Stand-Up Coaster

Stand-Up Coaster
Status In production
Statistics
Manufacturer
 Bolliger & Mabillard, Switzerland
Type Steel - Stand-Up
Propulsion Chain lift hill

The Stand-Up Coaster is a steel stand-up roller coaster product from Bolliger & Mabillard. It was the company's first type of roller coaster, the first installation being Iron Wolf at Six Flags Great America, which has since been relocated to Six Flags America.

Installations

Name Park Country Opened Status
Apocalypse
Formerly Iron Wolf
Six Flags America
Six Flags Great America
USA
USA
June 7, 2012
April 28, 1990
Closed September 8, 2018
Closed September 5, 2011[note 1]
Vortex California's Great America
USA
March 9, 1991 Closed September 5, 2016[note 2]
Vortex Carowinds
USA
March 14, 1992 Operating
Mantis Cedar Point
USA
May 11, 1996 Closed 2014[note 3]
Green Lantern
Formerly Chang
Six Flags Great Adventure
Kentucky Kingdom
USA
USA
May 25, 2011
April 1997
Operating
Closed 2009
Riddler's Revenge Six Flags Magic Mountain
USA
April 4, 1998 Operating
Georgia Scorcher Six Flags Over Georgia
USA
May 1999 Operating

Notes

  1. Apocalypse is being converted to a Floorless Coaster called Firebird.
  2. Vortex still operates, however it has been converted to a Floorless Coaster called Patriot.
  3. Mantis still operates, however it has been converted to a Floorless Coaster called Rougarou.