|Headquarters||Weert, Limburg, Netherlands|
|Key people||Hans Gubbels|
|Coasters built||9 aprox.|
History[edit | edit source]
The prototype Batflyer roller coaster is believed to be the Batflyer at Lightwater Valley, which opened in 1996. Although it had thinner track and different cars, it shares the same name as later Caripro roller coasters. It is not known if the roller coaster predates the forming of Caripro.
Caripro was owned/directed by Hans Gubbels from September 1997 to September 2001. Around 2001 the company was sold to Vekoma (who Hans had previously worked for) but the new Caripro division was soon liquidated as part of Vekoma's reform after bankruptcy.
The intellectual property of the former Caripro company was bought by Hans Gubbels, who went on to form 'Cari-Co'. It isn't believed Cari-Co offered new roller coasters however parts and servicing were advertised on the former Cari-Co website. Cari-Co has since disappeared, and the intellectual property is believed to have been sold to Premier Rides, who started offering suspended roller coasters shortly after.
Roller coasters[edit | edit source]
|Roller coaster||Amusement park||Location||Model||Opened||Status|
|Batflyer||Hamanako Pal Pal||Japan||Batflyer||2001||Operating|
|Batflyer||Nasu Highland Park||Japan||Batflyer||2001||Operating|
|Clone Zone||The Milky Way Adventure Park||UK||Batflyer||1997||Operating|
|Hydra Fighter II||Wet 'n Wild Emerald Pointe||USA||AquaFlyer||June 29, 2001||Defunct|
|Scooby's Ghoster Coaster||Kings Island||USA||Batflyer||1998||Defunct|
|Sky Rider||Skyline Park||Germany||Gyroflyer||2001||Operating|
|Spellbreaker||Legoland California||USA||Batflyer||October 13, 2000||Defunct|
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Closed January 7, 2018