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|Type||Steel - Bobsled|
|Riders per train||12|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill |
Tyre propelled lift
|Top speed||50 km/h|
The ride featured a different layout when originally opening, but this was later changed to its current layout in order to fit the new Swiss village in 1993. These changes included making the first drop less steep, relocating the final helix by moving it a bit more towards the other helices, and elongating the final brake run to allow for more trains on the circuit.
The tyre propelled lift is part of the final brake run, but the final part of it is considered a lift by technicality; this part is slanted ever so slightly, making the train traveling upwards, albeit a tiny amount.
Schweizer Bobbahn is German for "Swiss Bob Run".
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.