At the time of its debut Mean Streak was the tallest, fastest wooden coaster in existence. Located on the tip of the historic Cedar Point Peninsula, Mean Streak is a wooden roller coaster that beckons guests from all around the park. Built in 1991, this wooden forest of hills and thrills features a stunning 161-foot-tall first hill, a blazing top speed of 65 mph and more than 5,400 feet of track.
|1991||Wood||Twister||Curtis D. Summers, Dinn Corp.|
|Height: 161 feet||Drop: 155 feet|
|Angle Of Descent: 52 degrees||Top Speed: 65 mph|
|Length: 5,427 feet||Trains: 3 - 28 passenger|
|Train Mfg: Philadelphia Toboggan Co.||Ride Time: 2 minutes, 45 seconds|
Built with approximately 1.7 million board feet of Southern Yellow Pine.
Estimated cost: $7.5 million
Train has seven cars with two 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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