This is what has been missing from Nelson, an airbag to progress your jumping skills and tricks. The Gravity Air bag Experience is here, located at Gravity Nelson’s Field of Dreams in Hira, Nelson, but also available for private hire, and events at Branford, Codgers, Neale Park, Tahunanui, McGazza Land, and many more locations around the South Island. Keep an eye out for a live “Where’s GABE” calendar of upcoming sessions.
G.A.B.E. is a little over 2m high, 4m wide and 9mm long, and will soon have several different kickers for different levels of riders to learn tricks and practice jumping.
We are excited that several local businesses have stepped up to support the Airbag including Pomeroys Coffee, Tineli Clothing, RennovateMe Nelson, Abbott Insurance Brokers, and Juicies from Tasman Bay Food Co. We still have sponsorship opportunities for up to 2 more companies to help support this awesome project, sponsor’s logos will appear in organic viral photos and videos as kids, adults and their friends and family share photos of them learning new tricks on the airbag.
Please get in touch if your company would like to join supporting G.A.B.E. we have a number of sponsorship options that will provide highly visible exposure for your brand
Check out this short video of us testing G.A.B.E at the Field of Dreams:
Keep an eye out for when we post videos of G.A.B.E in full swing, and stay tuned for more news and announcements about where we will be based, special events, special offers, and summer operating hours. Follow us on Social Media for regular updates on G.A.B.E. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to see more videos of the Gravity Air Bag Experience in action. Check pricing details below.
$35 per person – Two hours of unlimited runs on the kickers and airbag. If held at Gravity Nelson’s Field of Dreams this also includes being able hit the Mulch Jump in certain conditions. Riders must queue up and ride in turn, and the number of riders queueing will be limited. Click HERE to view upcoming locations and dates.
$50 per person – Four hours of unlimited runs on the kickers and airbag. Click HERE to view upcoming locations and dates.
$60 per person – Six hours (you beast!) of unlimited runs on the kickers and airbag. Click HERE to view upcoming locations and dates.
$200 ten clip ticket for the airbag. Each clip is for two hours, or two clips for six hours on the same day. Two clips are shareable, 8 slips are only for the owner of the card.
$299 Private Supervised two hour G.A.B.E session at the Field of Dreams – ideal for birthday parties or a group of mates, maximum 15 people. Includes being able to hit the Gravity Mulch Jump under certain circumstances. Advance booking required, BOOK NOW.
$349 Private COACHED two hour G.A.B.E session at the Field of Dreams – ideal for
birthday parties or a group of mates, maximum 15 people. Includes being able to hit the Gravity Mulch Jump. Advance booking required, BOOK NOW.
$ENQUIRE NOW – Private supervised or coached G.A.B.E sessions at your place. CALL NOW for details on space requirements and costs.
$500 annual GABE SUPPORTERS pass. VIP access, including induction and training on inflating and using G.A.B.E without a Gravity supervisor (current first aid certificate of one participant and one adult required at all times).
$3000 Sponsor. TWO years of brand logo on the airbag, and includes two annual passes for use of the airbag.
Participants are required to wear a certified helmet in good condition, and appropriate closed toed footwear. Participants under 18 years old are also required to have knee pads, and are recommended to have elbow pads and gloves. Younger participants are encouraged strongly to have a full-face helmet and neck brace, in particular if trying more complex inverted tricks (back-flips, front-flips, etc). Parent or Guardian permission plus a signed waiver is required for all kids under the age of 18. Rules of G.A.B.E. are hung at the jump site and all participants must read them. By using the jumps you confirm your agreement to these rules of use. Your bike must be pre-inspected for safety and sharp edges, some bikes may not be allowed to use the jumps if they could damage the AirBag.