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Inside London's first trampoline park

The Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park boasts 3,000 square feet of space, and 150 connected trampolines. We try it out ahead of the official opening.

By July 17, 2015


Apple Pay, Motorola's tease and trampoline misadventures in CNET UK Podcast 441

Those handsome chaps on the CNET UK Podcast talk about the arrival of Apple Pay in the UK and take a bounce at the UK's largest trampoline park.

By July 17, 2015


Sneak a peek at London's new trampoline park (pictures)

Oxygen Freejumping in Acton opens on 20 July, 2015. Take a look inside with our pictures.

16 Images By July 17, 2015


A man jumps on a frozen trampoline, and half a million people watch

A YouTube video from Minnesota shows a teacher prepare a freezing trampoline and then leap backward onto it. For a couple of seconds.

By January 9, 2015


Underground trampolines -- jumping high, far below

A soon-to-open attraction in Wales will allow visitors to play on massive trampolines suspended inside a ginormous subterranean cave.

By June 16, 2014


Trampoline road is no walk in the park

A 51-metre road at Russia's Archstoyanie architecture festival is not tarmac, but trampoline.

By December 2, 2012


Crave Ep. 101: Russia's trampoline sidewalk

A sidewalk for jumpy people and a pet pedometer that tracks Fido's activity. That's right! The Crave podcast is making a comeback with producer Stephen Beacham.

By November 30, 2012


Russia's Trampoline Sidewalk Ep. 101

Russia has built the world's first trampoline sidewalk, and Fujitu's pet pedometer tracks your dog's exercise activity. That's right! The Crave podcast is making a comeback and producer Stephen Beacham is here to bring you the latest news about the technology you got to see.

By November 30, 2012


Feeling jumpy? Bounce down a trampoline sidewalk

Forget the bouncy house. Now there's the bouncy sidewalk, which debuted at a recent modern-art festival in Russia.

By November 28, 2012


Leap over rivers with this trampoline bridge

French architecture firm has a novel way of crossing the Seine River: jump it. You can catch views of the Eiffel Tower as you hurtle into the drink.

By October 17, 2012