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Cyclone
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General
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Park Cedar Point
Location Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Status Defunct
Operated
1929
1951
Operated
Opened
Opening
Cost
Height restriction
Statistics
Manufacturer
Builder Harry G. Traver
Designer
Type
Type Sit-Down
Model
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Inversions 0
Steepest drop
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Cyclone was a wooden sit-down roller coaster at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, United States. The ride operated for 22 years between 1929 and 1951. Cyclone was built by Harry G. Traver.

Since it has closed many years ago, not much is known about the coaster today.

History

In 1929, Cyclone would open as Cedar Point's 7th roller coaster and was built by Harry G. Traver.

On Billboard's issue on May 27, 1950, the coaster was up for sale 21 years after opening. The following said:

ROLLER COASTER
FOR SALE
Profitable high ride, Best location in Cedar Point Park, Sandusky, O. No reasonable offer rejected. 1/3 down.  H. J. DIETRICH, Realty, Ohio Theater Bldg., Sandusky, O.  Phone 2508.

The next year in 1951, Cyclone would close and was removed.

Design

Cyclone's track was made out of wood and consisted of no inversions.

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