This is a clip released by the Walibi Holland amusement park in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands of its Untamed hybrid steel-wood roller coaster filled with giant teddy bear riders. A couple times a few of the bears occasionally lift an arm, but none of them rode it the whole time with both
Because the internet never stops turning, this a video of a roller coaster in Lithuania that got stuck, and the passengers managed to get it moving again by bobbing their heads in unison, with Night At The Roxbury’s ‘What Is Love’ by Haddaway added for extra effect. So…is this video
This is a clip from WIRED’s ‘A World of Difference’ of Korey Kiepert, engineer and owner of wooden roller coaster design firm The Gravity Group comparing and contrasting the eight main types of roller coasters, how they operate, and what decisions lead to building one style of coaster instead of
The Falcon’s Flight roller coaster being built at the currently-under-construction Six Flags Qiddiya in Saudi Arabia will be the world’s tallest, longest, and fastest roller coaster to date, featuring a three-minute, 2.5-mile long ride at heights up to 525-feet and speeds up to 155MPH. For reference, the current longest coaster
Unable to visit Disney during the quarantine, the LaRochelle family of Napa Valley, California constructed this miniature version of the Matterhorn Bobsleds in their backyard, complete with caves, fountains and waterfalls. That…wow, that’s some real dedication. For reference, I would have just ridden down the stairs in a laundry basket
Nearing completion, these are several videos of Universal Studio Japan’s Super Mario World area (including a helicopter flyover), set for a grand opening on February 4th, 2021. It looks awesome. I know Universal Hollywood and Orlando are also getting their own Super Mario Worlds, opening at later dates. Apparently the
This is some behind-the-scenes footage from an Esurance commercial starring a couple on a roller coaster, and the guy clearly isn’t a big fan of roller coasters (a person working on the commercial said it was actually one of his greatest fears). You’d never be able to tell from the
This is a video demonstration of the roller coaster that Youtuber ChuggersRCT built in Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 that syncs to the entirety of Queen’s iconic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. It’s a six minute song, so the coaster is no joke. I particularly liked the portion after 2:20, including the guitar solo.