Kids have jumped on trampolines in backyards and played dodgeball in schoolyards for generations.
Combine these two popular childhood games into one and the result is definitely adults only, particularly David Cerruti’s brand of trampoline dodgeball.
The past names of his team are unsuitable for print in a family newspaper, but Cerruti and his crew from Hayward will be one of eight vying for the trampoline dodgeball world championship. Read More
San Francisco’s Colosseum has no gladiators or lions, but the battles are intense nonetheless.
The combat of choice is trampoline dodgeball, and Dennis Sprague is a competitor on the championship team. Read More
If you live in San Francisco, you don’t have to run away to join the circus. Not only does The City offer a plethora of circus-themed entertainment, it is one of the few places where you can juggle, trapeze, tightrope and trampoline in your spare time and scarf a funnel cake for dessert. Here’s a roundup:
S.F. Circus Center Read More
Aspiring athletes, kids having birthday parties, and people just looking for something to put a bounce in their step can now head to a new trampoline park that opened today in San Francisco.
House of Air, a park located in a historic airport hangar in the Presidio, is the brainchild of two action sports enthusiasts. Read More
A trampoline field the size of a baseball diamond will soon be housed in a gutted airport hangar at Crissy Field.
The indoor facility — set to open in August — will consist of 50 conjoined trampolines used for aerial and physical training on trampolines, as well as trampoline dodgeball, fitness classes, and open jump time. Read More