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  • Ghost Rider
    Ghost Rider
    Coaster Information: The awesome double out and back wooden ghost rider can be ridden at Knotts Berry Farm California. Obviously the ride is placed in the ghost section of the park or it would stick out like a saw thumb.  Although with its huge size and big wooden frames you cannot miss it! It’s 118 feet  high and a long 4,533 feet in length, lasting a duration of 2.00 minutes long. Ghost ride...
  • The Beast
    The Beast
    Coaster Information: Now this is one roller coaster I really would like to try. It’s called The Beast! The Beast is a wooden roller coaster at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. The reason why I would love to ride this coaster is because it is the longest roller coaster in the world, sprawling over 35 acres of land and it’s one of the fastest and tallest coasters ever built when it made its debut in...
  • The Phoenix
    The Phoenix
    Coaster Information: The Phoenix roller coaster is located at Knoebels Amusement Resort in Pennsylvania, USA. The park relocated in the 80’s and it was being run under the name of ‘The Rocket’ at play land Park in San Antonio, Texas, USA.  The dual out and back design features countless drops and plenty of airtime filled hills counting the double up, double down and the awesome bunny hops o...
  • Colossus
    Colossus
    Coaster Information: The Colossos is a wooden sit down roller coaster at Heide Park which is based in Lower Saxony, Germany. It’s quite a unique coaster, as it’s the first wooden ride to use a prefabricated track.  This means, instead if trackers cutting, shaping, and laying the track down by hand, the track cut with lasers in the factory, achieving a higher degree of precision that could eve...
  • Tremors
    Tremors
    Coaster Information: Tremors, is a wooden roller coaster located at Silverwood theme park. It has been voted the 9th best wooden roller coaster in the world. It Features four underground tunnels, the first of which goes under the ride’s gift shop. The ride received “topper track” in 2010, a new track system designed by Rocky Mountain Construction of Hayden, Idaho. The new system, similar to ...
  • Shivering Timbers
    Shivering Timbers
    Coaster Information: The Shivering Timbers is what I can describe as a great safe for kids roller coaster. This ride looks very plain and simple but yet again it looks fast and thrilling with fourteen downward drops. It is based at the theme park Michigan’s Adventure in Muskegon County, Michigan. It was designed and constructed by Custom Coasters International and was opened in May 1998. The rid...
  • The Ravine Flyer 2
    The Ravine Flyer 2
    Coaster Information: The Ravine Flyer 2 is a fantastic hybrid wooden rollercoaster which is located at Waldameer Park in Eire Pennsylvania, in the United States. Amusement Today Magazine ranked it as one of the best new rides of 2008 and I can see why. The original Ravine Flyer was knocked down in 1938 to be replaced by Ravine Flyer 2 but this was only because a man was killed. Talk about a thrill...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • El Toro
    El Toro
    Coaster Information: El Torro is Spanish for The Bull, El Torro is located in the theme park Six Flags Great Adventure. This awesome coaster was opened to the public on June 11, 2006. It was built and designed by a company in Switzerland called Intamin. This coaster, when built had the steepest drop of any wooden roller coaster in the world, at 76 degrees! This record was broken by the T Express i...