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Manufactured by Mack Rides, Dynamite opened at Freizeitpark Plohn in Germany on 18 May and visitors can’t get enough of it.


Fast Facts


Total length of ride - 493m Theoretical hourly capacity - 600 PPH Total ride cycle time - 96s (including 42s loading) Max height - 37m Height of drops - 37m Max velocity - 26 m/s Max acceleration (vertical) - 4,1 G Max Gradient - 90°


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t Freizeitpark Plohn guests are able to experience more than 80 attractions across eight fascinating theme worlds: Plohni


village, Village of the Gauls, Wild west city, Enchanted forest, Dinoland, Nature park, Oldtimerpark, and Action attractions. Speaking exclusively to Park World, Mack Rides’ Maximilian Roeser sets the scene: “Dynamite can be found in the Wild west city area of the park, right next to our powered coaster ‘Miniwah‘ and our logflume ride. The station is an old mining company where you board the eight-seater trains. “After a quick start to the top of the lift the cars are tilted sideways until they drop right down into a tunnel. This


The opening of Dynamite, with park owners, the Voelkel family to the left, Christian von Evlerfeldt, CEO Mack Rides in the middle and the Mack family to the right.


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JUNE 2019


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