Picked up one over the weekend
1. Lightning Rod
2. Storm Chaser
3. Outlaw Run - absolute perfection. From the lift hill to the barrel rolls, every element delivers absurd ejector air and is paced flawlessly. The first drop is the best on any woodie I've ridden, the airtime hills were on...
I made my first top 10 list in 2015 and the only coaster still in my top 10 from then is Goliath at Great America. I don't really rank anymore so I can't say for sure, but if it says anything, at the end of 2015 I was at 54 creds, and now I'm at 179. So it makes sense.
Voyage - Nearly flawless coaster for me, I haven't ridden it in almost two years but for a while it held the #1 position. I mean, really; does it do anything wrong aside from maybe the occasional roughness?
Mine Blower - This thing absolutely blew me away. It's no rougher than Voyage, has badass...
Haven't updated since June 2018 so I have coasters from both 2018 and 2019 to add.
In chronological order...
X-Flight, Six Flags Great America. August 2013.
Batman The Ride, Six Flags Great America. August 2013.
Superman - Ultimate Flight, Six Flags Great America. June 2014.
Batman The Ride...
Cool thread I hadn't noticed before.
#179 - Scream'n Eagle at Fun Spot America Atlanta
It looks sketchy from the road and at the park, but this one really did kinda suck. There were some decent drops and pops of airtime, but once you get to the end all the laterals and **** are terrible.
Excluding Batman clones because I've ridden 4 and they all differ in quality...
1. Nemesis - the perfect Invert. Incredible theming, intensity, ridiculous Gs, absolutely no breathing room, and surprisingly re-rideable thanks to a near lack of lines all day.
2. Raptor - back row at Coastermania...
I don't know if I've ever had an original post, but...
Goliath (yes, my home park is SFGAm)
Steel Vengeance (Wicker Man was closed all day because Alton's operations are ****e)
So one per year is how it's gone for...
I'll be at the Six Flags Great America live! Very excited to meet many of you! The others, I unfortunately can't make...
I can't do Carowinds because I'm still in school then.
Cedar Point and Kennywood are one week after I'm in Missouri, and if 2020 is going to be a big year, we need to save...
I know I'm not visiting any more parks this year aside from my home park for Holiday In The Park, so here's my final Top 30!
1. Expedition GeForce, Holiday Park
2. Lightning Rod, Dollywood
3. Steel Vengeance, Cedar Point
4. Storm Chaser, Kentucky Kingdom
5. Voyage, Holiday World
6. X2, Six Flags...
The one that I've thought about recently is Apocalypse at SFMM being overshadowed by most other GCIs, sans maybe Wildcat and Roar at SFA. Apparently lots of enthusiasts like to sh:mad:t on it for being an awful GCI that's turning into the son of Psyclone, but I had loads of fun on it when I...