5 Fastest Roller Coasters In Europe To Ride
There are a lot of people who are completely aware of the fact that there are a number of adrenaline junkies available in Europe in the form of the fastest roller coasters.
People and visitors to Europe like the roller coasters here. They offer the fastest speeds, the biggest drops and excellent stomach-churning experiences, which are not offered by roller coasters in other countries.
European Fastest Roller Coasters
Some of the fastest roller coasters in Europe, where you will love to ride have been detailed below:
The Stealth and the Swarm Backwards, Thorpe Park, UK
This is UK’s first winged roller coaster which was inaugurated in the month of March in 2012. The seats of this roller coaster dangle out along the sides of the track.
However, it went through a renovation recently where two back rows were reversed to make it the first backward roller coaster in UK.
Shambhala, PortAventura Amusement Park, Spain
This is the fastest roller coaster in Europe and its maximum speed is 83 mph. this roller coaster also offers the biggest drop which is a blood curling 78 meters. The tunnel that waits at the bottom of this roller coaster is one of the best features that adds to the thrill.
Air, Alton Towers, England
It is basically an up-side downer in Staffordshire, England and it gives you the feeling of flying through the sky.
A ride on this roller coaster hangs you down from the seat and therefore you feel completely weightless. It offers a truly unique experience and proves that roller coasters are not all about heights and speeds.
Shockwave, Drayton Manor Park, Staffordshire
Shockwaves started operating in 1994 and it is the only stand-up roller coaster in Europe with a speed of 85 km/h. The roller coaster takes its riders through four inversions which include two corkscrews, a zero-gravity roll and a loop.
Velocity, Flamingo Land Theme Park & Zoo, Yorkshire
Velocity which opened in the year 2005 is one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in Europe. This is the only bike launch roller coaster in UK, which can accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds.