I rode on the back row too and it was an ordeal. I have ridden plenty of rough rides (all of Blackpool's are except Icon imo) but Grand National was just not enjoyable for us. Hard to enjoy airtime when you're genuinely concerned for the welfare of your vertebrae </3*sheepishly raises hand*
I've had 2 rides on Nash and would not describe it as rough...
Admittedly both of those rides were back row, which I guess could have something to do with it what with wheel configurations and whatnot.
Were those rides which showcased its age? Yes.
Were those rides rough? No.
A violent personality, that is fun at parties.I like 'Nash, a lot.
It's not rough, it just has personality.
Ive been trying to figure this sentence out for the better part of 15 minutesInfusion sucked the Big One and vice versa (…?).
I don't understand how people got rough rides on ninja tbh. It was only rough-ish last time I visited.Ninja at six flags STL - the further back in the train the sooner you need a chiropractor.
Are you saying SLCs are smoother than Raptor?I seriously thought I would end up unconscious from all of the pain I have experienced on Green Lantern at Six Flags Great Adventure. I was also scared, or, scarred, on Raptor at Cedar Point, both in my (the 2nd one is definitely unpopular) opinion excruciatingly horrible experiences from two great amusement parks. Not to mention, that awful Pinfari zyklon collecting dust at Morey's Piers. These three are the worst of the worst, along with some scrappy woods (Roar(SFA), Wildcat(HP), Grizzly(KD)... All are terrible, though not all woods aren't that bad- in fact the best coaster I have ever been on so far is a wood lol).
And yes, I have been on some Vekoma SLCs, which in my opinion aren't even that bad- I'm referring to Mind Eraser(SFA) and Great Nor'easter(Morey's Piers). We'll see if my opinion changes when I go to SFNE in a few weeks.
I don't understand how people got rough rides on ninja tbh. It was only rough-ish last time I visited.
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