Cyclops (roller coaster)
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Cyclops' final drop
|Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park|
|Manufacturer||Custom Coasters International|
|Designer||Dennis McNulty, Larry Bill|
|Height||70 ft (21 m)|
|Drop||75 ft (23 m)|
|Length||1,900 ft (580 m)|
|Speed||58 mph (93 km/h)|
|Max vertical angle||52°|
|Height restriction||48 in (122 cm)|
|Cyclops at RCDB
Pictures of Cyclops at RCDB
Cyclops is the name of a wooden roller coaster located at Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The ride starts with a left hand 180 degree 76- foot dive off the lift, traverses three short hills, and a right-handed drop in front of the station and then climbs back up to the breaks  is a short terrain roller coaster at only 1,750 feet.
Cyclops first opened in 1995 and was built by Custom Coasters International and is intertwined with Zeus's structure. Cyclops was designed by Dennis McNulty and Larry Bill of Custom Coasters. ride operates with a single five-car train, built by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company. The last car of the train is notable among coaster enthusiasts for the intense ejector "air-time" experienced during the ride, especially on the second hill beside the station. Because of this, only riders 18 and older were allowed in the last two rows. However, in 2014, the second hill was re-profiled, and now anyone over the height of 48 inches can ride in last two rows.
Roller coaster stats
- Height: 85 feet
- Drop: 76 feet
- Top Speed: 58 mph
- Length: 1,750 feet
- Trains: 1 - 20 passenger
- Train Mfg: Philadelphia Toboggan Co.
- Ride Time: 1 minute
- "Cyclops-Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park". Ultimate Roller Coaster. Retrieved 22 December 2012.
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