Ya know, it's been a while since I sat down and went through some of my opinions. Have some fun ones to share!
I think Skyrush's restraints are a large part of why that ride works as well as it does. It's a thigh crush for sure, but the freedom allotted by the restraints makes the ride even...
My local park is Great Adventure which is almost odd, considering it's such a hassle to get to from NYC. Still, I'm able to get there multiple times each year (and I imagine I would've visited more than twice this year if Toro wasn't down and Jersey Devil was operating more reliably), and I tend...
Can't believe I forgot to update this?!? Rode Jersey Devil a few weeks ago, and, while it needed some time to warm up, that first half ended up riding viciously after an hour of operation. Lovely, lovely stuff.
Lightning Rod- Still not confident in putting this above SteVe, but I did so for a...
Made my first visit to Dorney Park today actually, so this list's timing is perfect!! Genuinely impressed by Dorney's showing on this list. 3/10 ain't bad! It's got some very solid filler but is in need desperate need of some killer. Still need to make my way to Western PA, so no Kennywood...
This is one of the most American statements I've ever read.
As for me, I got my first shot of Pfizer all the way back in late March, so I've been fully vaccinated for almost a month now (!). I'd definitely encourage everyone on the forums to get the vaccine if possible, although, judging from...
Never done the NoCal parks and was spited by the 2 good B&Ms and a GCI at SFMM, so my list is a bit lacking. Loving these polls btw
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
California Screamin' (never been on Incredicoaster but don't...
The most obvious choice for me would be most indoor coasters, namely the Space Mountains. I always find that coasters which rely on darkness to make their layouts interesting suffer from nighttime rides and for a fairly simple reason. Coasters like these thrive on your eyes' trouble to adjust to...
Double Double Posts! Took a trip to the lovely Knoebels and was able to get 6 rides on Phoenix. It's telling just how quality the park is that Phoenix didn't end up being my favorite ride in the park. That honor goes to Haunted Mansion (which I will hopefully write about at some point). I'll...
So, ya boy Eddie rode a roller coaster for the first time since December 31, 2019, and boy was it nice to be back.
El Toro - It just clicked. Something about remembering what ejector felt like while realizing I was back on my home coaster, lovely...
I'd be fascinated to see what this list looks like in 2022.
Space Mountain ❤️
Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Revenge of the Mummy
I can't express how nice it is to see a new member not mentioning an online gambling site or a Batman clone in Kuwait.
I think ECG and Gavin have it absolutely right in terms of order. I may start with Cobra's Curse as it is a better coaster and very well placed right at the front of the park...
Was thinking the exact same thing! I imagine they will for obvious safety concerns, but I also wonder if their rather stringent loose article policy somewhat negates the need for nets. I highly doubt that's the case, but I'd love to keep that view on that pathway.
@velocicoaster hit me in the...