|Manufacturer||Ingersoll Construction Company|
|Builder||Prior & Church|
|Designer / calculations||John Miller|
|Type||Wooden - Twin - Side Friction|
Race Thru the Clouds was a wooden twin roller coaster at Venice Pier in Venice, California that was built in 1911 by Prior and Church and ran through 1923. It was designed by famed coaster designer and builder John Miller and manufactured by Frederick Ingersoll Company. The roller coaster was built, operated, and maintained by Thomas Prior and Frederick Church.
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- Stanton, Jeffrey (April 6, 1998). "Roller Coasters & Carousels". Westland. https://www.westland.net/venicehistory/articles/cc.htm. Retrieved December 21, 2021.
- "Important Renewal of Amusement Lease Made". Evening Vanguard (Venice, California). August 26, 1920. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/90915310/race-thru-the-clouds-to-get-big/. Retrieved December 21, 2021.