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Rodel- & Freizeitparadies St. Englmar in Bayern, Germany has announced its first roller coaster:

 

"Da voglwuide Sepp".

 

That's Bayerisch for "wild-as-a-bird Sepp", with Sepp being a common given name in the area for Joseph.

 

 

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    ride type: Zierer family coaster
    total height difference: 27 m
    max height: 9 m
    length: 755 m
    top speed: 60 kph
    cost: 3 million euro

 

Fun fact: the owner of the park used to work for Zierer!

 

 

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Good for them - and it's a unique coaster for what it is.

 

But honestly, couldn't they have built the same layout as an apline coaster? I bet the ride experience would be almost the same and they'd save a lot of money. Maybe they got a sweet deal for the deisgner's first coaster.

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Good for them - and it's a unique coaster for what it is.

 

But honestly, couldn't they have built the same layout as an apline coaster? I bet the ride experience would be almost the same and they'd save a lot of money. Maybe they got a sweet deal for the deisgner's first coaster.

Looks like they already have an Alpine Slide and Alpine Coaster. Not sure how this is Zierer's First Family Coaster Design Either.
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Looks like they are using 6 cars Tivoli trains on this one. Clearance doesn't look too tight I think.
The InTraSys GmbH Beilim Stators are 220 Millimeters Tall, and the Axles on the Force Coaster Trains won't allow clearance for those like the Elevated Sitting Coaster Trains do.
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Yesterday, the final track piece was put in place:

 

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The first drop:

 

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Looking back:

 

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Today, the first chain lift was tested.

Unfortunately the second lift isn't ready yet, so this is as far as Sepp made it:

 

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photos: St. Englmar

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