If you have ever wondered what the oldest roller coaster in the world is, and what it’s like to ride, you need to watch this video.
It shows some guy visiting Leap the Dips in Lakemont Park in Altoona, Pennsylvania. And he films himself riding the less-than-thrilling roller coaster.
OK, it isn’t a thrill ride. Instead, it’s just a car riding on wooden rails, with gravity produced by the dips propelling you along.
Leap the Dips will have amazed and entertained punters when it opened in 1902. But now, it’s just a historical relic most people will be utterly unimpressed with.