An inclined loop, also known as an oblique loop is a vertical loop that is tilted at an angle usually between 45 and 80 degrees. The train enters an inclined loop while banked, making it essentially a helix, with an inversion.

Inclined loops are found on some Top Fun sit-down roller coasters and on Bolliger & Mabillard stand-up and wing rider roller coaster.


Name Park Manufacturer Type Opened Status
Green Lantern

Formerly Chang

Six Flags Great Adventure

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

Bolliger & Mabillard Stand-Up 2011



Closed 2009

Magic Mountain

Formerly Magic Mountain

Lunapark Fréjus

Magic World

Top Fun Sit-Down 2008 Operating

Closed 2005-2007

Mantis Cedar Point Bolliger & Mabillard Stand-Up 1996 Operating
Riddler's Revenge Six Flags Magic Mountain Bolliger & Mabillard Stand-Up 1998 Operating
Swarm Thorpe Park Bolliger & Mabillard Wing Coaster 2012 Operating

Formerly Typhoon

Los Angeles Country Fairgrounds

Santa's Village AZoosment Park

Top Fun Sit-Down 2011



Closed 2005

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