines. So, when injured training partner Bryan Pate asked him to design a device to replicate outdoor running without the impact, Teal jumped on it.

Posted July 10, 2011 by Tennille in updates
cycling downtown

Pedal Pushing: ElliptiGO offers a fun and firming workout

Here’s a new device that offers a great workout that’s a lot more fun than being stuck on a treadmill going nowhere.

Posted June 22, 2011 by Tennille in updates
First World Cup

2010 World Championships of Elliptical Cycling

When Bryan and Brent first began developing the ElliptiGO just over five years ago, their dream was not just to create a revolutionary fitness product, but to launch a new competitive sport. On November 13th, their dream became a reality as eighteen athletes gathered at the base of Palomar Mountain in San Diego County for the inaugural ElliptiGO Founders’ Cup

Posted November 13, 2010 by Tennille in updates
Coach Jenny

Tough New Workout Gear That Goes Easy on the Joints

Every week, Greg Berman squeezes in a total-body workout at home. He doesn’t lift barbells and there’s no room in his 1,000-square foot condo for a treadmill.

Posted September 12, 2010 by Tennille in updates
Low Impact Full Speed Ahead article by Bob Babbitt

Low-Impact & Full Speed Ahead

Bryan Pate is a Marine, Ironman finisher and the founder of the ElliptiGO, which you have probably seen cruising the coast of Southern California sometime in the past year or so. In 2005 Pate lost the ability to run for fitness because of injuries to his knees and hips.

Posted September 2, 2010 by Tennille in updates
The ElliptiGO Run Club

Extend Your Running Life

By substituting running miles with ElliptiGO elliptical cycling miles, you can greatly reduce the amount of impact your body sustains during each training week, and early indications are that you can do so without adversely impacting your performance on race day.

Posted March 24, 2010 by Tennille in updates