World - Roller Coaster Rides with Most Inversions
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Which is the roller coaster ride with the most inversions in the world?
The roller coaster ride with the most inversions in the world is The Smiler of Alton Towers in United Kingdom with 14 inversions along its 1,170-meter long track.

The roller coaster ride with the second most inversions is Colossus (Thorpe Park) of Thorpe Park in United Kingdom with 10 inversions, followed by Altair of Cinecittà World in Italy with 10 inversions. The average number of inversions of roller coaster rides around the world is around 1.8 inversions.

 Compare The Smiler with Hollywood Dream – The Ride


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Let's check out the roller coaster rides with the most inversions:

The Smiler.

Smiler Cinematic Off-Ride Alton Towers (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

Third tallest roller coaster track built by Gerstlauer — Located at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, United Kingdom, The Smiler is a 30-meter tall steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track also has a drop of 30 meters.

  Third longest roller coaster track in United Kingdom at 1,170 meters — Built by Gerstlauer, The Smiler stretches 1,170 meters in length.

Third fastest roller coaster built by Gerstlauer — The track has 14 inversions and a G force of 5g, enabling the roller coaster to reach a maximum speed of 85 km/h.

Roller coaster built by Gerstlauer with the longest ride duration — Total ride time: 2 minutes 45 seconds.

 

 Compare The Smiler with Takabisha from Fuji-Q Highland, Japan.

 Compare The Smiler with Extreme Rusher from Happy Valley Beijing, China.


Colossus (Thorpe Park).

Colossus Offride HD Thorpe Park Resort (Youtube/Coaster Clips)

Located at Thorpe Park in Surrey, United Kingdom, Colossus (Thorpe Park) is a 30-meter tall steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track also has a drop of 30 meters.

Colossus (Thorpe Park) is built by Intamin and spans a length of 850 meters.

The track has 10 inversions and a G force of 4g, enabling the roller coaster to reach a maximum speed of 72 km/h.

Total ride time: 1 minutes 45 seconds.

 

 Compare Colossus (Thorpe Park) with Steel Dragon 2000 from Nagashima Spa Land, Japan.

 Compare Colossus (Thorpe Park) with The Swarm from Thorpe Park, United Kingdom.


Altair.

Altair Off Ride - Cinecittà World (Youtube/Theme Park Worldwide)

Altair is a steel roller coaster attraction with a height of 33 meters at Cinecittà World in Rome, Lazio, Italy.

Altair is built by Intamin and stretches 875 meters in length.

Altair has a maximum speed of 85 km/h, with 10 inversions in its track.

Total ride time: 2 minutes.

 

 Compare Altair with Steel Vengeance from Cedar Point, United States.

 Compare Altair with Orion from Kings Island, United States.


10 Inversion Roller Coaster.

10 Inversion Roller Coaster POV Chimelong Paradise China (Youtube/Theme Park Review)

10 Inversion Roller Coaster is a steel roller coaster attraction at Chimelong Paradise in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. The roller coaster track is 30 meters tall.

Built by Intamin, 10 Inversion Roller Coaster stretches 850 meters in length.

10 Inversion Roller Coaster races along its track with10 inversions, reaching a top speed of 72 km/h.

Total ride time: 1 minutes 32 seconds.

 

 Compare 10 Inversion Roller Coaster with Goliath (Walibi Holland) from Walibi Holland, Netherlands.

 Compare 10 Inversion Roller Coaster with Red Force from Ferrari Land, Spain.


Steel Curtain.

Steel Curtain Cinematic Off-Ride Kennywood (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

  Tallest wooden roller coaster track in the world at 67 meters — Located at Kennywood in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, United States, Steel Curtain is a wooden roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track is 67 meters tall.

Built by S&S - Sansei Technologies, Steel Curtain stretches 1,200 meters in length.

  Fastest wooden roller coaster in the world at a max speed of 121 km/h — Steel Curtain has a maximum speed of 121 km/h, with 9 inversions in its track.

