Tomáš Kašpařík, who uses Chairudo nickname, created a wooden-style roller coaster with 90,000 Lego bricks. This roller coaster is a copy of a real roller coaster that is called El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. El Toro is not for the faint-hearted people. It features a terrifying drop of 176 feet (53 meters) at a 76-degree angle, the steepest drop of any wooden roller coaster in America. Chairudo recreated the winding structure in miniature, and it’s just as impressive as its real counterpart.
Chairudo made this roller coaster with 90,000 Lego bricks
Artist used 90,000 Lego bricks to create this wooden-style roller coaster. It measures 6.5 meters long (21 feet), 1.2 meters wide (3.9 feet), and 1.4 meters tall (4.5 feet). It also includes 26 meters (85 feet) of track—the real El Toro is around 1,200 meters long (3,937 feet) and 60 meters high (196 feet).
This is the largest wooden-style coaster from Lego.