A Möbius loop roller coaster is a racing or dueling roller coaster that is built as a single connecting track, as opposed to two separate tracks. As a result, if the train leaves the left side of the station, it will arrive at the right side of the station.
It should be noted that the track does not follow a "true" möbius loop, ie it still has a top and underside.
Notable möbius roller coasters[edit | edit source]
There are five möbius roller coasters operating today.
- Grand National at Blackpool Pleasure Beach
- Max Adventures Master Thai at Mirabilandia
- Montaña Rusa at La Feria Chapultepec Mágico
- Nitro at Dennlys Parc
- Racer at Kennywood
|Types of roller coaster|
|Track materials||Hybrid • Steel • Wooden|
|Scale||Kiddie • Family • Hyper (200+ feet) • Giga (300+ feet) • Strata (400+ feet)|
|Train configurations||4th Dimension • Bobsled • Floorless • Flying • Inverted • Motorbike (Steeplechase) • Pipeline • Side Friction • Spinning (Virginia Reel) • Stand-Up • Suspended • Winged|
|Track layouts||Figure 8 • Out and Back • Wacky Worm (Big Apple) • Wild Mouse|
|Multi-tracked||Number of tracks: 2 (twin, möbius) • 3 (triple) • 4 (quad) • 6 (sextuple)|
|Style||Mine Train • Water (liquid)|
|Situation||Enclosed • Indoor • Terrain • Travelling|
|Track configurations||Single rail|