Hi and welcome to CoasterForce!1. Skyrush
im hoping 50 is tmnt shell raiser at nick universe
This is where I personally cheat and say the spirit of the milestone is the one you thought it was at the time of riding, because things change, it can easily become a right mess and there's no fun in saying otherwise, particularly if you went to the effort of acknowledging it in the first place.I've just realised that somehow, perhaps because its such an obvious one to put down (in much the same way as Coast2Coaster still hasn't included Velocicoaster on its map!) I somehow forgot to include Disneyland Space Mountain on my list. So when I went to Alton Towers to knock out Thi3teen before going on to Wicker Man so that Wicker Man could be my 100th, it turns out that Thi3teen was in fact my 100th.
I reached 400 last weekend, also Raptor at Gardaland!
100 - Psyké Underground, Walibi Belgium
200 - Flight of Fear, King’s Island
300 - Valkyria, Liseberg
400 - Raptor, Gardaland
Congratulations @Nick13; if you wouldn't mind saying, how was Kondaa?
Congratulations @Edward M!Forgot to post this a while back, but, a few months ago, I rode my 50th wooden coaster! It ended up being at a (somewhat) local park to me, which felt special. 'Twas Dragon Coaster at Rye Playland. Not much in the way of airtime, but it had that distinctive feel that only a coaster that's about to turn 100 years old has. Smooth as butter but oozing with charm. The park in general was a surprising little delight. Nothing too distinctive but a solid collection of rides, with a whopping three dark rides (quite rare in America).
I recently discovered that Ice Mountain at Hyde Park Winter Wonderland has had two separate pieces of hardware in the building. Upon this discovery I've had a new coaster to add to my count which ultimately changed my #100!1) Tyrolean Tubtwist, Joyland
25) Trace du Hourra, Parc Astérix
50) Wild Mouse Coaster, Clacton Pier
100) Family Star, Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach