Bayern Kurve (Schwarzkopf product)

Product
Bayern Kurve
Status Discontinued
Introduced 1965[1]
Statistics
Manufacturer Schwarzkopf
Type Bayern Kurve

Bayern Kurve was a flat ride previously produced by German manufacturer Schwarzkopf. The ride was comparable to a roller coaster with a train of cars that would travel on a circular track at high speeds. The ride was later sold by Swiss manufacturer Intamin.[2]

Completed Attractions

Name Park Location Opened Status
Bayern Kurve Geauga Lake
USA
1974 Closed 1980
Bayern Kurve Kennywood
Kennywood
Unknown
USA
USA

Unknown
2009
1994
Unknown
Closed 2020
2004
Unknown
Bayern Kurve Knoebels
Fun Spot Park
Expo '67
USA
USA

Canada
Unknown
Unknown
1967
Under construction
Unknown
1967
Bayern Kurve Valleyfair
Cedar Point
USA
USA
1985
1970
Closed 1997
1984
Bayern's Curve Canada's Wonderland
Canada
1981 Closed 2000
Berserker California's Great America
USA
May 20, 1976 Operating
Cortina Jet (René Lauwers) René Lauwers (Belgium)
Tykkimäki
Linnanmäki
Belgium
Finland

Finland
2013
1988
2006
Operating
1970
1987
Delta Flyer Six Flags Great America
USA
1976 Closed 1990
Mt. Kilimanjaro Kings Dominion
USA
1976 Closed 1990
Swiss Bob Six Flags Great Adventure
USA
1974 1979
Swiss Bob Six Flags Great Adventure
USA
1980 1991
Wizard's Fury
Previously Bayern Kurve
Wonderland Sydney
Kings Island
Australia
USA
December 7, 1985
1973
Closed 2002
1982

References

  1. "Bayern Kurve". The Flat Joint. Retrieved 2023-12-09.
  2. "Intamin Catalog". Theme Park Review. Retrieved 2023-12-02.