A network of three giant trampolines has been built in a quarry cave in the Welsh town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. You have to wear white overalls and helmets in it, so we're stupidly close to getting the world's largest game of Kosho going here.
You've jumped on one trampoline, you jumped on them all, right? Wrong, you cynical sad sack. The mother of all trampolines is currently being readied for its public unveiling inside a series of caverns in Wales. Yep: It's a network of trampolines hung from the walls of an old slate mine.
An inquisitive young elk living in the forests near Evergreen, Colorado, recently wandered onto a trampoline. But then it couldn't get off the damn thing. Shenanigans ensued.
Through the eyes of an adult, a bed is a spot to rest, a refuge for sleep, and a place to recharge before work the next day. But to a kid, a bed really only has one useful purpose: as a trampoline. And since jumping on the bed is rarely allowed, Snurk made this wonderful matching duvet and pillowcase set that turns…
The acrobatics in this video are just insane. Insane enough to make you question the laws of physics, really. I mean, could these trampolines really be conserving so much energy as to allow Christophe Hamel (he's the one soaring all over the place) to return to what appears to be the same altitude after basically…
Why is the International Olympic Committee wasting its time on introducing new events like Kitesurfing at the 2016 games in Rio when any sport played on this 170-foot long trampoline would be far more entertaining to watch?
Trampolines used to be the kind of thing you assembled in your backyard, its only purpose being something that could propel your body through the air in a monotonously repetitive vertical manner. And indeed, the whole point of trampolines was that there was no point. But trampolines, it would now appear, can also be…
As far as dangerous playthings go, trampolines rank right up there with lawn darts and three-wheel ATVs. But for whatever reason they've managed to avoid banishment, at least until this questionable modular trampoline system starts spraining ankles and snapping wrists.
Spaceball is a sport that combines volleyball, basketball, jumping a lot and spending $700 on a fancy trampoline. It's apparently a great workout for potential astronauts, too.