At least the cars stay on the track on that one.I think the worst coaster I've ever had the pleasure of riding has to be this one, Mad Mouse at M&D's in Scotland. It's just so rough that you can't enjoy it, which is a shame, because visually, it's the parks best looking coaster which says more about the park than the coaster to be honest!
Same, I'll be honest I don't think those two are rough at all really. I don't recall much roughness on Colossus at all.Some of you lot need to toughen up a bit. The likes of Rita and Colossus don't seem rough to me at all! Grand National I'll accept but the roughness is part of the fun!
A really rough coaster will give you bruises, and for that reason Tornado at M&Ds is my winner/loser.
Dishonourable mention for Goliath at SFNE which wasn't exactly rough but was very uncomfortable and just disgusting.
Agreed on Grand National, it's for sure rougher than Rita and Colossus but it's an awful lot better for its age. Rita isn't exactly painful but the train just shudders the whole way round now to the point of not being enjoyable.I honestly don't find Rita rough whatsoever, don't really understand why people slate it for that so much. Roughest I've been on has gotta be Grand National I think, but it's one of my faves, purely because it might be the only coaster I've felt significant airtime on.
Well, it's been a year and this opinion's changed. The roughest coaster I've ridden is now Grizzly (KD) for wooden and a tie between Flying Cobras, Nighthawk, and Kiddy Hawk steel. However, for Grizzly, the roughness made the ride more enjoyable, and for Flying Cobras and Nighthawk, the roughness made the ride just slightly worse. However, for Kiddy Hawk, the ride is easily my least favorite roller coaster. Awful.I'd have to say Thunderhawk at MI Adventure.
While I've heard there's much rougher SLCs, this one was pretty bad compared to the other coasters I've ridden.