One example of a second-generation Intamin Multi Inversion Coaster is Sik.
Thorpe Park’s Colossus has a first-generation design that is comparable. The later generation model has trains with lap-bar restraints and amore sharply shaped first descent.
Trains move far faster through the last run of heartline rolls than they did on the first-generation machines.
Colossus (1st Generation)
Colossus held the Guinness World Record for the most looping roller coaster in the world until 2013.
- Height: 98ft
- Speed: 44mph
- Drop: 97ft
- Length: 2,789ft
- Duration: 1:32
- G-Force: 4.2
- Opening Date: 22nd March 2002
Sik (2nd Generation)
Along with Colossus at Thorpe Park, Sik holds the second-highest number of inversions (10) of any British rollercoaster, behind Alton Towers’s Smiler with (14).
- Height: 108.3ft
- Speed: 52.9mph
- Length: 2,870ft
- Duration: 1:05
- G-Force: 3
- Opening Date: 2nd July 2022
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