The train is pulled up the lift hill in reverse and released down the drop. The train train travels through the station and into a cobra roll and a vertical loop. After climbing a second lift, the train is dropped again, and travels through the design in reverse.
The ride originally operated as "HangOver" at Liseberg Park in Sweden, and was then sent to Allou Fun Park in Greece, but was never built. Its next location was Sommerland Syd in Denmark, where it operated as "Tornado". In 2011, it was sold to Bagatelle Parc in France, where it currently operates today.
Triops has trains that have riders sitting face-to face, with the exception of the front and back seats. It can hold up to 28 passengers at once.
|Liseberg Roller Coasters|
|Operating||Balder • Kanonen • Lisebergbanan • Projekt Helix • Rabalder • Stampbanan|
|Former||Bergbanan • Cirkusexpressen • HangOver • Lisebergs Loopen • Super 8|