Crazy Mouse (Darren Matthews)

Crazy Mouse
roller coaster
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Darren Matthews (UK)
Location Travelling
Status Operating
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Dreamland Margate (loan)
Location Margate, Kent, England, UK
Operated June 19, 2015 to 2015
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Bundoran Adventure Park (loan)
Location Bundoran, Donegal, Ireland
Operated During 2009
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Tramore Amusement Park (loan)
Location Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland
Operated During 2007
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Brean Theme Park (loan)
Location Brean, Somerset, England, UK
Operated During 2006
Replaced by Magic Mouse
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Darren Matthews & Joe William White (UK)
Location Travelling
Operated September 2004 to unknown
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Brean Theme Park
Location Brean, Somerset, England, UK
Operated May 2002 to September 2004
Statistics
Manufacturer Reverchon
Type Steel - Spinning - Wild Mouse
Model / product Spinning Coaster
Riders per train 4
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Inversions0
HELP

Crazy Mouse is a travelling steel spinning wild mouse built by French manufacturer Reverchon currently owned & travelled by UK showman Darren Matthews.

History[edit | edit source]

The roller coaster was manufactured in 2002 and opened the same year at Brean Theme Park in Brean, Somerset, England, UK. It operated until 2004, when it was sold and became a travelling roller coaster. It was brought back to Brean in 2006 before being replaced by a new unit.

In 2013, the Crazy Mouse was used by Mellors Group as the track system for their Ice Mountain enclosed roller coaster at Hyde Park Winter Wonderland. The drop above the station was painted blue as it was visible from outside. From 2014 onwards, Mellors have used their own Magic Mouse instead.

For the reopening of Dreamland Margate on June 19, 2015, the ride operated at the park for the season.

In December 2016 the Crazy Mouse operated at Stoke-on-Trent's Winter Wonderland.[1] It returned again for 2017.

Design[edit | edit source]

The ride originally had yellow track and pink supports. The structure at the front of the ride was purple. It has since been repainted blue with white supports.

Trains[edit | edit source]

Single car trains. Riders are arranged 4 across in a single row for a total of 4 riders per car.

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