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Q: Finding a Human Gyroscope ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Finding a Human Gyroscope
Category: Health > Fitness and Nutrition
Asked by: brandenads-ga
List Price: $35.00
Posted: 17 Aug 2006 18:09 PDT
Expires: 16 Sep 2006 18:09 PDT
Question ID: 757165
I am looking for a human gyroscope in Colorado.

NOTE: This question, by its longevity, may seem rather complex, but
its length is mainly due to  clarification and requirements. The
question itself can be succinctly stated in the sentence below:

	I want to know the location of an adult-rideable  human gyroscope 
that is within commuting distance of Denver, Colorado or its suburbs.
I would like at least 3 locations for such a device, but if you find
more it is appreciated.

	My question refers to a device called the ?human gyroscope.? The
human gyroscope is a device consisting of three concentric rings that
spin on different axes, all interconnected together. The rings are
held up by a stand, and the human is strapped into the middle. The
best way to know what I am talking about is to see a picture. If you
type ?human gyroscope? (include the quotes) into the Google search,
then click the images link, the Google Images search results will
provide loads of examples of the device that I am talking about.

	I heard that one company, Gyrogym, at, makes human
gyroscopes. They said that they have built some human gyroscopes in
Colorado, but when I called their number, they only referred to a
chiropractor and a ski resort. These locations are of little interest,
the ski resort being relatively far and I have no need to visit a
chiropractor. I would like to find one in a more accessible location
such as a health club / gym / spa / recreation center, or other place.
Please note that Gyrogym is only an example company and there may be
other manufacturers.

What I require for a satisfactory answer:

1.) A list of reasonably accessible places from Denver, Colorado with
an adult-compatible human gyroscope, complete with names and numbers.
You must provide enough names, addresses, phone numbers (and
extensions if applicable), people?s names, etc., for me to contact the
establishment, and for them to say that yes, they do indeed have a
human gyroscope.

To clarify, ?reasonable accessible? means that the average consumer
can get to it. Stating that a private research firm has a human
gyroscope is unpermissible, because chances are they will only allow
people to use their device on official business only. Additionally,
stating the name of a chiropractor or doctor?s office is disallowed,
because they will only allow you to use the device if you are a
patient being prescribed to a specific treatment. Additionally, a
place with a child?s model won?t work because I am not a child.

2.) A list of all the other names you find for the device during your
research. Example: You called XYZ Health Club, and they called it the

When you provide your answer to this question, here is how I will
process the information:

1.) I will call the establishment and ask them if they have a ?human
gyroscope,? calling the device the term you provide: (i.e. I will call
XYZ health club, and ask if they have a Gyrotron.)

2.) I will ask about how to access the facility. For example: if it is
at a health club, I will ask how to obtain a membership. If it is an
amusement place, I will ask about tickets and hours of operation. You
do NOT need to tell me all of this additional data, but this is to
verify that the place is accessible to the public.

3.) I will visit the location and ask to view and/or use the device.

If all of these three steps check out for your list of places, you
will receive a high score, and thus full payment.

By the way >> If any of you Googlers out there know where a human
gyroscope is available, feel free to use the Comments section to relay
the information to me! Any helpful information is appreciated in the
Comments area.

Clarification of Question by brandenads-ga on 17 Aug 2006 18:15 PDT
The following links point to pictures of human gyroscopes:
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Finding a Human Gyroscope
From: pinkfreud-ga on 18 Aug 2006 11:06 PDT
A human gyroscope called "Spin Cycle" is listed as one of the
attractions at the Peak 8 Fun Park at Breckenridge.
Subject: Re: Finding a Human Gyroscope
From: riddle2000-ga on 26 Sep 2006 01:53 PDT
I am in the process of looking for one to purchase for myself.  You
might consider purchasing one when you compare the price you might
have to pay for a fitness center membership or such.  I have done some
searching and have found a couple used ones for around $2000.

you might want to do a search on "orbitron gyroscope".

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