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Ferris wheels are no doubt sketchy at best, but what about one with no spokes? Accordingly, the world’s largest spokeless ferris wheel is now open in China, for any thrill-seekers out there.

Located on the Bailang River Bridge in Weifang, the ferris wheel welcomes 36 carts that can fit up to 10 passengers each. Each cart in turn features a built-in TV set and wireless Internet, all while awarding with a fire view of East China’s Shandong Province.

Built by Tianjin Craftsman Manufacture, the ferris wheel is roughly 145 meters tall and takes 28 minutes to complete one full rotation.

So, who’s down to take a ride?

Now take a look at the world’s most terrifying glass-bottom bridge, which also happens to be located in China.

Not NYC, not LA.

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