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Published on Dec 29, 2009
This is a day and night of ride POV of the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit rollercoaster at Universal Studios in Orlando, FL. This was built and designed by Maurer Sohne and it's the largest coaster they've ever built. This coaster is one of the most unique coasters ever built. To start out, there's the world's tallest vertical lift at 167ft tall, then it drops you right into the worlds first non inverting loop, then a run through the trim brakes and into the Treble Cleff turn around which runs through a wall and around a facade of the Gugenhiem Museum. Then another run through a trim brake and then riders dive down and through the bottom half of the non inverting loop back around the station and over the que in the Crowd Surfing element. Then up through another trim brake, then a dive down along the ground and into the banked loop at the other end by the Blue Man Group entrance. That leads to yet another run through a trim brake then dive down through a small bunny hop and into the final station brakes. What makes this ride unique is that it's designed to run with seven two car trains that hold six people per car and 12 riders per train. On top of all that, Riders can select their own on-ride music with litterally hundreds of music selection available from all genres, except classical/orchestral music. The trains themselves are also light up in LED lights which will make for some unique and colorful night shots. Once you're done, you can edit your own on-ride video as there are cameras all over this ride. Here are the Stats, Height: 167ft/50.9m Length: 3832ft/1167.9m Speed: 65mph/104.6kph World's first non inverting loop: 123ft/37.49m wide, 136ft/41.45m tall