Twisted Timbers (Kings Dominion)

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Twisted Timbers
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Kings Dominion
Location Doswell, Virginia, USA
Status Operating since March 24, 2018
Replaced Hurler
Manufacturer Rocky Mountain Construction
Type Steel - Hybrid
Product I-Box Track
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 111 feet
Drop 109 feet
Top speed 54 mph
Length 3361 feet
Inversions 3
Angle 82°
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Twisted Timbers is a steel roller coaster located at Kings Dominion. It opened on March 24, 2018 and is a Rocky Mountain Construction I-Box refurbishment of Hurler, which opened in 1994 and closed in 2015.


The ride was semi-confirmed when RMC track was spotted at Kings Dominion in April 2017.

More details about the ride were announced on August 16, 2017.

Twisted Timbers opened to the public on March 24, 2018.[1]

In 2019, a metal detector was installed and cell phone pouches were added to the trains.



Twisted Timbers has three inversions, three overbanked turns and twenty moments of airtime.

Ride experience

The train leaves the station by making a right turn and climbs the 111 foot tall chain lift hill. At the top, riders hit a right turn and flip into a 109 foot tall barrel roll downdrop. They reach a max speed of 54 mph upon touching down the ground. The train rolls through a small airtime hill and an over-banked curve. After going through three hills, riders go through a cutback. Then, the train goes through some smaller airtime hills. Riders move through a right turn and a zero-g roll. This is followed by a right turn and several airtime hills. The train then hits the final brake run and riders return to the station.


6 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 24 riders per train.

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