Injuries suffered while participating in extreme sports account for numerous emergency department visits. Isolated head injuries are a common presentation. Zorbing is an activity native to New Zealand. Like many emerging extreme sports there is little information regarding its safety. We conservatively managed a patient who suffered a skull fracture and epidural hematoma while zorbing. Publications (especially in the medical literature) are lacking regarding zorbing-related injuries. We hope that presenting this case will help elucidate the possibility of severe head injury despite the protective bubble offered by the sport.