A Zorbing procedure has opened up in Brighton, Michigan, where you can enjoy the operation that originated in New Zealand. Until recently, there was not in any place in the United States where you could go Zorbing, which is where you get into a giant inflatable ball and roll down a set course, commonly downhill.
Robert Pelon decided to start the United States execution after finding the giant Zorb on a reality game show. It has been popular in New Zealand for quite some time, and it has gained popularity in the United Kingdom as well, but it was slower to catch on in the Untied States.
After doing some research and planning, Pelon purchased the possession to open a branch of the United Kingdom business called SphereMania. He decided to do it in the ski resort, Mt. Brighton, in June of 2006.
At the ski resort, he adapted the procedure from a snowboarding half pipe on a 700 foot slope. You can roll down the procedure from two ways: the shooter, which is a diplomatic roll from the top of the hill, or the mixer, which involves rolling down a twenty foot drop to enter the course.
You ride down the slope in a Pvc sphere that is twelve feet in diameter and weighs about 350 pounds. There is an inner and outer accommodation separated by three feet of air cushioning and associated by thousands of nylon straps that tether the two chambers together.
The procedure is completely safe, although you do have to sign a waiver, which is base with many greatest activities.