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Olympia Looping
Olympia Looping (Oktoberfest) - OnRide - (720p)02:37

Olympia Looping (Oktoberfest) - OnRide - (720p)


Statistics

Location

Travelling in Germany

Manufacturer

Schwarzkopf

Designer

Werner Stengel

Type

Steel Sit-Down

Riders per train

28

Height

110 feet (34 meters)

Drop

99 feet (30 meters)

Top speed

52 mph

Length

4,101 feet

Duration

1:45

Inversions

5

Steepest Drop

52°

Maximum G-Force

5.2G

Height Restriction

3 ft 9 in (114 cm)

Olympia Looping is a Schwarzkopf portable roller coaster with five inversions. It is the largest portable roller coaster in the world. The ride appears at many carnivals in Germany, including the Oktoberfest. The ride features 5 vertical loops that are positioned to look like the logo for the Olympics. Because the loops are very circular, rather than teardrop-shaped, they cause some extreme G-Forces.

IncidentsEdit

On September 27, 2008, a driving motor failed on the ride stranding over 20 Oktoberfest attendees at the top of the first hill. They were freed with the help of the Munich fire department.

Extra InfoEdit

  • The ride weighs 900 tons.
  • The ride requires a space 85 meters wide by 36 meters deep.

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