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Chance Rides 4219 Irving, Wichita, KS 67209 T: 316.945.6555


E: jay.aguilar@chancerides.com W:www.chancerides.com


Chance Rides C


hance Rides has been manufacturing a diverse product offering of trains, amusement park rides, trams and roller coasters for over 56 years, with continued family ownership.


Our nearly 20-acre site with 310,000 sq. ft under roof is in the heart


of America, in Wichita, KS. Chance Rides employs a dedicated, veteran team of skilled workers. We have manufactured, delivered and installed over 5,000


amusement rides, coasters and people movers that have exceeded our customers’ requirements and expectations. We are a company that is fast paced, dynamic, and a multi-faceted


organisation!


Key markets Our products serve large theme parks (Six Flags, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, etc.), small to medium sized amusement parks, FECs, zoos and aquariums, and stand-alone attraction venues.


Company strengths Engineering Our experienced designers and engineers use their imagination, creativity, skills and tools to translate an idea into reality.


Fabrication Chance Rides has been at the forefront of manufacturing excellence for over 50 years and we remain a leader in the industry. Our rides are American made, using American ingenuity.


Moulding Our full integration includes moulded parts on our rides, coasters and people movers; including carrousel scenery and animals.


Painting We use meticulous quality standards to ensure a long-lasting paint finish on every part of our rides. Each section of the part is measured for paint thickness to ensure a consistent coating. Parts go through several steps to make sure that they start out perfectly clean prior to the paint being applied. All of this is done to ensure that the customer and their guests enjoy a quality product for many years.


Carousel Art From our own assortment of classic carousel horses and wildlife animals to custom designs, every carousel animal is painstakingly detailed by hand, requiring up to 100-man hours per figure. And no two figures are ever completed alike.


2019 and beyond We will be fulfilling our production/manufacturing deadlines and shipments for American Dream, Six Flags, Fuwah and St Louis Observation Wheel. At Chance, our engineers are exposed to many different facets of


ride design, fabrication, commissioning, and delivery. Our primary engineering goals are focused around mechanical


Six Flags Pandemonium Freestyle by Chance Rides PARK WORLD Handbook and buyers guide 2019


engineering, electrical engineering, control systems, drafting, manufacturing engineering, and project management and we will continue building fun for many years to come!


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Jay Aguilar, vice president of sales & marketing


Prototype Shop Every concept gets proven out with a working prototype that undergoes rigorous testing and establishes manufacturing specifications.


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