The Strangest Wooden Coaster I’ve Ever Seen

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new-wooden-coasterI recently received a photo from a coaster manufacturing company (on the right), but I’m baffled by its weird design.

All of the ingredients of a typical wooden coaster seem to be missing. There’s no lift hill, support structure, or even a station. It appears to be to smooth, but I’m not even sure how a train would stay on this thing without any kind of track. This must be quite a revolutionary design.

Maybe someone else can shed some light on this, but I’ve found myself scratching my head. It’s definitely the strangest looking wooden coaster I’ve ever seen.

What’s Your Take?
Can you make sense of this wooden coaster? Leave a comment below.

Founder of CoasterCritic.com. My favorite coasters are B&M hypers and gigas. I'm also a huge fan of terrain roller coasters.

17 Comments

  1. Maybe it has to do with it being posted on the first of April 😉

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    • I actually did receive this photo with a spam email touting this company's wooden coasters. It cracked me up.

      I think they got the wrong guy. Maybe I should be the ROLLER Coaster Critic. I wonder if that domain is free…..

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    • i thought its a real coaster then a second later i realized hes talking about glass coasters… XDD

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  2. It does seem pretty smooth, that's a plus 🙂

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  3. i think that the coaster's insideof it maybe???? 🙂

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  4. I think they'd look nice on your dining room table, maybe. 🙂

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  5. Who's the manufacturer? Looks like a classic Dinn design.

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  6. It looks like more fun than Mean Streak!

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  7. Can I ride the coaster?

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  8. I think this thing looks realy promising, if you ask me. 🙂

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  9. is ignorance truly bliss?

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    • Absoluteley, except when you HAVE to know what you're Ignorant of.

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  10. ????????

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    • It's just an April fools joke, bella4eva.

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  11. The sheer amount of sarcasm in this section of comments is astounding, to say the least.

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  12. Haha. I see what you did there!

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  13. Hmmmm. I think you would do far better making a blog about these amazing coasters.

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