Superfly Budapest is going to open in Süllő Street in the summer of 2018, and we cannot wait to try it out. Its design will be based on the parks in Germany.
There are seven Superfly centres in Germany and nine to open soon. However, the parent company is called the CircusTrix that originates in the United States. It has over 80 locations around the world such as Las Vegas, New Orleans, Los Angeles. The park also has facilities abroad like in London or Hong Kong. Finally, Budapest is the next this summer.
There are no official pieces of information about the entire equipment yet, all we know is that it will be beyond exciting. Superfly centres in Germany entertains visitors with the following:
- Waterfall Trampolines
- Air Ball
- Wall Trampolines
- Swing Fall
- Flying Dunk
- Balance Court
- Ninja Parcours
- Kids Jump
- Friday Night Jump
- Main Court
- Tumbling Lanes
Possible items in the park are trapezes, Spidertowers, a Ninja Obstacle Course, Bounce Balls and many more exciting pieces.
Additionally, there will be even fitness classes where participants can burn up to 1000 calories per training, as Superfly Budapest promises on its Facebook page. Finally, individuals can reserve the place for private and business purposes, too.
This company is based in Utah and was founded in 2011. Its franchises operate and develop 287 indoor trampoline parks and extreme recreation park in the U.S, Europe, and Asia. Notably, CircusFix is the largest company of its kind in the entire world. It has the following parks: SkyZone, Rockin’ Jump, Ryze, High Heaven, Skywalk, 2Infinity, Gravitopia, and many others. The parks use safe items such as soft foam pits, trampolines, and slacklines as well. Kevin Bull, an American Ninja Warrior competitor, signed a deal with the company. Therefore, there are also obstacle courses in the parks that the American Ninja Warrior inspired.
Photos: www.facebook.com/pg/SuperflyAachen, www.facebook.com/pg/SuperflyDortmund, and www.facebook.com/pg/SuperflyDresden
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