Fresh from unveiling its High Swing tower recently in Antwerp (see here), the Dutch manufacturer KMG continues to deliver a number of its popular Speed and Inversion rides.
Scottish showman Graham Sedgwick took delivery of an Inversion named Rock Rage (pictured above) at the beginning of July and the ride is currently appearing on the British fairground circuit. In total KMG has now received orders for 12 units of the ride, including deliveries earlier this year to Franz Thurner in Austria (pictured below) and Broderick Pavier in Australia.
Meanwhile the company’s Speed propeller ride has been supplied this year to customers in France and Australia, with another due any day now for Lars Winter (Nordisk Tivoli) in Denmark.
Next February Tim Casper of PBJ Happy Days Shows in the US (where KMG is represented by Rides-4-U) will take delivery of an Inversion after the ride appears at the IISF trade show in Gibtown, Florida.
Finally, leading Swiss fairground family Maier has signed up for KMG’s second XXL, the company’s giant swinging pendulum ride. This travelling attraction stands 45-metres high and packs onto three trailers. The original is currently travelling in Germany.