Formerly called Timberland Twister, this is the first spinning roller coaster Gerstlauer and the first of its kind. Onboard the Fairly Odd Coaster, individual cars seat four passengers, two abreast in two face-to-face rows. The individual cars are designed to spin and each ride experience is unique because the spinning is uncontrolled. Fairly Odd Coaster is built indoors, rises to a height of 54 feet and features 1,345 feet of twisted track with hairpin turns and plummeting spirals.
Related: See Fairly Odd Coaster Review for pictures.
|Angle Of Descent: 50 degrees||Height: 54 feet|
|Length: 1,345 feet||Trains: 6 - 4 passenger|
|Ride Time: 1 minute, 30 seconds||Top Speed: 31 mph|
Features: Independent Spinning Cars
Individual car has two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 43 inches tall with an adult or 47 inches to ride alone
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