Thursday, January 24, 2008

World's Longest Inverted Roller Coaster To Run In China

Located in China’s Guangdong Province, this is the world’s longest inverted roller coaster. It is set to start running on Feb 7 this year. This one kilometer long roller coaster designed by Switzerland-based Bolliger and Mabillard, has a vertical drop of 80 meters and is as high as a 30-storey building at its highest point.

"The 200 million-yuan (27 million U.S. dollars) roller coaster is one of the world's most expensive and the first of its kind introduced to China's mainland. It would offer fun-seekers an experience of a vertical drop of 80 meters, as high as a 30-story building," said Xiong.










Source: ce.cn
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4 comments :

Tashur Raquel said...

looks fun
I would so get on that!

Marrock said...

Why does that fifth pic look like it has blood spraying into the frame from the lower right corner?

Anonymous said...

They must've lost somebody on that last turn...

Tyson said...

looks awesome. I love Six Flags but this is way cooler