Roller coasters are not everyone’s cup of tea, but for those thrill seekers who dare ride them, here are three you may not have ever known existed. Continue reading to see them all — inspired by Guyism.
1. Thunder Dolphin – Tokyo Dome City, Japan
Standing 262-feet tall, Thunder Dolphin features a 3,500-foot long course that shoots riders through a center-less Ferris wheel at speeds of up to 80-miles per hour. It’s located inside Japan’s Tokyo Dome City amusement park.
2. Colossus – Thorpe Park, England
It’s not everyday that you see a towering roller coaster in Surrey, England, much less one that has ten inversions. The Colossus at Thorpe Park boasts two corkscrews, a vertical loop, and five heartline twists to top things off.
3. Mumbo Jumbo – Flamingo Land Resort, UK
Claimed to be the world’s steepest roller coaster, Mumbo Jumbo — located inside Flamingo Land Resort, UK — has a maximum vertical angle of 112-degrees. It was manufactured by S&S Power, has a maximum G-force of 4g, two inversions, and stands 98-feet tall.