These beasts are any thrill seekers dream. Seriously, Wow!
Intimidator. It's located in King’s Dominion, Virginia. It gets you up its first, 305-foot hill in 20 seconds and reaches up to 94 mph.
Bizarro. It's located in Six Flags, New England. The sides of the cars on this coaster come up only up to your ankles, making you feel extra vulnerable, and it drops 221 feet into a tunnel.
Kinga Ka. It's located in Six Flags Great Adventure, New Jersey. This is the tallest roller coaster on earth, measuring at 45 stories, and it has a 456-foot drop.
Colossus is located in Thorpe Park, England. This ride has 10 disorienting loops, the vertical loop, a "cobra roll", and two “heartline twists.” Make sure not to eat before going on this twisted ride.
Dodonpa. It's a Japanese ride located in Fuji-Q Highland. The ride gets you from 0 to 107 mph in 1.8 seconds and it messes with your mind by fake/accidental launches.
El Toro is a New Jersey coaster located in Six Flags Great Adventure. This beast provides 9 instances of airtime and it also sports the steepest drop on a wooden coaster at 76 degrees.
Expedition GEforce is Germany's scariest coaster, located in Holiday Park. This ride has a staggering 82 degree angle at which it rises you up to the hill.
Formula Rossa is built in the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi. This is the world’s fastest coaster the goal of which is to re-create the sensation of racing in a red Ferrari. You're taken for the ride of your life, going from 0 to 60 in 2 seconds.
Steel Dragon 2000 is situated in Nagashima Spa Land, Japan. The first hill is 306 ft. high. And it's the longest coaster in the world, stretching 8,133 feet.
Tower of Terror II is an Australian coaster, the tallest one in Southern Hemisphere at 377 feet high. It's tagline is “Face Gravity, Face First.” First you get shot backwards up the tower, and then dropped down at a 90 degree angel at 100 mph.