After over a year being closed, Massachusetts theme parks (so basically SFNE) will be able to open May 10th at 50% capacity.
Mass. COVID Regulations, Mass. Mask Requirements – NBC Boston
Sort of tempted to go sometime in May or June, but I'll be limited to weekends and have no idea what the...
I wouldn't expect it to add much honestly.
I actually like the final roll on Banshee, probably my favorite inversion of that ride (which isn't saying much tbh). The only thing is that slow inline rolls with a lot of hangtime just seem very out of place for intense B&M inverts. For Monster...
I don't seem to visit parks as much as most other people on the forums (on average usually around five or so a year, but trying to step up my game). Since I'm already used to not visiting many parks, I don't find myself craving a Funtown Splashtown USA or anything like that lol.
I was able to...
I just find it so strange that SeaWorld was so on board about getting those shoulder straps on their Premiers, then comes along an Intamin with the clamshells.
I'm not complaining that Pantheon has lap bars, but you'd think would've pushed for OTSRs.
You know if they open within the next few weeks the park will turn into a covid cesspool. I'd like to think that they're waiting a couple months to allow more folks to get vaccinated and restrictions to be raised.
Then again, it is Florida, so who knows if the park cares about covid or not.
I couldn't think of one for a while but then I remembered Smiler's restraints smelling pretty funky. Anyone else have similar thoughts?
That was back in 2014... maybe they've hung up some car fresheners since then?
I have a feeling this may be a front row ride over back row? Some of the inversions don't seem as snappy like other inverts, but it looks like you could get some good whip going up into the inversions (as well as the jr immelmann). Plus, the view facing the lake as you plunge down and the drop...
I'd say it's my favorite Euro Fighter for all the wrong reasons.
If it had none of the theming, it'd easily be the worst one. It has the usual Gerstlauer transitions which ride like ass. Now the middle portion will be much better without the drop into the overbank, but that whole section will...
Looks good enough for a family coaster. Is it the most exciting choice though? Nah.
Layout seems a bit better than Wave Breaker, but I hate this concrete setting they have here. Hopefully they're more creative with better theming/interactions.
Really wish that's how Icon ran for real. I mean I haven't ridden it so take my opinion with a grain of salt, but my biggest problem with the ride is that the launches look way to slow and seems to neuter the rest of the layout.
Time to update:
1. Voyage - Voyage rightfully overtakes Ravine Flyer as the best GG. Now I'm basing it on the magical and trimless night rides (day rides are, uh, night and day), but the recent retracking makes for a very smooth (while still wild) ride.
2. Ravine Flyer II - Actually sits right...