There’s nothing I love quite like a thrilling roller coaster with the wind blowing past you as you scream for your life.
The truly unique experience of moving around at fast speeds when you take hairpin turns and twists and turns is so incredible. Just thinking about it makes me want summer to come quicker just so I can get back out there and enjoy roller coasters all over again.
This neat little ride from Brühl, Germany has me especially excited and I’m almost tempted to fly out to Germany just to ride it. It’s called The Talocan and is a thrilling ride available exclusively in a German amusement park called Phantasialand. In the video below you can see the visitors experience the ride as they are tossed about like lightweights. It’s most certainly not a ride for people with weak hearts!
Since the opening of the ride all the way back in 2007, visitors to the park have been enjoying this thrilling ride from across Germany and Europe.
The ride throws visitors through spins and back-flips during its 2 minute ride time.During the entire thing there is also a string of jets firing water and flames coming out of the ride. It’s an incredible spectacle just to watch!
The ride is heavily inspired by the Aztec God of forefathers Tlaloc. Tlaloc is best known for using thunder, lightning and rain when agitated. It is little surprise then that the ride uses fire and jets of water as well as throwing visitors for a spin to signify a truly angry Tlaloc!
The description tells a very exciting story behind the ride!
Hungrily, he waits for fresh victims, ready to face the challenge of Talocan lair.
Although this ride is exclusive to Phantasialand many have compared it to the Wipeout ride at Australia’s Dreamworld and even the Voodoo which is located at Discovery Kingdom.
What do you think of this ride? Would you ride it is or it too much for you? Be sure to tell us your thoughts down below!