Fra zero to royal: Løb 10 kilometer med kun to måneders træning

Pressemeddelelser   •   Apr 10, 2018 13:00 CEST

Manden bag fitness-maskinen Me-Mover vil i samarbejde med Wilson Kipketer og et team af professionelle på to måneder træne syv personer med skader og overvægt til at kunne løbe igen!


Kapitalindsprøjtning på 9 millioner kroner: Iværksætter klar til at ændre danskernes syn på motion

Pressemeddelelser   •   Feb 22, 2018 12:30 CET

Efter flere års udvikling er fitness-maskinen Me-Mover FIT endelig klar til at overtage det skandinaviske marked. Med en kapitalindsprøjtning på 9 millioner kroner og opbakning fra nuværende og tidligere elitesportsfolk heriblandt den tredobbelte verdensmester, Wilson Kipketer, er Me-Mover Fitness klar til at ændre danskernes syn på motion.

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Om Me-Mover

About Me-Mover

It all started one afternoon in Stockholm, Sweden, when the founder and chief designer of Me-Mover, Jonas Eliasson, got really tired of his long, inactive and boring commute.

Living outside the city, he used the subway to get in, but the most time was spent getting to and from the train. Jonas was an avid in-line skater, but neither skating nor skateboarding could help him as cobble stone roads and frequent Swedish summer rains made the ride cumbersome and unsafe. Bikes were not an alternative as they were not allowed on the subway. There and then the idea of a compact, foldable vehicle was born.

The idea laid idle in Jonas head in many years, brought to daylight every once in a while, to add features or change construction. And finally in late 2008 Jonas decide it was time to bring the Me-Mover (then
called FUT – Future Urban Transport) to life.

The company was officially founded in 2010 and Jonas gathered a stellar team to help form the company it is today.


  • Me-Mover
  • Krogsbækvej 13
  • 2610 Rødovre
  • Denmark