|Coasters built||108 aprox.|
Models[edit | edit source]
|Model||First Built||Location First Built||Year|
|BigDipper||Lost Gravity||Walibi Holland, The Netherlands||2018|
|Bobsled||Schweizer Bobbahn||Europa Park, Germany||1985|
|E-Motion Coaster||Tulireki||Linnanmäki, Finland||2004|
|Hypercoaster||Flash||Lewa Adventure, China||2016|
|Inverted Powered Coaster||Arthur||Europa Park, Germany||2014|
|Launch Coaster||Blue Fire Megacoaster||Europa Park, Germany||2009|
|Mega Coaster||Storm||Etnaland, Italy||2013|
|Powered Coaster||Apache Whirlwind||Frontier Village Amusement Park, United States||1976|
|PowerSplash||Pulsar||Walibi Belgium, Belgium||2016|
|Spinning Coaster||Euro Mir||Europa Park, Germany||1997|
|Water Coaster||Journey to Atlantis||SeaWorld Orlando, United States||1998|
|Wilde Maus||Wild Maus||Busch Gardens Williamsburg, United States||1996|
|Xtreme Spinning Coaster||Time Traveler||Silver Dollar City, United States||2018|
|Youngstar Coaster||Pegasus||Europa Park, Germany||2006|
Europa Park[edit | edit source]
Mack Rides is owned by the Mack Family who also own Europa Park, Germany as a showcase for Mack products. 11 out of the 13 roller coasters at the park were built by Mack Rides, five of which are the first of their model.
Notable Roller Coasters[edit | edit source]
DC Rivals is the tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster in the Southern Hemisphere.
References[edit | edit source]
[edit | edit source]
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.