How This Guy Built a Roller Coaster In His Backyard - WIRED.
Discover Blue Flash Backyard Roller Coaster in Bruceville, Indiana: A humble homemade ride attracts visitors from around the globe to this small Midwestern town.
Some German guys built a coaster from scratch at a construction market in just 48 hours. Not truly a 'backyard' coaster, but absolutely worth a watch!
It might get a little boring in quarantine these days, but a little boy got to have a ton of fun when his grandpa built him a backyard roller coaster. The lucky kid's mom, based in Maryland, posted a video of the incredible wooden contraption on May 22nd, and the internet immediately started responding.
The grandfather showed off his creative chops and built a roller coaster in the backyard using a toy car and wooden wheels on a ramp attached to the fence. In the video posted to Twitter, granddad.
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Backyard Roller Coasters of John Ivers. Bruceville, Indiana John Ivers looks mild-mannered -- but he's an adrenalin junkie. Sharon, his wife, said he used to amuse himself by getting banged around in demolition derbies, drag racing, and driving so fast over hilltops that his car would go airborne.
He’s also crafting a roller coaster for his friend’s son, so maybe if you ask nicely, he can build you a little something, too. I have an Ikea bed frame I need help assembling.