Skyloop (element) Page Discussion Read View source View history Page toolsWhat links here Related changes Printable version Permanent link Page information Cite this page The skyloop is an element used on roller coasters built by Beijing Shibaolai Amusement Equipment and Maurer Rides GmbH. It features a vertical lift and two inversions. This box: vieweditThrill elements Inverting Banana roll Barrel roll Barrel roll downdrop Batwing Bowtie Butterfly Cobra loop Cobra roll Corkscrew Cutback Demonic knot Dive drop Dive loop Dive stall Diving turn Dog tongue Double inverting dive loop Double inverting stall Drachen fire dive drop Finnish loop Fly to lie / Lie to fly Flying snake dive Heartline roll Immelmann Inclined dive loop Inclined loop Inclined roll In-line twist Interlocking corkscrews Interlocking loops Lagoon roll Negative-g stall loop Norwegian loop Over-banked inversion Pretzel knot Pretzel loop Raven turn Reverse cobra roll Reverse sidewinder Roll out Roll over Rollover camelback Saxophone Scorpion tail Sea serpent Sidewinder SkyLoop Step-up under flip Tongue Top-Gun stall Twisted horseshoe roll Twisted in-line rollback Vertical loop Wraparound corkscrew Zero-g roll Zero-g stall Zero-g winder Non-inverting Airtime twist Banked tilt Camelback circle Dark/Show section Double down Elephant trunk Fly-through station Hairpin dive Hammerhead turn Helix High five Hill Horseshoe Jr. Scorpion tail Kickflip Non inverting cobra roll Non inverting loop Octopus arm Outward banked airtime hill Over-banked curve Over-banked pretzel knot Pretzel curve S-curve Shark tail Slide track Splashdown Splash effect Splash track Stengel dive Switch track Tilt section Trick track Triple dip Tunnel Turntable Twisted dive Twisted top hat Vertical drop track Vertical rollback Vertical spiral Wagon wheel Water brakes Water channel Wave turn Windcatcher tower Variable Jr. Immelmann Top hat This article is a stub. You can help Coasterpedia by expanding it. Retrieved from "https://coasterpedia.net/w/index.php?title=Skyloop_(element)&oldid=80007"