Longest wooden roller coaster – the Beast at Kings Island entered into the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest wooden rollercoaster in the world at 7,359 feet on April 5, 1980.
The world’s longest wooden rollercoaster goes through a series of test cycles every morning before opening.
Getting the world’s longest wooden roller coaster ready for a day of growling ‘n’ prowling along 7,359 feet of track through wooded terrain is a Beast of a project. The work involved for their maintenance team takes up to four hours to complete before the park opens each day.
April 14 2019, the world’s longest wooden rollercoaster officially turned 40 years old. Since opening, each train has travelled more than 900,000 miles.
16th August is a big day in the amusement and theme park industry. It’s National Roller Coaster Day, which celebrates the king of the thrill rides. A ride on the world’s longest wooden rollercoaster, The Beast, is always a great way to celebrate.
White Cyclone is the fourth longest wooden rollercoaster in the world.
It is 1700m in length.
Did you know that GhostRider @knotts is the tallest, fastest, and longest wooden rollercoaster in California?
Goliath at @SFGreat_America has the longest & steepest drop on a wooden roller coaster in the world, awesome ride.
China’s longest wooden rollercoaster is now open in Nanchang.