Speedi '64

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Speedi '64
Hopi Hari
Location Vinhedo, São Paulo, Brazil
Coordinates 23°05′47″S 47°00′41″W / 23.096356°S 47.011354°W / -23.096356; -47.011354
Park section Aribabiba
Status Operating since 1999
Rider height
  • Minimum: 100 cm
  • Min. unaccompanied: 120 cm
Manufacturer Zamperla
Product Powered Coaster - Twin Helix
Type Steel - Kiddie
Track layout Double helix
Riders per train 20
Height 8 metres
Length 120 metres
Inversions 0

Speedi '64 is a steel kiddie powered coaster currently located at Hopi Hari in Vinhedo, São Paulo, Brazil.


The coaster originally opened in the Wild West section of the park. It dawned the name Billi-Billi during this time, with its train resembling a buffalo. It would eventually close here in October 2011, being disassembled and relocated to the Aribabiba section of the park. It recieved a batman theme during this move, with the train now resembling the batmobile. It would now be named Bat Hatari: Perseguição em Gotham City which translates to Bat Hatari; Chase in Gotham City. This version would continue to operate up untill 2021, after which it would be stripped of its Batman theme and renamed to Speedi '64.



Colour scheme

White track and supports. The ride used to feature brown track and supports during its time in the western section.


Single train with 5 cars. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 20 riders per train.

External links

Articles on Hopi Hari