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BrushBoarding makes Australian debut at Melbourne Fitness Show 2019

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BrushBoarding Extreme Sports Zone

Extreme Sports Zone Ltd., the creator of the interactive board sports attraction BrushBoarding, has announced that it will be showcasing the patented technology at Melbourne Fitness Show 2019.

Extreme Sports Zone Ltd. is pleased to announce that BrushBoarding will make its Australian debut at the Melbourne Fitness Show, which takes place from 26 – 27 October at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The interactive fitness attraction is set to make waves at the trade show, as the first Brush Ramp to be installed in the country.

Kyle Dent is the director of Extreme Sports Zone Ltd. and the inventor of BrushBoarding. He says: “As the first event in this new market with our attraction we are excited to be part of the Fitness Show 2019. Having previously worked with Reed Events in the UK we feel that the synergies to debut with this fantastic show will be awesome.

“Our goal is to have people of all ages enjoy BrushBoarding, we know that getting people active through fun exercise has a positive effect not only on mental health but personal well-being”

Turnkey attraction

BrushBoarding is a flexible turnkey fitness attraction which can be permanently installed in a variety of different locations. The manufacturing and design teams have created a new design, allowing the Original Brush Ramp to be carried through double doors and fitted on site. This makes it a great choice for smaller venues where access may be restricted.

The interactive attraction is lightweight and only requires a regular 32amp three-phase power supply, meaning that extra building or planning costs are often not required.

“As a board sports enthusiast my entire life, I understand BrushBoarding will never be the real deal, for example, nothing will ever replace the thrills of riding a wave in the ocean, street skating down car parks or boarding in powder. BrushBoarding is just a fun, fitness-focused alternative for all ages and abilities,” says Dent.

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Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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