We’ve seen some amazing LEGO creations over the last few years from the world’s largest Millennium Falcon made from 250,000 LEGO pieces to a swimming paradise made with over 55,000 LEGO bricks, and plenty more. But take a look the latest LEGO wonder – this amazing LEGO Roller Coaster actually works!
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LEGO artist Tomáš Kašpařík (aka Chairudo) has created the world’s largest wooden-style coaster from our favourite building bricks. It took him 800 hours to build using almost 90,000 LEGO bricks!
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This LEGO Roller Coaster is Amazing!
Like many kids and grown ups, Chairudo loves LEGO and he has turned his passion into a career. He has been creating extraordinary LEGO sculptures for years and his latest creation is amazing.
He has built the world’s largest wooden-style roller coaster from LEGO. Inspired by the El Toro roller coaster at the Six Flags Theme Park, the LEGO version is 6.5m long, over 1m wide and 1.4m tall. It has 26m of track, and it’s a working coaster!
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El Toro In Real Life
The real life ride El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ is definitely one for the braver roller coaster riders amongst us. With a 1,200m (3,900ft) long track, it has a 53m (176ft) drop at a 76de angle, it’s the steepest drop of any wooden roller coaster in America.
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Chairudo recreated the infamous roller coaster out of LEGO, for Hamley’s in Prague. He also built other amusement park entertainment such as a carousel, Ferris wheel and a giant maze to sit alongside the replica roller coaster.
The LEGO El Toro track features several huge drops, with twists and turns along the way. Chairudo strapped a camera onto the miniature cars on the track for part of the video, making you feel like you are riding this tiny but extreme roller coaster as you watch!
For more amazing LEGO creations visit Chairudo’s YouYube channel and follow him on Facebook.
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