The front-car only train is so unbelievably unaesthetic.
Regular Schwarzkopf looping trains don't look half bad when using a conventional car configuration.Naaaah. It's just fine. Name me one aesthetically pleasing Schwarzkopf train. I'll wait.
At least the train will stay on track if another bogey bites the dust.
What, no love for Revolution?For next year I've planned a trip to do Shockwave and Mindbender - might add Indiana Beach as a detour just to do all three major Schwarzkopf coasters in the States
What, no love for Revolution?
Anyway, a trip to IB also gets you Tig'rr, one of the few remaining original Jet Star models left in the world.
And if you're in northern Indiana, you're also not too far away from SFGAm and Whizzer, one of the last speedracers left.
Outside of North Korea, I'm struggling to think of a coaster that could be any less American than this one.
As a kid, before the internet and becoming en enthusiast, I thought everything came from the US!! I found out I was wrong!Fun Fact: Many Schwarzkopf rides in Germany were sold at the time with "American" theming as in name, flags, colors, etc and many of the gp believed that these must be US made rides