|Manufacturer||Bolliger & Mabillard, Switzerland|
|Type||Steel - Stand-Up|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
The Stand-Up Coaster is a steel stand-up roller coaster product invented by Bolliger & Mabillard. It was Bolliger & Mabillard’s first type of roller coaster, with the first installation being Iron Wolf at Six Flags Great America, which was relocated to Six Flags America under the name Apocalypse and now operates as a floorless coaster, Firebird at the same park.
Formerly Iron Wolf
|Six Flags America
Six Flags Great America
|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]|
|Six Flags Great Adventure
|May 25, 2011
|Riddler's Revenge||Six Flags Magic Mountain||USA||April 4, 1998||Operating|
|Georgia Scorcher||Six Flags Over Georgia||USA||May 1999||Operating|
- ↑ Apocalypse is being converted to a Floorless Coaster called Firebird.
- ↑ Vortex still operates, however it has been converted to a Floorless Coaster called Patriot.
- ↑ Mantis still operates, however it has been converted to a Floorless Coaster called Rougarou.
|Bolliger & Mabillard|