- Inspired by a real thrill ride in NJ, an artist created this LEGO roller coaster using over 90K pieces
This artist is turning kid’s building blocks into monster thrill rides (for toys).
Inspired by El Toro at Six Flags in Jackson, New Jersey, artist Chairudo built the world’s largest wooden-style coaster out of LEGO.
“This is a pure Lego fully functional Wooden Roller Coaster inspired by El Toro at Six Flags. Model is made out of little under 90 000 pieces, it is 6,5 meters long 1,2 meters wide and 1,4 meters tall. It has a 26 meters of track which in reality is about 1200 meters long and 60 meters high Roller Coaster. Is there a better time to become a LEGO minifigure?”
World’s Largest LEGO Wooden Roller Coaster Introduction
Chairudo even shot a video from inside the ride, giving fans a POV of riding the amazing creation.
World’s Largest Lego Wooden Roller Coaster – Passenger View
The coaster is currently on display at Czech Repubrick in Hamleys, Prague, Czech Republic.
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