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Sphering, zorbing or globe-riding is the recreational practice of humans rolling downhill in a sphere, generally made of transparent plastic. Sphereing is generally performed on a gentle slope, but can also be done on a level surface, as well as on water, permitting more rider control. In the absence of hills, at least one vendor has begun constructing metal ramps.[1] Most spheres are constructed for a single rider, but some hold two or three. The longer runs are approximately half a mile. Gl
Safety On June 19, 2008 reporter Rebekah Metzler of the Lewiston Sun-Journal, fractured her back and bruised a kidney while rolling down a ski hill in a copy product at Lost Valley, Maine. She was "zorbing" in a ball that was simmilar to the Zorb but, not a true Zorb Ball. The ball in which she was riding was doughnut shaped as opposed to the circular shape of the true Zorb Ball.[2] [edit] Terminology Due to the success of the Zorb company, Sphereing is often referred to as Zorbing, and Z
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