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Millennium Force The Millennium Force is located in Sandusky Ohio at Americas Roller Coaster Park Cedar Point Standing at 310 feet tall and traveling at speeds up to 92 mph it is the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world It is said to be the first giga-coaster or the first to break the 300 ft tall barrier The 25 million dollar coaster has a team of 120 workers building it and will be open to ride May 13 this year Cedar Points opening day The statistics alone show how amazing the Millennium Force really is Peaking at 310 feet in the air its longest vertical drop is 300 ft at an angle of 80 degrees 10 degrees more and it would be a straight drop Its second hill stands at 169 ft while the third exceeds that to 182 ft for a combined length of 6595 ft of steel tubular track It travels at about 92 mph for a ride length approximately two minutes and forty-five seconds long The Millennium Force is an out and back coaster which means the train leaves the station goes through its routine and returns back to the same station Also it contains such features as 122 degree banked turns two tunnels it travels through and a new magnetic breaking system Its ride capacity is approximately 1600 riders per hour using three 36 passenger trains You cant even imagine how much time and effort went in to the actual planning and building of it It took two years alone to plan out the design and development of the coaster then another seven months construction project and finally the two month testing and inspection process It also required 9400 yds of concrete for 226 footers or 262000 ft which is nearly 50 miles of sidewalk All together it ended up having 229 pieces of individual track sections weighing at about 11000 to 17000 pounds each Supporting this monument of
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