Trampolines can be tons of fun, but with most of them there isn't enough room to try out anything truly spectacular.
That's not a problem with this humongous 170-foot long monster, which gives you plenty of room to combine your bouncing skills with a gymnastic tumbling routine. Just try to avoid going off the center line as the trampoline isn't any wider than standard.
Fast Track was built by an Estonian design and architecture company called Salto, for the Archstoyanie art festival in Nikola-Lenivets, Russia. Salto's website describes it as "an attempt to create intelligent infrastructure that is emotional and corresponds to the local context. It gives the user a different experience of moving and percieving the environment." Whatever, to me it just looks like tons of fun.
Think about all of the other places where we could replace boring sidewalks with bouncy trampolines. If every park had one, you'd have no problems getting people off their butts and going out to exercise, and imagine bouncing between gates to make a tight connection at an airport.