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Elliptigo combines the best of running, cycling, and the elliptical trainer to give you a fun and effective way to exercise outdoors.

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This Reg CF offering is made available through StartEngine Capital, LLC. This investment is speculative, illiquid, and involves a high degree of risk, including the possible loss of your entire investment.

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Bryan Pate
Bryan Pate
CEO / Co-Founder

Bryan co-founded the Company and as CEO leads the Company’s strategic planning efforts. His expertise is in strategy, marketing, and new product development. Bryan's experience includes working as a consultant for McKinsey & Co., leading new product development efforts for Palomar Technologies (formerly a division of Hughes Aircraft Co.), and commanding a platoon of U.S. Marine Corps Scout Snipers. Bryan is a former Ironman triathlete and accomplished endurance athlete. He holds a B.S. from Stanford University and a J.D. from Columbia University.

Brent Teal
Brent Teal
CTO / Co-Founder

Brent co-founded the Company and as CTO leads the Company’s engineering efforts. His expertise is in mechanical engineering and new product development. Brent began his career at General Electric and has more than 20 years of experience designing and building new products for a wide range of industries. He is a competitive ultramarathoner and former Ironman triathlete. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Bryan Pate

Bryan Pate

CEO / Co-Founder

A former Marine, Ironman triathlete, cyclist and marathoner, the active lifestyle has always been very important to him. Bryan was unable to continue running at the age of 31 due to injuries. He invented the Elliptgo with co-founder Brent Teal

Brent Teal

Brent Teal

Chief Engineer / Co-Founder

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Michael Walker

Michael Walker

Operations Tech / Mechanic

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Raphael Weishaupt

Raphael Weishaupt

VP of Global Marketing

Raphael joined the Company in 2015 and leads the Company’s marketing efforts. He has more than 18 years of marketing experience gained from marketing roles at General Electric, eBay, and Qualcomm. Raphael holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Wirtschaftsschule KV Baden in Switzerland and an Executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Steve Burton

Steve Burton

Director of Retail Sales

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Beth Visscher

Beth Visscher

Director of Operations

Beth joined the Company in 2010 and leads the Company’s customer service and operations teams. She has more than a dozen years of experience gained from operations roles at DC Shoes and Quiksilver. Beth holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Richmond.

Bryce Whiting

Bryce Whiting

VP of Sales

Bryce joined the Company in 2009 and leads the Company’s sales efforts. He has more than 17 years of sales and marketing experience across a variety of industries in addition to serving 5 years as a Naval Officer. He is a former NCAA Division I lacrosse player and accomplished endurance athlete, having completed 16 marathons, including the Boston Marathon three times. Bryce holds a B.S. from the United States Naval Academy.


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Meb's No-Impact Workout Weapon

One of the weirdest contraptions on two wheels might be the best thing you can do for your running.

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ElliptiGO: The Hottest Fitness Hybrid on the Streets

The company’s customers call it the “movie-star effect,” because of all the stares it draws. Is it a bike? Is it an elliptical? Has a piece of workout equipment suddenly become sentient and made a jailbreak from a local gym? What the heck is that thing? That thing is called an ElliptiGO, and you might have seen one rolling around the city, especially in Central or Prospect parks. It’s a bike-elliptical hybrid that first hit the road three years ago but is starting to show up more frequently around Gotham.

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How An American Ninja Warrior Does Wellness

Jesse Graff explains how she likes to sweat. “I love running, but so many of the skills that I work on are high impact. After I had ACL surgery, I got an ElliptiGo, an outdoor elliptical bike, and I found that it’s better for me to do every day. There’s a one-mile hill behind my house and I just ride the ElliptiGo up the hill as fast as I can. It’s more similar to the running range of motion than a bike is.”



Fundraising Update

My apologies for the continued delay in getting the funding finalized. I have been in conversation with StartEngine and the entire fundraise is being held up by $38,000 in funds that have not been cleared by the escrow company because of a handful of issues. StartEngine has been working directly with the few individuals involved and all have been notified of their issue. If you have not been notified that your investment has an issue, it is very likely that your investment will be accepted. 

As we can all agree, we need to bring closure to this process. If the investments that have issues are still not cleared on Monday, then they will likely be canceled so we can close the fundraising round. 

I sincerely apologize to those individuals who are having difficulty getting their investments cleared and I hope we can get things fixed over the weekend so they are cleared on Monday. If not, we will likely have to close without you. 

Thanks to everyone for their patience and we are looking forward to finalizing this investment effort soon!



Campaign Progress Update

Thank you very much for your patience and I sincerely apologize about my lack of communication. I was traveling internationally from March 4th through March 19th and didn't have good access to the Internet (hence the brevity of my last update). Fortunately, the team at StartEngine has been working full steam on closing out our fundraise and they've made quite a bit of progress. Ours was one of the more complicated raises so far because of the amount we raised and our desire to move about a dozen accredited investors representing more than $200,000 out of the crowdfund and into our accredited round to free up space so that the most investors possible can participate in the crowdfund. 

