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Rocky Mountain Construction

Rocky Mountain Construction
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Roller coaster manufacturer
Status In Business
Founded 2001
Website http://www.rockymtnconstruction.com/
Roller coasters built 11 operating

Rocky Mountain Construction is a roller coaster designing and manufacturing company headquartered in Hayden, Idaho. The manufacturer became well-known after creating their Topper and IBox tracks[1], which subsequently led to the complete renovation of Texas Giant into New Texas Giant. Rocky Mountain has also designed custom roller coasters from scratch, such as Outlaw Run.

From 2013, the company has been represented in Europe by Vekoma.[2]

In 2015, the company revealed its new track design - which consists of a single beam as opposed to two separate rails. Two different sizes are available, the larger called "T-Rex" and the smaller called "Raptor". Samples of each size were on display at the company's IAAPA 2015 booth.

The company also designs waterparks and constructs roller coasters manufactured by other companies.

Roller coasters[edit]

This is a list of roller coasters designed and built by Rocky Mountain Construction, in order of opening date.

Name Amusement park Opened Type Height Angle Inversions
New Texas Giant
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Six Flags Over Texas
April 22, 2011 Steel hybrid 153 feet 79° 0
Outlaw Run
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Silver Dollar City
March 15, 2013 Wooden 107 feet 81° 3
Iron Rattler
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Six Flags Fiesta Texas
May 25, 2013 Steel hybrid 179 feet 81° 1
Medusa Steel Coaster
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Six Flags Mexico
June 14, 2014 Steel hybrid 98 feet Unknown 3
Goliath
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Six Flags Great America
June 19, 2014 Wooden 165 feet 85° 2
Twisted Colossus
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Six Flags Magic Mountain
May 23, 2015 Steel hybrid 121 feet 80° 2
Wicked Cyclone
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Six Flags New England
May 24, 2015 Steel hybrid 109 feet 78° 3
Joker
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Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
May 29, 2016 Steel hybrid 100 feet 78° 3
Lightning Rod
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Dollywood
June 13, 2016 Wooden Unknown 73° 0
Storm Chaser
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Kentucky Kingdom
April 30, 2016 Steel 100 feet 78° 2
Wildfire
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Kolmården
June 28, 2016 Wooden 189 feet 83° 3
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Cedar Point
2018 Steel Unknown Unknown Unknown

References[edit]

  1. Home - Rocky Mountain Construction
  2. Wood Coasters & Upgrades - Vekoma and Rocky Mountain Construction