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  • Nemesis
    Nemesis
    Coaster Information: The Nemesis roller coaster is Europe’s first inverted roller coaster, it is located at the Alton Towers theme park in the England. This roller coaster when it was first built had a great response in 1994 and still has that ability to please to this day. We pay thanks to the Bolliger & Mabillard for building this awesome roller coaster in Alton Towers, it cost the theme ...
  • Top Thrill Dragster
    Top Thrill Dragster
    Coaster Information: Top Thrill Dragster is a steel hydraulically-launched high speed roller coaster located at the Cedar Point theme park in Sandusky, Ohio, United States. The Top Thrill Dragster was designed and built by Intamin and debuted to the public on May 4, 2003. Top Thrill Dragster is one of the only 2 stratacoaster in existence, the other a Six Flags theme park. Top Thrill Dragster is a...
  • Maverick
    Maverick
    Coaster Information: This roller coaster is named the Maverick, its located at the Cedar Point theme park in Sandusky, Ohio, USA. The Maverick is a steel rollercoaster that covers 4,450 feet or 1,360 meters, along its course there are many intense and adrenalin pumping features but we will get to that in a bit! The Maverick was built and designed by a company called Werner Stengel, this company ha...
  • Prowler
    Prowler
    Coaster Information: The Prowler is a roller coaster in Worlds of Fun, Kansas, Missouri, United States of America. This coaster is built from wood and reaches an un-documented height of 85 feet with a top speed of 51MPH. This coast has an estimated capacity of 850 riders per hour, these passengers will all experience an thrilling ride that covers a total of 3,074 feet. These 3,074 feet will pass t...
  • Behemoth
    Behemoth
    Coaster Information: The Behemoth roller coaster is a steel coaster located in Canada’s Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. This particular coaster is a Hyper Coaster which has been designed and constructed by a company in Switzerland called Bolliger & Mabillard. The Behemoth is the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the whole of Canada. After a year and a half of preparation and dev...
  • Balder
    Balder
    Coaster Information: The Balder roller coaster located in Liseber, Sweden is a wooden coaster, it is very different from your traditional roller coaster because it’s a prefabricated coaster, this means instead of trackers cutting and shaping the parts then laying it down by hand so it fits into any area, it was in fact laser cut to perfection in a factory then put together like a giant jigsaw pu...
  • Tatsu
    Tatsu
    Coaster Information: The Tatsu Roller Coaster is located in the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park in the Samurai Summit section of the park, Tatsu translated from Japanese to English means “Dragon”, the name really does explain the style of this awesome coaster. Can you imagine the way a playful dragon would fly and swoop around in the air, if you can imagine that you are imagining t...
  • Goliath
    Goliath
    Coaster Information: The Goliath roller coaster located in the Six Flags Over Georgia was built and finished for the media and VIP to try early in 2005, going forward a few years, after painting and slight adjustments it debuted to the public on April 1st, 2006! The Goliath roller coaster was built in place of the Great Gasp attraction at the theme park and since then it has been a great success. ...
  • Ravine Flyer II
    Ravine Flyer II
    Coaster Information: This coaster is not the fastest or the tallest, it does not have the best features and its made of wood, however this roller coast is some what special, it has designed over a period of many years by a few different people, the coaster was then finally built by the fabulous coaster group know as The Gravity Group, these guys built this small but thrilling coaster to the specif...
  • The Voyage
    The Voyage
    Coaster Information: The Voyage is a hybrid wooden roller coaster, this means it has been built using steel then had a wooden track laid to make the coaster more authentic and rustic looking. The Voyage climbs to a total of 163 feet, followed by drops of 154 feet, 107 feet and 100 feet. The Voyage also travels underground through tunnels 5 times to make you wet your pants! This particular coaster ...