Come on.............. who's up for breaking a world record? I reckon I could do the 100 in less than 30 seconds (or atleast I could have when I was 12). Maybe 13.1 now.
Turn one of your favourite childhood activities into a world record attempt. Our Space Hopper Set contains a mini book and full sized Space Hopper to help you break the current 100 m record of 30.2 seconds. What's more, if you can gather 1,009 people together for a mass space hopper bouncing session you will have broken that record too!
Retro space hopper - £7.49 on it's own -http://www.amazon.co.uk/Science-Museum-Giant-Retro-Hopper/dp/B000VWJOBI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1294852065&sr=8-1