Roller Coaster Trivia

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Tallest Coaster
Kingda Ka
Fastest Coaster
Formula Rossa
Longest Coaster
Steel Dragon 2000
Oldest Coaster
Leap-the-dips
First Steel-tubing Coaster
Matterhorn
First Steel Coaster w/ Vertical Loop
Revolution
Only Interlocking Loops Coaster
Loch Ness Monster
Tallest Loop Coaster
Flash
First Giga Coaster
Millennium Force
First Hyper Coaster
Magnum XL-200
Other Strata Coaster (Besides first answer)
Top Thrill Dragster
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Steepest Drop Coaster
TMNT Shellraiser
Tallest Inverted Coaster
Alpengeist
Coaster with Most Inversions
The Smiler
First Triple-Inversion Coaster
Corkscrew
Coaster with Tallest Inversion
Steel Curtain
Park With Most Coasters
Six Flags Magic Mountain
Tallest Wooden Coaster
T Express/Wildfire
Tallest Stand-up Coaster
Riddler's Revenge
Tallest Flying Coaster
Tatsu
Tallest Dive Coaster
Yukon Striker/Valravn
First 4D Coaster
X2
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Level 69
Jun 5, 2016
tallest wooden roller coaster is Goliath in Six Flags Great America
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Level 79
Jun 6, 2016
It has the highest drop. Its height is 165 ft, compared to T Express at 184 ft.
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Level 17
Feb 15, 2020
Rodelbaan at De Waarbeck is the oldest steel coaster, Matterhorn is the first steel coaster with pipe-shaped rails but not the oldest one in general.
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Level 79
Feb 16, 2020
I actually didn't know that until now, LOL. I'll rephrase the question.
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Level 60
Nov 15, 2021
tallest loop coaster was a bit unclear, I wasn't sure if you meant the tallest coaster with an inversion or the tallest loop in general, you should rephrase that to "coaster with the tallest vertical loop" or something like that.