Human powered Ferris wheel


Human powered Ferris wheel

You might have enjoyed riding Ferris wheel several time but have you ever experienced human powered Ferris wheel without any electric motor rotating it ? Only in India you can enjoy human powered Ferris wheel. Like this Ferris wheel this video is also very popular on internet with about one million YouTube views. This wheel is rotated by 6 men.

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This is a small wooden wheel consists of passengers chairs suspended from large wooden rings and it is turned by strong men. Two men are continuously rotating the wheel, while other four climbs on the passenger chair and come down to increase the speed of the wheel by pulling any chair down, while hanging on it. They land on the ground and then again climb up the wooden stairs to repeat the action. Passengers are enjoying the ride. I think this happens only in India. There are other Ferris wheels you can enjoy, which runs with electric motor, but this is something different and amazing, so riding on this wheel might be a great experience. The people who are scared of height and the speed of rotating wheel, can enjoy this without any fear, because it is not very high and turns at slow speed.

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George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr, designed and constructed the first original Ferris Wheel as a landmark for the 1893 world’s columbian exposition in Chicago. Ferris wheel is also known as an observation wheel or big wheel. The structure consists of a rotating upright wheel, many components like cars, cabins or pods are attached to the rim for carrying passengers. These are attached in such a way that as the wheel turns, they are kept upright, usually by gravity. There are so many Ferris wheels around the world but the world’s tallest Ferris wheel is in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. The height of this wheel is 168 meters. It was opened to the public on March 31, 2014 and i currently the world’s tallest Ferris wheel. It is famous as High Roller. Other tallest Ferris wheels are in Singapore (the Singapore Flyer, 165 meters tall), the “Star of Nanchang” in China (160 meters tall), the “London Eye” in London (135 meters tall), the “Daikanransha” in Japan (115 meters tall), the “Grande Roue de Pairs” in Paris (100 meters tall) and the “Great Wheel” in London (94 meters tall).

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