Is the ElliptiGO Arc bicycle related in any way to EGO?

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Just curious....same company?
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Posted 3 years ago

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No, it isn't.  EGO is a subsidy of Chervon. 
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The similarities in the advertising verbiage, color schemes, etc. are strikingly similar.
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Hi David, no, we're not affiliated. We like the color though!
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I just saw one of these on the road.  Used to think recumbent bikes were kooky, seeing this makes them look quite mainstream.
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Yeah, I though the same thing.  Looks more like a scooter you get your kid.  As a guy who cares at least a little bit about being manly, I don't think you would see me on this.

Yeah, this sums it up.  http://average2alpha.com/21-things-modern-men-need-to-stop-doing/

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You mean my pants are too tight? They are too tight, aren't they... darn, I knew it! I never should have listened to Steve when he said to buy these pants.

Why do I always listen to him when we go shopping? I don't even like him that much, he's a bit of a jerk, but he's got cool friends so I guess he's ok.

What do you guys want to get for lunch?
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and only cost you a couple grand for the good looks