Because of their thinness, light weight, and relative ease of
collecting, rings are often used for juggling high numbers of props. Juggling
rings are easier to juggle than clubs, but harder than balls due to size and
throwing mechanics. Because of ring’ impressive appearance for their level of
difficulty, they remain a popular juggling item. When juggled, rings are
typically spun about their central axis. The resulting gyroscopic motion of the
ring allows it to keep the same orientation after it is thrown. This property
is utilized but performers to achieve various visual effects. For example, a
performer might intentionally juggle some rings with the broad side to audience
and some others with the edge to the audience.
the attention of the audience through these rings of light juggling made of
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Artem Konchakivskyy 01/01/2015
The Cyr Wheel is arrived and we love it from the first look! We tried only one time and it seems like a lot of fun! We performing different acts but never feel something like this before. Wheel is so cool and perfect made!!! Thank you so much for this!!!
Best regards, Artem & Maria..
I'm the Head of rigging at a popular show on the Las Vegas strip owned by a household name QC company. Hugo helped us create custom aerial neck-loops for our show when our local supplier dried up. Fantastic workmanship, super easy communication to get the product built correctly. Their off the shelf products have always been outstanding.
I highly recommend Circus Concepts. ss..
As a side note I would like to add that I've tried both wheels made by you and Daniel Cyr, and I have to say, when it comes down to it, there's really no contest.
Thank you for your time and work, keep it up...