This new 4D rollercoaster ride in China seems the ultimate for those that do love to ride rollercoasters. Your seat is hanging over the edge of the tracks, you are going backwards, so you can’t see where you are going, and you are constantly spinning at angles of 360 degrees in two rotations.
When going downhill you reach speeds of up to 126 km/h or just over 78 miles per hour, some of the drops are nearly 90 degrees.
The ride is 1058 meters or 3,471 feet long and 79 meters or 259 feet wide. The ride is called Dinoconda and is in Changzhou’s Global Dinosaur Town.
People are comparing this to another 4D rollercoaster which is in Japan called Eejanaika, the two are very similar, but this one in China has 6 cars per train and apparently has an extra zero-gravity roll as well.
It will be interesting when this one in China does open to the public and for those lucky enough to have been on both will be able to say which one gives out the best thrills.
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