Twisted Twins

Roller coaster
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Twisted Twins
Kentucky Kingdom
Location Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Status Defunct
Operated June 20, 1998 to 2007
Replaced by Storm Chaser
Manufacturer Custom Coasters International, Inc.
Builder Martin & Vleminckx
Designer / calculations Dennis McNulty, Larry Bill
Type Wooden - Twin - Hybrid
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Stella Lola
Height 80 feet 80 feet
Speed 55 mph 55 mph
Length 3000 feet 3000 feet
Inversions 0 0
Duration 2:12 2:12
Rolling stock
Manufacturer Gerstlauer

Twisted Twins (originally known as Twisted Sisters) was a twin wooden hybrid roller coaster located at Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. It was built by Custom Coasters International, Inc. and was one of two twin roller coasters that the company built, with the other being Stampida at PortAventura Park. On July 20, 2015, Kentucky Kingdom announced Storm Chaser.[1] It is a hybrid conversion of the ride by Rocky Mountain Construction. However, this conversion only uses one side of Twisted Twins. Storm Chaser opened on April 30, 2016.[2]


Twisted Twins was a combination of two separate wooden roller coasters; one called Stella and one called Lola; that were mirror images. The Lola side used for Storm Chaser, while the Stella side was completely demolished.


7 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 28 riders per train.The trains were built by Gerstlauer.[3]



  1. "Ky. Kingdom unveils steel-wood hybrid coaster".
  2. "Ky. Kingdom opens new roller coaster".
  3. 4-Seater Wooden Coaster Cars - Gerstlauer

External links

Articles on Kentucky Kingdom