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Auto Belays, Climbing Equipment, Zip Line Equipment, Free Fall Devices

  1. QuickFlight: More than just a free fall experience!

    QuickFlight: More than just a free fall experience!

    In this blog, we cover the top three benefits of installing the QuickFlight, including the QuickFlight's redundant webbing system, flexible mounting and CE certification.

  2. How to Give a Proper Auto Belay Orientation

    How to Give a Proper Auto Belay Orientation

    Set your business and climbers up for success with these four orientation resources for TRUBLUE Auto Belay owners and operators.

  3. Which Zip Line Trolley Is Right For You?

    Which Zip Line Trolley Is Right For You?

    From the fully featured customizable Impact Trolley to the lightning fast one-handed install of the EZ Clip to the compact affordable Micro Trolley, Head Rush has a zip line trolley for you.

  4. Learn How These Climbing Gyms Got Featured on EPIC TV

    Learn How These Climbing Gyms Got Featured on EPIC TV

    In this blog, we’ll explore how three climbing gyms managed to land a spot in the recent Epic TV episode, You Won't BELIEVE These 3 Climbing Wall Features.

  5. 8 Reasons to Try Auto Belays at Your Climbing Gym

    8 Reasons to Try Auto Belays at Your Climbing Gym

    From lowering overhead and increasing revenue potential to making the most of your space and training climbers, there are several reasons to try TRUBLUE Auto Belays today.

  6. 5 Ways Auto Belays Can Build a Stronger Climbing Community

    5 Ways Auto Belays Can Build a Stronger Climbing Community

    What does it mean to have a strong climbing community? In this blog five climbing gyms share how auto belays help create and foster resilient climbing communities.

  7. A sit down with Mo Beck, world renowned climber and all round awesome person

    A sit down with Mo Beck, world renowned climber and all round awesome person

    In this conversation with Maureen Beck, aka "Mo" Beck, we cut through any confusion that may be out there surrounding the sport of adaptive climbing.

  8. Zip Line Pulley and Trolley Inspection

    Zip Line Pulley and Trolley Inspection

    All Head Rush Technologies’ zip line rider trolleys and redirection pulleys are built for maximum durability and minimal maintenance, and regular inspection is a critical step to ensure users get the maximum benefit of these products.

  9. Cleaning & Disinfecting Zip Line Gear

    Cleaning & Disinfecting Zip Line Gear

    Many cleaners and disinfectants are not suitable to be used with Head Rush products. If trolleys, carabiners, and zip lanyards are in need of cleaning, use warm water and a mild detergent such as a dish soap to clean the gear. Get all the details here.

  10. Head Rush Technologies passes Regulation (EU) 2016/425 Module D factory audit

    Head Rush Technologies passes Regulation (EU) 2016/425 Module D factory audit

    Dependability and durability are key attributes of our products, and this starts with our commitment to quality throughout the development and manufacturing process. Read this blog to learn more about the importance of our new Module D certification.

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