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Stand-Up roller coaster

Stand-Up roller coaster

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Riders are restrained while standing up.


Bolliger & Mabillard - Intamin - Togo

First Installation

Dangai (1982)

Oldest in Operation

Momonga Standing and Loop Coaster (1982)

Newest Installation

Freestyle (2015) (incl. relocations) Georgia Scorcher (1999) (excl. relocations)

In operation


A stand-up roller coaster features trains with cars that are ridden in a standing position. These rides are generally very intense and often carry a higher height restriction than most roller coasters.

While popular in the 1980s and 90s, stand-up roller coasters have since fallen out of fashion, with many being either removed or converted to floorless roller coasters during the 2010s. The last new stand-up roller coaster is Freestyle, which opened in 2015. This, however, was a relocation, so the last brand new standup coaster to open was Georgia Scorcher at Six Flags Over Georgia in 1999.

Notable stand-up roller coasters[edit | edit source]

  • Dangai - The oldest ride of this type. It opened in 1982.
  • Momonga Standing and Loop Coaster - The oldest operating ride of this type. It opened in 1979 as a sit-down roller coaster, but was changed to stand-up in 1982; one day after the opening of Dangai.
  • The Riddler's Revenge - The tallest, fastest, and longest stand-up roller coaster in the world. It also features the most inversions, with six.