Streamliner Coaster

Roller coaster in the United States
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Streamliner Coaster
The ride in 2011
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Location San Antonio, Texas, USA
Coordinates 29°35′48″N 98°36′36″W / 29.596537°N 98.609975°W / 29.596537; -98.609975
Park section Thrill Seeker Park
Status Operating since March 14, 1992
Rider height 36 inch minimum
Manufacturer Vekoma
Product Junior Coaster 85
Type Steel - Kiddie
Track layout Oval
Riders per train 10
Hourly capacity 670
Propulsion Tire propelled lift
Length 278.8 feet
Inversions 0

Streamliner Coaster is a Vekoma kiddie roller coaster located at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, Texas, USA.


The ride was originally named "Pied Piper" when it opened in 1992. In 1999, it was renamed to "Rollschuhcoaster". In 2009, Wiggles World made its debut at the park and the roller coaster was renamed to "Romp Bomp A Stomp" to suit the new theme.

In 2011, Romp Bomp A Stomp renamed to "Kiddee Koaster" after Six Flags got rid of external licenses from its parks. Then in 2020, it was renamed "Streamliner Coaster".



The ride is one of only two 85m Junior Coasters from Vekoma currently in existence. This layout is a simple oval layout.

Color scheme

White track and red supports. The coaster originally opened with Yellow track and light green supports. This would be repainted to lime green track and hot pink supports when it was rethemed to Romp Bomp A Stomp. Its latest repaint was in 2020, where it recieved its current scheme.


Single train with 5 cars. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in a single row, for a total of 10 riders per train. The train is designed to resemble a roller skate.

External links

Articles on Six Flags Fiesta Texas