Fortunately, we are now at the end of the process. This week all of the outstanding international wires should be released, which is the last thing we have been waiting on. At that time we can deposit the funds that are being held in escrow. Once that happens, we'll notify everyone of the outcome of their investment. Shortly after that we'll be sending out the investor welcome kits. So, please bear with us for the rest of this week as this comes together.

As always, we very much appreciate your support and are looking forward to welcoming you to the investor team!



Clearing the Last of the Funds

Thanks very much for your patience! We are still clearing the last of the funds from the crowdfund. That should be done this week. Thanks again to those investors who were willing to move funds to the accredited round - that opened up room for about 100 additional investors to get into the crowdfund! We'll follow up with additional information later this week once everything is cleared. We really appreciate the support and are excited about executing our plans in 2017 and beyond.


Good News About Investments

I have received a lot of questions about the cutoff and whether a specific investor will be able to have their investment accepted. The $1 million cap is something that is non-negotiable, but fortunately, several investors who meet the requirements to be accredited under SEC rules have volunteered to cancel their crowdfund investment and instead invest through our accredited fundraise that we have been running concurrently with this one. That means we should be able to accept the vast majority of people who commit to the investment and want to invest. There may be a handful of folks that still miss out, but it should be very few people. Thanks very much to those individuals who made this possible - we very much appreciate it!


Thank you and Next Steps

Dear ElliptiGO Investor Team,

I am thrilled to report that thanks to your support, we were able to not only reach our stretch goal of $1,000,000 but blow it away. We ended up at a total investment of $1,281,377.50 from 610 investors. We brought in more than $500,000 yesterday alone, which is truly incredible. I found out today that of the 100+ companies that have completed Regulation Crowdfunding campaigns, only 7 have reached $1 million, so we truly had one of the most successful campaigns ever. On top of that, we set a new record for the highest average investment amount per investor in a $1 million+ campaign. Thank you for making this campaign so successful!

Now we have to allow all of the investments to clear. This process takes 10 business days. After 10 days of clearing, StartEngine will contact any investors with “incomplete” investments to rectify any issues with their investments.

We are limited to a maximum raise of $1,000,000 so we will likely have to refund some monies that have been collected by the escrow company to people who came in at the very end of the process. This process also takes about 10 business days for StartEngine to sort out.

Once all of that is done, the funds will be transferred. Each investor will receive an email with a countersigned subscription agreement, which you should keep in your files as a record of your stock purchase. StartEngine will then provide us with the list of investors and their contact information which will go into our corporate books. At that point, we will get the investor welcome kits sent out, provide the discount codes for people who purchased 500 or more shares, and get shirt sizes for investors who purchased 1000 or more shares. Sounds like we're looking at early April for that.

It’s quite a bit of work for StartEngine and the escrow company to handle 600+ individuals, so we very much appreciate your patience as they get everything perfect.

In other news, hopefully you saw that we launched the Arc 3 and Arc 24 products today as scheduled. We are really excited about having a complete family of Arc products as well as a product priced below $1,000. If you didn’t see the launch, you can check out the new Arc product family on our website: Many of our dealers have the Arc 24 in stock starting today, so you should be able to test ride one at your convenience. Another piece of good news is that we expect to add another $75,000 - $100,000 in investments from two individuals on Friday. That will raise the total investment in this round when combined with the $1 million crowdfund to $2,325,000 - $2,350,000 and we see a path to getting that over $2,500,000 by the end of March. It’s an exciting time at ElliptiGO for sure.

All of us here at ElliptiGO very much appreciate your confidence in us, our products, this new category and our ability to build ElliptiGO into the company we believe it can be. We recognize that without our investor group, we would not be here. We see you as a member of our team and we’re looking forward to working with you to continue building this industry and our company. Thank you very much for joining us.



ElliptiGO Closes on $1 million+ From Investor Group

This past week was sensational for ElliptiGO – we received more than$1,000,000 in new investments from a group of investors and generated an additional $200,000 in new investments through our funding portal. We expect to have more than 600,000 committed through the portal by the end of the day today. Next week will be even more exciting with the conclusion of our fundraise on Tuesday and the launch of two new ElliptiGO models on Wednesday.

We’re thrilled with the support we have received from our investor team and the progress we’ve made over the past few years. With thousands of satisfied customers around the world, we believe we are creating the next big thing in exercise and recreation. We’d love for you to be a part of it.

Hopefully we’ll be welcoming you to our investor team soon!


Fundraise Closing Soon

Good news! We are having a very successful fundraise and will continue to accept investments through February 28th, 2017. Per our offering terms, we will be conducting a 1st closing in as little as 5 business days. If your funds have cleared you will have up until 48 hours prior to this closing to cancel your investment.

