Incredicoaster

Incredicoaster is a steel roller coaster at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, California. Manufactured by Intamin, it opened to the public as California Screamin' in 2001. It is the only roller coaster at the Disneyland Resort with an inversion, and is the fastest at the park with a top speed of 55 miles per hour (89 km/h). At 6,072 feet long, is the longest inverting roller coaster in the world as of 2020. At 122 feet high, it is the tallest roller coaster of any Disney resort. California Screamin' closed on January 8, 2018 and reopened as the Incredicoaster on June 23, 2018, inspired by the 2004 computer-animated film The Incredibles and its 2018 sequel Incredibles 2. Its opening coincided with the debut of the newly revamped Pixar Pier section of the park, where the roller coaster is located. The tubes through which the coaster shoots serve two purposes: In addition to concealing the scenes with characters, they enable the coaster to comply with Orange County sound ordinances, projecting the screams of the riders towards the park and away from the rest of Anaheim and the nearby city of Garden Grove.