X2 is a steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA. What makes the ride unique is that it is the world’s first 4th dimensional roller coaster to ever be built. It was originally supposed to open for the 2001 season, but problems with the ride delayed the anticipated opening to […]Read More X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain – A 4th Dimensional Roller Coaster
Since Steel Vengeance is opening very soon to the general public, and for some, they have already ridden it. I am very excited for the ride and according to things I have read, it is a very good ride. Anyways, I will be sharing the stats of the ride as well as the world records […]Read More Steel Vengeance at Cedar Point – The Wildest Hybrid Coaster
Intimidator is a B&M Hyper coaster at Carowinds! Not to be confused with Intimidator 305 which is located at Kings Dominion in Doswell, Virginia. The ride is themed to Don Earnhart and the slogan for the ride is “Drivers Start Your Engine”. This is one of my favorite hyper coasters and I enjoy it very […]Read More Intimidator at Carowinds – Drivers Start Your Engine
Millennium Force is a Giga coaster located at Cedar Point! It opened in 2000! The ride was the first to use the cable lift system which allows a faster lift system. The ride is 310 feet tall and next to it is Perimeter Road which is where the CP & LE Railroad which is the […]Read More Millennium Force at Cedar Point – The Future is Riding on It!
Why do roller coasters close in the winter? There are several reasons that cause certain types of roller coasters to close during Winter events at amusement/theme parks. One reason is that some parks just don’t want to have to sustain the extra maintenance required to keep the ride stable in the Winter. Roller coasters have […]Read More Why do Roller Coasters close in the Winter?
A lot of times people are at Canada’s Wonderland and they look at Leviathan and Behemoth and say: Aren’t they the same? I’ll just ride Behemoth because the wait is shorter and the color scheme is cooler! – GP Well, actually there is a HUGE difference between the two and if you learn all the facts about […]Read More Leviathan & Behemoth at Canada’s Wonderland – Aren’t They the Same?
Have you ever ridden a roller coaster that takes you into space? If you haven’t, you should definitely check out Space Mountain. It is located at Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, FL. The ride is a high-speed, turning, and dropping roller coaster! The ride is designed to look like you […]Read More Space Mountain at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom – A Journey into Space
Lightning Rod at Dollywood! A ride the people who have had a chance to ride are very lucky. This ride opened in 2016 at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN! The ride is an amazing RMC coaster with plenty of airtime to please anyone who rides it! But, why is it hardly ridden? It has some […]Read More Lightning Rod at Dollywood – Why is it Hardly Ridden?
Magnum XL-200, a classic coaster at Cedar Point which was the first to break the 200-foot height barrier and the first Hyper coaster! If you’re wondering what a Hyper coaster is, it’s just a coaster in the 200-feet range, so 200-299.99-feet! Magnum XL-200 was the first to break these records in 1989! The ride also […]Read More Magnum XL-200 at Cedar Point – The Coaster That Started “The Coaster Wars”
Top Thrill Dragster: Cedar Point’s tallest & fastest coaster! This ride is an amazing ride and is 420 feet with a drop of 400 feet reaching a top speed of 120 miles per hour, which it reaches during its launch! The first time I rode this was in 2014, and in fact, I was terrified. […]Read More Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point – Race For the Sky