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http://rcdb.com/1449.htm?p=0

 

this ride is the only ride the company that made it ever made, which means it is already going to be unusual. However, the fact that it is built on concrete walls really pushes the wierdness over the top and lands it here.

 

http://rcdb.com/3224.htm?p=44559

 

This thing is half a credit, at the most.

 

 

Another coaster from the same company. This one is an indisputable credit, but it's still very bizarre.

 

http://rcdb.com/3512.htm?p=0

 

TOGO wild mouse with a weird name and some funky trackwork.

 

http://rcdb.com/2961.htm?p=0

 

Eggbeater lifts on non-Volares are weird enough, but this thing goes above and beyond.

 

http://rcdb.com/11907.htm?p=0

 

Mini Wacky Worm with ENCLOSED CARS. Enough said.

 

http://rcdb.com/9927.htm?p=0

 

Bad: Chinese knock off Chance Tobaggan. Worse: LOOPING Chinese knock off Chance Tobaggan.

 

 

Lets see... sat around for 18 years before being installed, only operated for 1 season, needlessly enclosed cars, and a layout that seems like it might be painful. Yeah, lets post it.

 

http://rcdb.com/3139.htm?p=23110

 

another Wiener Prater coaster, this one is a bit more well known.

 

http://rcdb.com/3746.htm?p=21858

 

What is the point of the outer coaster?

 

http://rcdb.com/2387.htm?p=11933

 

Here we have the infamous "powered looping coaster". A fact that makes this ride even more bizarre is that the portion of the ride after the loop is gravity powered.

 

http://rcdb.com/2470.htm?p=13823

 

This is what happens when a wild mouse mates with a roller skater.

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http://rcdb.com/1449.htm?p=0

 

this ride is the only ride the company that made it ever made, which means it is already going to be unusual. However, the fact that it is built on concrete walls really pushes the wierdness over the top and lands it here.

That's an old side friction coaster with some really amazing views, actually.

Check the POV (there is also an offride one)

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http://rcdb.com/10902.htm?p=0

 

Kiddie SLC with an underwater tunnel for some reason

 

http://rcdb.com/3608.htm?p=0

 

Kiddie coaster with a curved CHAIN lift.

 

http://rcdb.com/9270.htm?p=0

 

Roller Skater clone with spinning cars

 

http://rcdb.com/1192.htm?p=0

http://rcdb.com/1676.htm?p=0

http://rcdb.com/1890.htm?p=0

http://rcdb.com/2407.htm?p=0

 

Gotta love "unconventional" Japanese Wild Mice

 

http://rcdb.com/234.htm?p=0

 

Finally, a classic in the weird coaster area.

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How about this Chinese SLC knock-off? I know there are quite a few but this one looks particularly strange with a sort of pre drop and extra bumpiness! The part after the sidewinder is just.... wrong

(link's not working for some reason)

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How about this Chinese SLC knock-off? I know there are quite a few but this one looks particularly strange with a sort of pre drop and extra bumpiness! The part after the sidewinder is just.... wrong

(link's not working for some reason)

 

Goddamn, that thing has a bumpiness level comparable to that of a freight train! Also, what's up with the camels?

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We have a video of that Chinese indoor coaster with the two janky looking loops. Ironically, the loops aren't even the worst bit!

I'd love to know what they were thinking with the transition out of the second loop and what the hell they were playing at with the corkscrew?!

 

It opens on December 18th, so if anybody is in the area and fancies a go...

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We have a video of that Chinese indoor coaster with the two janky looking loops. Ironically, the loops aren't even the worst bit!

I'd love to know what they were thinking with the transition out of the second loop and what the hell they were playing at with the corkscrew?!

 

It opens on December 18th, so if anybody is in the area and fancies a go...

The worst part for me is definitely the corkscrew exit

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That Chinese looper looks like it came from a janitor who decided to start a coaster company after having swept up around the Hopkins and Arrow offices in 1978. Whatever's in that tunnel should get this thing nominated a few times in the "What Rides Scare the Crud Out of You?" topic.

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