Aug, 22, 2022
Nowadays, zorbing has become a less dangerous extreme sport in the world and it is gaining more popularity around many countries. No matter whether you have tried zorbing or not, you may have a basic understanding of the history about zorbing, but for those who haven’t tried zorbing, they may don’t know different how many types zorbing has and which type is suitable for them to have a try.
The zorb balls for zorbing are double-sectioned, with one ball inside the other, with a layer of air in between. This acts as a shock absorber for the rider, cushioning bumps while driving. The spheres are lightweight and made of flexible plastic rather than rigid plastics such as hamster balls.
Dry zorbing and wet zorbing
Many zorb balls have straps to hold the rider in place, while others allow the rider to move around or toss freely with a rolling motion. Sometimes water can be added to it, and this is often referred to as water riding. A typical sphere is about 3 meters in diameter, with an inner sphere measuring about 2 meters, leaving 50 to 60 centimeters of air around the rider. The thickness of the plastic is approximately 0.8 millimeters. The inner and outer spheres are connected by numerous small cords. The sphere has one or two tunnel-like entrances.
During dry zorbing, the rider is strapped into a zorb ball leaning against a wall. The operator releases the zorb ball and the rider rolls, head to toe, downhill. In wet zorbing, passengers are not tied to the zorb wall. Operators add about five gallons of warm or cold water to the inside of the zorb ball, depending on the weather, and let the passengers ride in a crazy way. As the ball rolls, the passenger slips and rocks on the inside of the ball.
Although zorbing can be mainly divided into wet zorbing and dry zorbing, there are other sports that are derived from zorbing like bubble soccer. If you aren’t interested in traditional zorbing, you can try those variants of zorbing. You can now visit Kameymall for more information about zorb balls and zorbing, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
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