When roller coaster junkies want to skip the long lines at amusement parks, they go to work and build their own in the backyard. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for first picture in gallery.
“Blue Flash”, built by John Ivers, is essentially a fully-functional roller coaster — complete with loop — that he built in his backyard.
The Blue Flash is a 180-foot long home-made welded and made roller coaster featuring a 360-degree loop and it actually works safely
Created by Jeremy Reid, this homemade roller coaster is located in the fields of Oklahoma and cost approx. $5,500 to build.
This homemade roller coaster that was built out in the fields of Oklahoma is pretty cool, I guess. Call me when you add the loops, guys. Then it’ll be a real coaster