Frisco Adventure Park.
We offer personalized services like Birthday Parties, Corporate Events, Family Reunion Parties, Bachelor / Bachelorette Parties, and now Weddings. We will specialize every event to your needs and desires, it will be a special memory everyone talks about for years to come.
We always offer specials, so show up and mention our website and we'll hook you up with a 20% discount.
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“Tumble Bubbles was created to enhance the life experience of anyone who explores a tumble with us. We strive to help all our customers achieve that life experience through our desire to always exceed our riders expectations."
This vision, fuels our dedication and commitment to provide the ride of a lifetime to every, man, woman and child who experiences Tumble Bubbles now and well into the future. Established in 2011, Tumble Bubbles was created to provide a unique one-of-a-kind experience for kids of all ages. We are located in Summit County, Colorado, but welcome the opportunity to bring our extremely fun filled, adventurous bubbles to virtually any destination. Our tumble bubbles, also known as water walkers, human hamster balls, and zorbs can be used on land and in the water; including even open water without getting wet.
These human spheres provide kids and adults alike the opportunity to walk, run, roll, tumble, jump, and even bounce across water, grass, and ice to their heart’s content. They are extremely safe and handled by our experienced staff which ensures the safety of the rider and guaranteeing that they will have the time of their life. You wont be disappointed!!
Hamster balls, hard plastic single layer spheres made for small rodent pets, have been manufactured and sold since at least the 1970s. A Russian article on the Zorb mentions a similar device having debuted in 1973. In the early 1980s, theDangerous Sports Club constructed a giant sphere (reportedly 23 metres or 75 feet across) with a gimbal arrangement supporting two deck chairs inside. This device was eventually cut up for scrap, with some of the plastic remnants used to cover a compost heap. Human spheres have been depicted in mass media since 1990 when the Gladiators event Atlaspheres first aired, albeit with steel balls.
In 1994, Dwane van der Sluis and Andrew Akers conceived the idea for a type of sphere in Auckland, New Zealand, calling their invention the "Zorb". With two other investors they created the firm ZORB Limited, and set to work commercializing sphereing.
Their business model was to develop the activity world-wide via a franchise system. In 2000, van der Sluis exited from the company to return to his career as a software engineer; Akers continued to run the company as CEO until April 2006, when he resigned. Around this time, ZORB's European master franchise operator, Michael Stemp, and Hungarian master franchise operator, Attila Csató, ended their affiliation with <i>ZORB</i> and started a manufacturing and sphereing consultancy firm, Downhill Revolution and created the human cocktail maker called Spinfizz. Andrew Akers and his brother David Akers have since teamed up with Chris Roberts to create the OGO (Outdoor Gravity Orb) and The Fishpipe.