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A new theme park ride is auctioned off online tomorrow with the launch of e-commerce portal Leisurehub.com. Bidding starts at 1:00pm for the family "elephant" ride owned by the manufacturer I E Park and bids are expected to reach $50,000 (£31,250). The ride can be seen at the manufacturer's stand at the Amusement Trades Exhibition International at Earls Court. By the end of the day, Leisurehub hope to have sold at least one roller coaster and spare parts (although these are not included in the auction). The site allows companies to view news, source, compare and buy products in the theme park, fun fair, health-fitness and family entertainment industry. Leisurehub is backed by incubator company Brainspark. ®

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