Raging Bull (roller coaster)

Raging Bull (Roller Coaster)

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Raging Bull (roller coaster)

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The Raging Bull is a Bolliger & Mabillard hyper-twister steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois. It was built in 1999, and features a first drop and top speed of , and is currently one of the most popular rides at Six Flags Great America. At in length, it is the longest roller coaster at Six Flags Great America. Raging Bull is the world's second "hyper-twister" roller coaster, after Fujiyama at Fuji-Q Highland, built by TOGO, a Japanese coaster company. It is also B&M's 2nd hypercoaster.

The ride received a fresh coat of paint for the 2008 season.

Other names considered for this ride were Stampede and The Undertaker.


Raging Bull sits next to Viper, one of three wooden roller coasters in the park. The land used by Raging Bull was formerly occupied by Rolling Thunder, a bobsled which had been relocated from Six Flags Great Adventure in 1990 and was removed in 1996 to make room for Southwest Territory, which Raging Bull is a flagship attraction of, alongside Viper. The bobsled Rolling Thunder is now Alpine Bobsled at The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom in Queensbury, New York.


Raging Bull is named after a fictitious ferocious beast that terrorized the citizens of the old Southwest Territory until they fled the town and built the courtyard and mission seen today.

Ride Layout

The ride starts with a left turn with a small dip out of the station and on to the lift hill. At the 202 ft (62 m)...
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