Total ride time: 2 minutes.

 

 Compare Steel Curtain with El Toro from Six Flags Great Adventure, United States.

 Compare Steel Curtain with Outlaw Run from Silver Dollar City, United States.


Dragon Khan.

Dragon Khan - Port Aventura World - off ride footage (Youtube/Nolimitscoasterfan)

Located at PortAventura Park in Salou/Vilaseca, Spain, Dragon Khan is a 45-meter tall steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track also has a drop of 49 meters.

  Third longest roller coaster track in Spain at 1,285 meters — Dragon Khan is built by Bolliger & Mabillard and stretches 1,285 meters in length.

Dragon Khan streaks to a top speed of 105 km/h along its 8-inversion track with a G force of 4g.

  Roller coaster ride with the third longest ride duration in Spain — Total ride time: 1 minutes 45 seconds.

 

 Compare Dragon Khan with Parrot Coaster from Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, China.

 Compare Dragon Khan with Furius Baco from PortAventura Park, Spain.


Helix.

Helix på Liseberg – En helt skruvad upplevelse! [Drönare] (Youtube/Liseberg)

  Second tallest roller coaster track in Sweden at 41 meters — Located at Liseberg in Gothenburg, Sweden, Helix is a steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track is 41 meters tall.

  Longest roller coaster track in Sweden at 1,381 meters — Built by Mack Rides, Helix stretches 1,381 meters in length.

  Second fastest roller coaster in Sweden at a max speed of 100 km/h — Helix has a maximum speed of 100 km/h and a G force of 4g, with 7 inversions in its track.

  Roller coaster ride with the longest ride duration in Sweden — Total ride time: 2 minutes 10 seconds.

 

 Compare Helix with Dæmonen from Tivoli Gardens, Denmark.

 Compare Helix with Hollywood Dream – The Ride from Universal Studios Japan, Japan.


Takabisha.

Takabisha Cinematic Off Ride Fuji-Q Highland (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

Second tallest roller coaster track built by Gerstlauer — Located at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, Takabisha is a steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track is 43 meters tall and has a drop of 42 meters.

Third longest roller coaster track built by Gerstlauer — The 1,000-meter long Takabisha with a maximum vertical angle of 121 degrees is built by Gerstlauer.

Second fastest roller coaster built by Gerstlauer — Takabisha streaks to a top speed of 100 km/h along its 7-inversion track.

  Roller coaster ride with the third longest ride duration in Japan — Total ride time: 2 minutes 40 seconds.

 

 Compare Takabisha with Sky Scrapper from World Joyland, China.

 Compare Takabisha with Desperado from Primm Valley Resorts, United States.


Datasets on Fastest, Longest, Tallest, Droppiest Roller Coasters in the World

Tallest Tracks:  World  Asia  Europe  USA  Canada  Australia  China  Japan  Germany  UK

Fastest Coasters:  World  Asia  Europe  USA  China  | Japan  Germany  UK

Longest Tracks:  World  Asia  Europe  USA  China  Japan  Germany  UK

  Droppiest Tracks:  World  Asia  Europe  |  USA  China  Japan  Germany  UK

  Longest Duration:  World  |  Asia Europe  |  USA  |  China  |  Japan  |  Germany  |  UK

  Most Inversions:  World  |  Asia  |  Europe  |  USA  |  China  |  Japan  |  Germany  |  UK

  Fastest Wooden:  World  Asia  Europe  USA

  Longest Wooden:  World  Asia  Europe  USA

Tallest Wooden:   World  Asia  Europe  USA

Droppiest Wooden:  World  Asia  |  Europe  |  USA

Longest Duration Wooden:  World  |  Asia  |  Europe  |  USA

Well-known Roller Coasters built by: Intamin  Bolliger & Mabillard  Custom Coasters International  Mack Rides  Rocky Mountain Construction  Vekoma 


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