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l Location l Valencia, California l- l Riders per train l 24 l- l Riders per hour l 2,600 Riders per hour l- l Manufacturer l International Amusement Devices, Inc. l- l Type l Wooden l- l Height l 125 feet l- l Drop l 115 feet l- l Top speed l 62 mph l- l Length l 4,325 feet l- l Duration l 2:30 l- l Inversions l 0 l- l Steepest Drop l 64° l- l Maximum G-Force l 3.2G l-
Colossus

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Colossus (Magic Mountain) - OnRide - (720p)

Colossus (Magic Mountain) - OnRide - (720p)


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Six Flags Magic Mountain

Colossus was a racing out and back wooden roller coaster located at Six Flags Magic Mountain. It opened in 1978 as the tallest coaster in the world, along with Gemini at Cedar Point. Colossus was built by International Amusement Devices, Inc..[1] The ride closed on August 16, 2014 for the renovation into Twisted Colossus.

References

Six Flags Magic Mountain Roller Coasters
Operating ApocalypseBatman The RideCanyon BlasterTwisted ColossusFull ThrottleGold RusherGoliathGreen Lantern: First FlightMagic FlyerNinjaRevolutionRiddler's RevengeRoad Runner ExpressScream!Superman: Escape From KryptonTatsuViper
Former ColossusDéjà VuFlashbackMountain ExpressPsycloneSarajevo BobsledsShockwave
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