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|Manufacturer||Rocky Mountain Construction|
|Designer / calculations||Alan Schilke|
|Type||Steel - Hybrid - Quasi Möbius|
|Riders per train||24|
|Propulsion||Two chain lift hills|
|Top speed||57 mph|
Twisted Colossus was announced on August 28, 2014.
The roller coaster opened to the public on May 23, 2015 following two season pass holder preview days.
Twisted Colossus allows two trains to race each other on similar track layout with elements placed differently, allowing for some near-misses. Unlike a true twin roller coaster, Twisted Colossus is one long roller coaster; once a train finishes the blue section it heads straight into the green section without stopping at the station.
Twisted Colossus is the second roller coaster to feature a high five element, where both tracks run parallel, banked at 90 degrees. This gives the illusion of being able to high-five passengers on the other train if riders have their hands in the air.
The train design of Twisted Colossus was revealed on November 18, 2014 at IAAPA 2014, where the lead car was on show.
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- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.