Lost Gravity (roller coaster)

Lost Gravity
Lost Gravity
Walibi Holland
LocationWalibi Holland
Park sectionZero Zone
Coordinates52°26′33″N 5°45′59″E / 52.4424°N 5.7663°E / 52.4424; 5.7663
Opening date24 March 2016 (2016-03-24)
General statistics
ManufacturerMack Rides
Lift/launch systemChain lift hill
Height32 m (105 ft)
Length680 m (2,230 ft)
Speed87 km/h (54 mph)
Max vertical angle90°
Capacity800 riders per hour
Height restriction140 cm (4 ft 7 in)
Trains4 trains with a single car. Riders are arranged 4 across in 2 rows for a total of 8 riders per train.
Speedypass available
Lost Gravity at RCDB

Lost Gravity is a steel roller coaster at Walibi Holland, located in Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, Netherlands which was manufactured by Mack Rides and constructed by RCS GmbH, opening to the public on 24 March 2016.


Construction on the ride was completed in January 2016. The design of the trains was revealed on 19 February 2016 and a week later, testing began.

The official soundtrack of Lost Gravity, Move Up (Lost Gravity) by Mr. Polska [nl], was released on 17 March 2016.[1] The roller coaster opened on 24 March 2016.[2]


The wagons are pulled to a height of 32 metres (105 ft) using a chain lift hill and reach a top speed of 87 kilometres per hour (54 mph). Two inversions were also installed on the route: a dive drop and a zero-g-roll. There are also fire and water effects while driving, while they are activated by sensors on the track, the fire elements usually will not get activated.[3]


2 inversions:

The ride is alternately painted yellow and black. It was the first of Mack Rides BigDipper model roller coasters. The model is unusual in that as well as having two seats above the track, each row also has two outer seats suspended on the sides of the track; one on the left and one on the right. Two Intamin coasters also utilise this seating arrangement: Skyrush at Hersheypark and Flying Aces at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.



  1. ^ "Mr. Polska - Move Up (Lost Gravity) (Prod. Boaz van de Beatz)". YouTube. March 17, 2016. Retrieved December 3, 2021.
  2. ^ a b Duane, Marden. "Lost Gravity - Walibi Holland (Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, Netherlands)". Roller Coaster DataBase. Retrieved 27 May 2017.
  3. ^ "Lost Gravity - Walibi Holland". www.walibi.nl. Retrieved 2021-12-03.

External links

  • Official website
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