Goliath was the first coaster designed and built by Giovanola of Switzerland. This hypercoaster combines the layouts of a twister and out and back coaster to form a unique combination. Riders on Goliath experience intense g-forces in excess of 4.5 Gs for over six continuous seconds. Goliath briefly held the world record for longest drop and top speed for a full-circuit steel roller coaster when it opened in February 2000.
Related: See Goliath Photos
Related: See Goliath Pictures
|Angle Of Descent: 61 degrees||Drop: 255 feet|
|G-force: 4.5 G's||Height: 235 feet|
|Length: 4,500 feet||Trains: 3 - 30 passenger|
|Ride Time: 3 minutes||Top Speed: 85 mph|
The first half-of-the-ride features an "out and back" layout and the second half is a twister.
Train has five cars with three rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Ride capacity: 1,600 passengers per hour
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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