Mondial (amusement ride manufacturer)

Mondial is a Dutch company specialising in the manufacture of amusement rides.

Mondial
IndustryAmusement ride manufacturing
Founded1979 (1979)
HeadquartersHeerenveen, Friesland, Netherlands
Websitewww.mondialrides.com
Shake

ProductsEdit

Giant WheelsEdit

  • RR 35
  • RR 45
  • RR 55

ParkridesEdit

  • Revolution
  • Roll Over
  • Splash Over
  • Turbine (park model)
  • Ultra Max
  • Ventura

TowerridesEdit

TransportableEdit

  • Capriolo 8
  • Capriolo 10
  • Diablo
  • Furioso
  • Heart Breaker
  • Inferno
  • Jet Force
  • Mistral
  • Roll Over
  • Shake
  • Super Nova
  • Swinger
  • Top Scan
  • Tornado
  • Turbine

ConceptsEdit

  • Avalanche
  • Blender
  • Drifter
  • Escape
  • Surf's Up
  • Wild Romance
  • Propellor

Ride InstallationsEdit

List of Mondial attractions
Name Model Location Country Opened Status Ref
Air Maxx Prater
Rieger showman
  Austria Swinger 2019
1999-2018
Operating
Bat Flyer Selva Mágica   Mexico Super Nova 1990's Operating
Big Wheel Central Pier, Blackpool   UK Giant Wheel 1990 Operating
Catwoman's Whip Six Flags New Orleans
Gotemba Thrill Valley
  USA Shake 2003-2005
1995-2002
Closed
Cliffhanger Lagoon   USA Splash Over 2001 Operating
Cólera de Akiles
Formerly Boneshaker & Energizer
Terra Mítica
Alton Towers
  Spain Super Nova 2006
1995-2003
Operating
Démon
Formerly RollOver
La Ronde
Tusenfryd
Leon Snep
Ahrend
Bausch
  Canada Top Spin 2014
2004-2007
2002
2000-2001
1995-1997
Operating
Delirium Kings Dominion   USA Revolution 2016 Operating
Electro Spin Carowinds   USA Top Scan 2017 Operating
Extreme Furuviksparken
Gröna Lund
  Sweden Top Scan 2013
1999-2012
Operating
Grand Canyon Superland   Israel Super Nova 1998 Operating
Hurricane Särkänniemi   Sweden Super Nova 1991-2018 Removed
Let's Twist Everland   South Korea Top Scan 2008 Operating
Perfect Storm Happy Valley Shanghai   China Splash Over 2009-2020 Removed
Psyclone Canada's Wonderland   Canada Revolution 2002 Operating
Riptide
Formerly Cliffhanger
Canada's Wonderland   Canada Splash Over 2000 Operating
Samurai Lagoon   USA Top Scan 2000 Operating
Samurai Thorpe Park
Chessington World of Adventures
  UK Top Scan 2004
1999-2003
Operating
Shockwave Canada's Wonderland   Canada Top Scan 2001 Operating
Speed Wave Prater
Global Village
Brean Leisure Park
Flamingo Park
Joly Fam showmen (France)
  Austria Top Scan 2017
2014-2016
2013-2014
2009-2013
2005-2008
Operating
Soaring Timbers
Formerly Night Fly
Canada's Wonderland
Lainez
Biosseau
Rosai (Munich)
Kaiser (Munich)
  Canada Inferno 2017
2014-2015
2004-2013
1999-2004
1995-1998
Operating [1]
[2]
Sol Spin Knott's Berry Farm   USA Top Scan 2017 Operating
SteelHawk
Formerly Windseeker
Worlds of Fun
Knott's Berry Farm
  USA Windseeker 2014
2011-2012
Operating
Storm Chaser Adventureland   USA Windseeker 2014 Operating
Surf Dance Star City
Adventureland New York
Schäfer showman (Germany)
  Phillipines Super Nova 2007
1993-2006
1991-1992
Operating
Synkope Terra Mítica   Spain Revolution 2004 Operating
The Flash Ocean Park Hong Kong   Hong Kong Ultra Max 2011 Operating
Tik Tak Tivoli Gardens   Denmark Shake R5 2018 Operating
Tomahawk Fort Fun Abenteuerland
Rieger showmen
  Germany Shake 1999-2012
1992-1998
Removed
Tundra Twister Canada's Wonderland   Canada Avalanche 2023 Under construction [3]
[4]
WindSeeker Canada's Wonderland   Canada Windseeker 2011 Operating
Cedar Point   USA Windseeker 2011 Operating
Kings Island   USA Windseeker 2011 Operating
Kings Dominion   USA Windseeker 2012 Operating
Carowinds   USA Windseeker 2012 Operating
Wild Twister Ocean Park Hong Kong   Hong Kong Top Scan 2019 Operating

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Soaring Timbers - Canada's Wonderland (CA)". www.polypweb.eu (in German). Retrieved September 19, 2022.
  2. ^ "Night Fly". www.turbo-kermis.fr (in French). Retrieved September 19, 2022.
  3. ^ Mitropoulos, Marcus (August 11, 2022). "Canada's Wonderland unveils stomach-churning plans for world's first 350-degree spinning swing". streetsoftoronto.com (in French). Retrieved September 19, 2022.
  4. ^ "Mondial Avalanche". YouTube. July 31, 2020. Retrieved September 19, 2022.

External linksEdit