Going to an amusement park and waiting 2 hours for a ride that lasts 30 seconds is not very amusing. John Ivers of Bruceville, Indiana decided to do something about this by building his own roller coaster featuring a 360-degree loop. The Blue Flash, cost $1500 and took a year and a half to build using trial and error. The 180-foot long home-made roller coaster constructed in his backyard goes over the tool shed, under the elm tree, and around the rose bushes – all in 30 seconds. Just hit play to watch the Blue flash in action. .
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