Steel Vengeance at Cedar Point Review! – August 2018

Hi everyone! Sorry it has been a bit since I last posted a blog post! I have been extremely busy getting ready for the school year, but am hoping to get my schedule back to normal as soon as I can! Anyways, today I will be discussing my full opinions on Steel Vengeance, my favorite roller coaster in the world! Enjoy!

Height: 10/10

The height is perfect for the ride. 175 feet would be a little too short, but on the other hand, 225 feet would be a little too tall. For the purpose and elements initiated in the ride, the height, 205 feet, is perfect.

Drop: 10/10

Even though the drop isn’t the best drop on a roller coaster I have experienced, I still like the drop. It is a strong drop, even though many other parts of the ride are more intense.

Speed: 10/10

The speed of this ride is amazing! It is perfect for the ride and makes it so intense!

Inversions: 4/10

Still a low rating but the inversions will and have always been rough and not fun.

Length: 5/10

The coaster is very short and it makes it worse that the elements aren’t even good on the ride.

Duration: 7/10

The duration is very short for this ride, it could be a little longer.

Capacity: 6/10

The capacity is the same but when I rode the Corkscrew it had a wait and it sometimes can get close to an hour so it could be improved.

Operations: 6/10

Operations are one of the slowest in the park. It takes forever for everyone to be prepared to dispatch the ride.

Trains: 6/10

The train design isn’t horrible but the restraints are pretty bad and cause way too much headbanging.

Smoothness: 4/10

This ride is barely smooth and is very rough, painful, and uncomfortable.

Final Score: 60/100 = D = Bad


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