Single-rail roller coaster

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A single–rail roller coaster is a roller coaster that only rides on one rail instead of the two that other roller coasters ride on.

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Alpine/Mountain coasters

Intamin

NameModelParkCountryOpenedStatusRefImage
Big DipperHot Racer Luna Park Sydney Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia2021Under construction [7] [8]

Rocky Mountain Construction

NameModelParkCountryOpenedStatusRefImage
Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster Raptor Track – Steel Six Flags Fiesta Texas Flag of the United States.svg United States2018Operating [9]
[10]
Wonder Woman GLC 3.18.jpg
RailBlazer Raptor Track – Steel California's Great America Flag of the United States.svg United States2018Operating [11] RailBlazer (44990050352).jpg
Jersey Devil Coaster Raptor Track – Steel Six Flags Great Adventure Flag of the United States.svg United States2021Under Construction [12]
Stunt Pilot (roller coaster) Raptor Track – Steel Silverwood Flag of the United States.svg United States2021Under Construction [13]

Skyline Attractions

NameModelParkCountryOpenedStatusRef
Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster (•)Skywarp Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Flag of the United States.svg United States2018Operating [14]
[15]
Tidal Twister (•)Skywarp Horizon SeaWorld San Diego Flag of the United States.svg United States2019Operating [16]
[17]

(*) = track produced by Rocky Mountain Construction

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