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Great Coasters International

Great Coasters International
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Roller coaster manufacturer
Headquarters
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Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA
Founded 1994
Website http://greatcoasters.com/

Great Coasters International is a wooden roller coaster manufacturer in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA. It was founded in 1994 by Clair Hain and Michael Boodley.

Trains[edit]

Millennium Flyers[edit]

Millennium Flyer trains were designed by Great Coasters International to be more flexible than other trains, allowing them to negotiate tighter turns, reduce damage to the structure of the roller coaster and provide a comfier ride.

Mini-llennium Flyers[edit]

Mini-llennium Flyer trains are similar in design to Millennium Flyers, however they are smaller. The first roller coaster to receive the trains is Coastersaurus at Legoland Florida.

Existing roller coasters[edit]

Name Park Opened
Wildcat Hersheypark 1996
Roar Six Flags America 1998
Lightning Racer Hersheypark 2000
Thunderhead Dollywood 2004
Thunderbird PowerLand 2006
Troy Toverland 2007
Renegade Valleyfair 2007
Kentucky Rumbler Beech Bend 2007
American Thunder Six Flags St. Louis 2008
Apocalypse Six Flags Magic Mountain 2009
Prowler Worlds of Fun 2009
Joris en de Draak Efteling 2010
Mountain Flyer Knight Valley 2011
Wodan Timbur Coaster Europa Park 2012
Gold Striker California's Great America 2013
White Lightning Fun Spot America 2013
Python in Bamboo Forest Nanchang Wanda Park 2016
Heidi: The Ride Plopsaland De Panne 2017
InvadR Busch Gardens Williamsburg 2017
Mystic Timbers Kings Island 2017
Desert Rally Happy Valley (Chengdu) 2017
Jungle Flying Dragon Happy Valley (Chongqing) 2017
SW8 Alton Towers 2018

Defunct, cancelled and SBNO roller coasters[edit]

Name Park Opened Closed
Gwazi Busch Gardens Tampa 1999 2015 (currently standing but not operating)
Roar Six Flags Discovery Kingdom 1999 2015
Ozark Wildcat Celebration City 2003 2008 (demolished 2015)
Starliner Miracle Strip Pier Park N/A Cancelled