Frisbee

Freak Out (Horne) at Towyn 1.jpg

The frisbee is a pendulum-based ride. It consists of a ring of seats attached to one end of an arm, which is attached to a pivot at the other end. The ring of seats spin as the arm swings. Frisbee rides exist with both inward and outward facing seats, and some are capable of fully inverting riders. They are available in a large number of sizes, from portable models to permanent park installations.

Products

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Name Company Country Height (swing) Inverting Capacity Riders face
Discovery Zamperla
Italy
Unknown No 24 or 30 riders Either
Discovery Revolution Zamperla
Italy
18 or 30 metres Yes 16 or 30 riders Outward
Freak Out KMG
Netherlands
13.1 metres No 16 riders Inward
Frisbee HUSS
Germany
Unknown No 34 or 40 riders Either
Giant Discovery Zamperla
Italy
44.8 metres No 40 riders Outward
Giant Frisbee HUSS
Germany
43 metres No 40 or 50 riders Outward
Giga Discovery Zamperla
Italy
52.5 metres No 40 riders Outward
Gyro Swing Intamin
Switzerland
Unknown No 32 or 40 riders Outward
Jet Force Mondial
Netherlands
21 metres Yes 16 riders Outward
Midi Discovery Zamperla
Italy
15.5 metres No 16 riders Outward
Mistral Mondial
Netherlands
40 metres No 20 - 24 riders Inward
Revolution Mondial
Netherlands
35 metres No 40 riders Outward
Ultra Max Mondial
Netherlands
14 metres Yes 16 - 24 riders Outward
XXL KMG
Netherlands
40 metres No 20 riders Inward
Maxi Dance Party 360 SBF Visa
Italy
31 Meters Yes 24 Riders Outward

Tallest frisbee rides

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Name Park Country Manufacturer Height Record holder
Structure Swing
1 CraZanity Six Flags Magic Mountain
USA
Zamperla Unknown 52.4 metres July 2018 - present
Wonder Woman Lasso of Truth Six Flags Great Adventure
USA
Zamperla Unknown 52.4 metres June 2019 - present
2 maxAir Cedar Point
USA
HUSS Park Attractions Unknown 42.7 metres May 2005 - July 2018
3 Delirium Kings Island
USA
HUSS Park Attractions Unknown 41.8 metres April 2003 - May 2005

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