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Elliptigo offers two new Arc models

Published March 7, 2017
The Elliptigo Arc 3

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (BRAIN) — Elliptigo Inc. has announced two new models of its Elliptigo Arc elliptical bike. The Arc 3 and Arc 24 join the Arc 8, giving the product line a more affordable model and a higher performance version.

The Elliptigo Arc 3, with a MSRP of $999, is the brand's most affordable elliptical bike. The company said it's ideal for short- to medium-length rides on flat or gently rolling terrain. It has an aluminum frame and three gears in an internal hub.

The Elliptigo Arc 24 sports the widest gear range of Elliptigo's elliptical bikes, a 574 percent range. The Arc 24 has an MSRP of $1,499 and comes with Ergon grip bar ends, toe cages and a fender.

"These two new Arc models build on the phenomenal success of the original 8-speed Arc and address strong needs in the market," said Bryan Pate, Elliptigo's CEO and co-founder. "With its low price point, the Arc 3 makes the fun and comfort of elliptical cycling affordable to many more people. And the high performance of the Arc 24 will appeal to people who enjoy the feel of traditional cycling, but want a superior workout and more comfort."

The original Elliptigo Arc 8 debuted in December 2015. It has an MSRP of $1,299.

All three Elliptigo Arc bikes have a compact stride that's similar to standing up on a traditional bicycle, but the company says the upright riding position eliminates the neck, back and seat pain associated with conventional cycling. 

The Arc 3, Arc 8 and Arc 24 are available now in the United States.

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