We are thrilled with the response to this campaign and excited to welcome this army of new investors to our investor team. Investors have played an important role every step of the way as we built our company from an idea into the world's leading elliptical cycling brand. If you believe in the future of this industry, we'd love to have you on our team to help us continue spreading ElliptiGOs around the world. However, there are only a few days left to join us as an investor. We hope you won’t let this opportunity to be a critical part of something new and exciting pass you by.

Thanks you very much for your support and enthusiasm, we very much appreciate it.


Bryan Pate
ElliptiGO Inc.


Nasdaq Calls ElliptiGO "The First Innovation to Hit The Bicycling Market in Over 35 Years"

We were thrilled to see a recent article on analyzing this crowdfunding offering. The author concluded that we are actually disrupting three industries and was enthusiastic about our prospects. He also included a graphic of the evolution of the bicycle that we found particularly interesting. Here's the article:


New Investor Sets Female ElliptiGO Distance Record

New investor and elite marathoner Tera Moody rode 213.2 miles on February 11 and 12 to set a new one-day distance record on an elliptical bicycle. The effort took her 14 hours, 19 minutes and 12 seconds and was set during the Bike Sebring 24-hour event. Tera is rumored to be looking at taking another shot at the distance record later this year! Here are the results:


The Stone Clinic Suggests Using the ElliptiGO as Run Training

Orthopedic surgeon and founder of The Stone Clinic, Dr. Kevin Stone, just released an article about safe run training. He suggests that the ElliptiGO is the best substitute for running he's found and that it works the gluteal muscles better than any other running-related device. Plus, he says, it's fun!


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Gary Green


6 years ago

I invested in ElliptiGO in the latest round and haven't received any updates (or any communications) in the last 5+ months. Anyone else?



Jennifer Mendoza

6 years ago

Can I sell some of my shares to others who are interested at a later date?



Harry Cherkasky


6 years ago

What is crowd fundraising actually?



Victoria Ringwood


6 years ago

Is there a better offering to those investing in the accredited fundraising?



Janice Duncan


6 years ago

I've finally hit the button, I'M IN...............yeah!! #578 investor, with 8 being my lucky number I have a good feeling about this! Now I'm excited to see the new model that's under $1000, maybe I will finally own an ElliptiGO!! Hey every investor should own one, right Bryan?



Adam Engst

6 years ago

Hi Bryan, If ElliptiGO is acquired in 3-5 years, as you predict might happen, would the benefit to shareholders like us necessarily be in cash or might it also be in stock of the acquiring company? I'd be happy to own stock in ElliptiGO, but I may not be interested in owning stock in whatever company were to acquire you, and if they weren't a public company, I'm not sure how I'd be able to sell that stock. Can you clarify? Thanks! cheers... -Adam



Richy Merlino


6 years ago

Purchased my 8S back in 2009! Mine was the first purchased in Canada. Love my GO and will continue to ride and promote it as a first class piece of fitness equipment. Participated in the Palomar Mountain climb and hope to do it again one day. The ElliptiGO team are a great bunch of passionate people. Grateful for the opportunity to buy into the Company! Count me in.



Scott Sparrow

6 years ago

Hi Bryan. Any chance there will be an ElliptiGO for those of us over 250lbs? Bought my ElliptiGO 8C almost 5 years ago and wore two sets of tires off it during a three year stretch when I was at 245lbs. After spine fusion and a fractured ankle over the past two years, my weight now exceeds the 250lb ElliptiGO limit. Not looking for an ARC type, but one like the 8C or 11C. Thanks



Daniel Nichols


6 years ago

Hi Bryan, I injured my foot last summer and used the elliptigo to continue my fitness training without missing a beat. I am able to run again but appreciate how much more fun I have riding and not feeling the soreness in the joints that I have with running. One of the concerns I see with current owners is finding a good way to transport the elliptigo on their car. My minvan has the seats out and it's not a problem for me but the GO is not the easiest thing to put on a car. Are their plans to develop a transport rack that is specific for the elliptigo?



Liz Manz


6 years ago

Hi Bryan, I loved reading about the 20% discount coupon other investors were talking about. I didn't see the discount offer being mentioned anywhere. Is it still available and is it redeemable in Canada? I live in the Toronto area which has a total of 6 Costco Wholesale stores. I am within a 5 minute drive (1.6 miles) to the one north of my place, and 11 minutes (5.6 miles) to the one south of here. Now there is a reason why so many Costco stores are in Toronto, safe to say the residents here are a big fan because we get a lot of American goods at great value at Costco that we can't get anywhere else. The reason I am speaking about Costco is that I think you must consider putting your best-selling bikes and some of your future products in Costco in Toronto (great shopper traffic with generous budget). The people who shop at Costco, including myself, are not all athletic like you and many of your riders, but if I can improve my health and my family's well-being with the beautiful ElliptiGos, indoors, buying the 8C (my fav) would be fully justified. Mind you, the stationary trainers should be offered with the most popular bikes as a package deal, because we have a very long winter here. I hope you would seriously consider my suggestion. Thanks and wishing you great success in your endeavor! Liz Manz




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