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other coaster of its kind in Europe is
"Orkanen" at Fårup Sommerland in
Denmark. Even without any inversions,
the coaster's course follows the first drop
straight through a dragon's mouth into
a tunnel and through a variety of other
structures to ensure a heaping helping of
electrifying thrills!

Der Suspended
Family Coaster
,,Dragon" bietet
Fahrspaß mit bis
zu 75 km/h.

rollercoaster portfolio from three to
seven. This represented an expression
of enormous faith by Energylandia in
the Dutch company, particularly since
the job called for the first three of the
four new coasters to be installed within
a period of only one year.
The park's largest rollercoaster is the 33.3
meter tall, 689 meter long orange-&-red
"Mayan" Suspended Looping Coaster
(SLC). "Mayan" runs at a top speed of
80 km/h and features five inversions. This

standard model of the Vekoma SLC can
be found in 26 different places around
the world, including the "Limit" at Heide
Park Resort, the "MP-Express" at Movie
Park Germany and the "Vampire" at
Walibi Belgium.
Together with "Dragon", Energylandia
can even boast two suspended
rollercoasters. "Dragon" is the largest
Vekoma Suspended Family Coaster model
at almost 20 meters tall, 453 meters long
and speeds of up to 75 km/h. The only

"Energu" is a Vekoma Junior Coaster
equipped with a train designed like the
head of the dragon bearing the coaster's
name that is also the park's mascot. This
coaster is 13 meters tall and runs for 335
meters at 50 km/h through a landscaped
plant and animal area. There are now
23 of these Vekoma rollercoasters
throughout the world.
Energylandia's role as a pioneering,
trendsetting park is evidence once again
with its very latest Vekoma rollercoaster
"Formula 1", the prototype for a new
LSM Launch Coaster model with a
Formula 1 racing theme. 25 meters
tall and running at a speed of 80 km/h,
passengers on this 500 meter long

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