The Olympia Looping rollercoaster is impressive, not only because of its size and the five loopings, but also because of its ride qualities and smooth running. Highly recommended for first class events.
The Olympia looping is equipped with full automatic brakes operating even in case of power failure! The blocking system has double security measures and an “occupied/release” switch simultaneously controlling both elevators.
The maximum speed is 100 km/h and is electrically controlled by two elevators.
Each train can carry 20 to 28 passengers.
The maximum G-load is 5.2 for the vertical and +/- 0.5 for the horizontal level. (G = multiplied by your own weight.)
The Olympia looping is equipped with four waiting sections providing maximum security. The train passes the reduction brake at 48 km/hour before finally coming to a stop at the station.
The Olympia Looping provides fun and thrill. Experience your next ride at the following locations:
Idea by Rudolf Barth sen., planned from 1983 to 1985, built from 1985 to 1988, world premiere at the 1989 Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany
Runway height 32.5 m, overall height 38.5 m, ground area 86.5 m x 38.5 m, weight 900t, rail length 1250 m, electricity: 200kW light and 350 kW power
The setup and dismantling time is about one week with 10 workers. Transportation with company owned trucks or by train with 50 waggons and 20 intermodal containers.
2x caravans (13.4 m x 2.8 m), 2x staff containers (13.5 m x 2.8 m), 1x staff carrier (13.8 m x 2.8 m), 1x crane 200t (14 m x 3 m), 2x forklifts 6t (5 m x 2 m)
The Barth family is one of the most successful family of showmen in Germany. Beside the Olympia Looping, the Barth family is operating many other spectacular fairground rides and the popular family theme park Taunus Wunderland at the heart of Hesse, Germany.
80339 Munich, Germany
Telephone: +49 89 50 11 12
R. Barth und Sohn KG
53227 Bonn, Germany
Fax: +49 2 28 46 02 55
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