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Description

Riders sit above the track with feet dangling over the track.

First

Bizarro (1999)

Oldest

Bizarro (1999)

Newest

Rougarou (2015)

Manufacturers

Bolliger & Mabillard - Maurer Söhne

A floorless roller coaster is a variation of a sit-down roller coaster. Unlike most sit-down roller coasters, floorless roller coasters do not feature a floor. The trains are designed so that riders' feet will safely hang above the track. Currently, only the world-famous coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard designs floorless roller coasters. Another roller coaster manufacturer, known as Maurer Söhne, has designed a similar ride, however it has not yet been sold to any parks.

Dive MachinesEdit

Main article: Dive Coaster

Bolliger & Mabillard has designed a unique version of the floorless coaster concept, known as a Dive Machine(or Dive Coaster). It consists of wide cars up to 10 seats across, and vertical drops.

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