I’m OK with roller coasters as long as they make no attempts to flip me upside-down, which usually limits my rides to loopless wooden coasters. But if you can’t even line up for a coaster without getting queasy, maybe riding along on this monstrous, 90,000-piece Lego replica will let you experience the thrills of a roller coaster without the nausea. Hopefully.
With an impressive 85+ feet of track, it took Lego fanatic ‘Chairudo’ over 800 hours to assemble the 90,000 plastic pieces that went into this replica wooden coaster inspired by the El Toro ride at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. A video camera strapped to the coaster’s tiny cars gives a fun first-person view of the entire ride, but check out this other video as well, which reveals the truly impressive scale of this build. [YouTube via The Brothers Brick]