Dutch amusement park, Walibi Holland, came up with a clever way to promote their "UNTAMED" ride by strapping in 22 giant teddy bears into the cars.
As you can see from the video below, the plush kids toy went on a wild ride!
The "UNTAMED" ride is unique because it has steel tracks and a wooden frame, allowing it to be sturdy and nimble at the same time.
UNTAMED, the newest roller coaster in Walibi Holland, is built by Rocky Mountain Construction. The wooden construction of Robin Hood has been used as the basis for UNTAMED. The steel track mounted on top of it provides an unequalled ride. With a speed of 92 kilometres per hour and 5 inversions and 14x airtime moments during the 1,085 metre long track, UNTAMED is action packed from start to finish!
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