About Us - The Facts
Galaxy Multi Rides... and the birth of the modern day electric mechanical bull.
In 1985, Robin Whincup started a rental company hiring out bouncy castles for children and adults. As the company grew, he invested in a Gillies Bull from the USA. The bull made good money as there wasn’t many bulls in the UK in the 1980’s; the main drawback, however, was it took 6 men to take it out and two hours to set up & break down! Read more
Galaxy Multi Rides strives to offer the best quality product at the most competitive price. And we back up on our product with a 5 year manufacturing warranty*. We plan to continue being the #1 provider of mechanical bulls and multi rides systems in the world for years to come!
Some of our competitors may claim to be the leaders in the manufacture of the mechanical bulls, but ‘leaders’ do not copy other companies products. Feel free to give them a call and ask them how they came up with the idea of their product and when did they first make it and you’ll learn the truth about the inventor of the mechanical multi ride. Read more
Galaxy Multi Rides isn’t satisfied with selling a mechanical bull to a client. We offer a partnership relationship, one that keeps clients up-to-date on the latest marketing tips, sales techniques and new mechanical multi ride promotions. The goal isn’t to get a one time sale, but to build a long lasting relationship with our clients/partners that will last for years.
We continue to innovate and develop some of the best entertainment rides in the world. We have made over 60 different ride attachments, developed numerous custom promotional rides and now launched the Action Games range. We are the best at what we do, but we don’t stop there: we strive to be better every year.
We are a family company that has built its reputation of quality, customer service and innovation. Our multi rides are built to last! That’s why we manufacture over 90% of the product in house. We have our main factory in Port Charlotte, Florida (US), and we still continue to manufacture in Harrogate, North Yorkshire (England), where it all began.