How Much Does a Mechanical Bull Cost?

A mechanical bull is a machine that replicates the sensation of riding a bucking animal such as a horse or a bull.  This machine is powered by a motor and its speed can be adjusted depending on the preference of the rider.  The mechanical bull is usually surrounded by a padded flooring that can prevent injuries if the rider falls off the machine.

The price for a mechanical bull depends on the material being used, the size of the machine and the company selling it.

Mechanical Bull by Mini D, on Flickr
Mechanical Bull” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by  Mini D

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Average Reported Cost: $15

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  1. F. Stanson (New York,  NY) paid $15,000 and said:

    I used to have a bull from Galaxy but it had a lot of issues. I have since purchased one from MechanicalBullSales and it is far superior. I went to IAAPA and checked out all of the options and rode them as well before making a decision. This bull is low maintenance, built amazingly well and very safe.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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