|Cyclone at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, in 1979|
|Track layout||Zyklon 40m layout|
|Riders per train||4|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
Roller Coaster was a steel roller coaster built by Italian manufacturer Pinfari that was previously located at Killarney Springs Family Park in Bude, Cornwall, England, UK.
The coaster originally opened as Cyclone at Blackpool Pleasure Beach in 1974. It closed after the 1987 season to make way for Avalanche. It was relocated to Frontierland Family Theme Park, also owned by the Thompson family. The ride operated until 1998, when it closed with the back section of the park.
In 2002, the coaster operated at Canvey Island Amusement Park, under the ownership of the Wilson family. It spent the 2004 season at Grove Land in Wales. It opened at Killarney Springs Family Park in 2005 and operated until 2006, when the local council ordered it to be removed as the park had not applied for planning permission to install it.
Red track and yellow supports.
Single cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 4 riders per car.
- ↑ "Killarney Springs Family Park in receivership [19/6/07"]. Joyland Books. https://www.joylandbooks.com/news2007_1.htm. Retrieved 15 March 2021.
- Images of the ride on NFCA Digital.
- Photograph of the coaster at Canvey Island
- Roller Coaster on the Roller Coaster DataBase.