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Mean Streak
Mean Streak (Cedar Point) - OnRide - (480p)02:27

Mean Streak (Cedar Point) - OnRide - (480p)


Statistics

Park

Cedar Point

Status

SBNO

Opened

May 11, 1991

Cost

$7,500,000 USD

Manufacturer

Dinn Corporation

Designer

Curtis D. Summers

Track Layout

Twister

Lift/Launch System

Chain Lift Hill

Height

161 feet (49 meters)

Drop

155 feet (47 meters)

Length

5,427 feet (1,654 meters)

Max Speed

65 mph (105 km/h)

Inversions

0

Max vertical angle

52°

Capacity

1,600 riders per hour

Trains

3 trains with 7 cars. Riders were arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 28 riders per train.

Height Restriction

4 feet (122 cm)

Closed

September 16, 2016

Mean Streak was a Dinn Corporation wooden roller coaster located at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio.[1] Constructed out of 1.7 million board feet (4,000 m³) of treated Southern Yellow Pine,[2] it was the tallest and fastest wooden coaster when it opened in 1991. Mean Streak was one of two wooden roller coasters at the park; the other being the Blue Streak. The track is re-tracked almost every year and has its own carpentry staff.[3]

☀An announcement by Cedar Point on August 1, 2016, stated that Mean Streak would be closing permanently on September 16, 2016.

Ride ExperienceEdit

After climbing the 161-foot-tall lift hill, Mean Streak dropped riders at a 52-degree-angle and over two large elevated curves. An on-ride-photo system took rider's pictures at the mid-ride block brake run. Mean Streak criss-crossed its wooden structure nine times at speeds up to 65 mph (105 km/h). Trim Brakes had been added to the ride's first drop, and it was today considered a rough ride.

TrainsEdit

3 trains with 7 cars per train. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 28 riders per train. The seats are divided, with headrests, Individual ratcheting lap bars and seatbelts.

TriviaEdit

Photo GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

Cedar Point Roller Coasters
Operating Blue StreakCedar Creek Mine RideCorkscrewGateKeeperGeminiIron DragonJr. GeminiMagnum XL-200MaverickMean StreakMillennium ForceRaptorRougarouTop Thrill DragsterValravnWicked TwisterWoodstock Express
Former Broadway TripCycloneDip the Dips Scenic RailwayDisaster TransportHigh FrolicsJumbo JetLeap the DipsRacerScamperSuper CoasterSwitchback RailwayThree-Way Figure Eight Roller TobogganWild MouseWild CatWildCat
Preceded by

Monstre

World's Tallest Wooden Roller Coaster

May 1991–May 2006

Succeeded by

Voyage

Preceded by

American Eagle

World's Tallest Wooden Roller Coaster Drop

May 1991–April 2001

Succeeded by

Colossos

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