Knoebels Amusement Park has completed another project to recreate a modern day version of the classic Flying Turns "bobsled" wooden roller coaster from the early 1900s. Flying Turns features unique three car trains that are not attached to a track. Instead, the train rolls down a U-shape wood trough that resembles a bobsled course. Since the train is not restricted by a track, each ride on the Flying Turns should be a unique experience.
The original plans were for five car trains, but after many revisions the park finally settled with three-car trains.
January 2006 – Construction begins on recreating this classic wooden coaster.
Opening date: October 5, 2013
Train has three cars with one row each, seating two inline per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 42 inches tall
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