Zero-g stall

A zero-g stall is a roller coaster inversion that the track rotates 180 degrees, while traveling uphill - fully inverting riders. The track then levels out and while travelling downwards, the track rotates 180 degrees again but in the opposite direction.

The element has been featured on twelve roller coasters, most built by Rocky Mountain Construction:

Appearances

Name Amusement park Country Manufacturer Opened Status
Goliath Six Flags Great America
Illinois, USA
Rocky Mountain Construction 2014 Operating
Wicked Cyclone Six Flags New England
Massachusetts, USA
Rocky Mountain Construction 2015 Operating
Joker Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
California, USA
Rocky Mountain Construction 2016 Operating
Wildfire Kolmården
Sweden
Rocky Mountain Construction 2016 Operating
Steel Vengeance Cedar Point
Ohio, USA
Rocky Mountain Construction 2018 Operating
Hakugei Nagashima Spa Land
Mie, Japan
Rocky Mountain Construction 2019 Operating
Taiga Linnanmäki
Helsinki, Finland
Intamin 2019 Operating
Steel Curtain Kennywood
Pennsylvania, USA
S&S Sansei Technologies 2019 Operating
Untamed Walibi Holland
Flevoland, Netherlands
Rocky Mountain Construction 2019 Operating
Zadra Energylandia
Lesser Poland, Poland
Rocky Mountain Construction 2019 Operating
West Coast Racers Six Flags Magic Mountain
California, USA
Premier Rides 2020 Operating
Jersey Devil Coaster Six Flags Great Adventure
New Jersey, USA
Rocky Mountain Construction 2021 Under construction
Iron Gwazi Busch Gardens Tampa
Florida, USA
Rocky Mountain Construction 2021 Under construction
Jurassic World VelociCoaster Universal’s Islands of Adventure
Florida, USA
Intamin 2021 Operating
Pantheon Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Virginia, USA
Intamin 2021 Under construction

Similar inversions

The Top Gun stall is very similar to the zero-g stall, the only difference being that it is only featured on dueling or racing roller coasters in which one track does a zero-g stall over the other track.

External links

.htm Zero-g stall] on the Roller Coaster DataBase.