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  • Fahrenheit
    Fahrenheit
    Coaster Information: If you haven’t been to Hershypark in Pennsylvania, United States, then you are missing a good ride called the Fahrenheit. Fahrenheit is a steel roller coaster and is one of Intamins coolest rides. It has six inversions and a heart pounding 97 degree, 121 foot vertical drop! This makes the ride, the second steepest in the United States. Nothing gets the adrenaline going throu...
  • Oblivion
    Oblivion
    Coaster Information Probably the greatest steel vertical drop roller coaster of all time, is the “Oblivion” at Alton Towers,  in England. Not only the best vertical drop roller coaster but it was the first. I remember being in the line waiting for my turn and they play a weird videos on the screens of the The Lord of Darkness.  He apparently lives in the underground burrow and tells you th...
  • Colossus
    Colossus
    Coaster Information: Out of the many roller coasters i have ridden Colossus is the one i just wanted to experience over and over again. I liked it that much that going on it again on my own wasn’t a problem even when it came to the photo! If you’re a huge lover of inversions this ride will get you screaming for more. Colossus is a roller coaster at Thorpe Park in Surrey, England, UK. Anoth...
  • Mr Freeze
    Mr Freeze
    Coaster Information: The look of this ride, for a slight second makes my heart skip a beat but if you’re a fan of Batman it must be ringing alarm bells as Mr. Freeze is known as one of Batman’s arch enemies. Mr. Freeze is a steel launched, shuttle roller coaster located at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas and at Six Flags St. Louis in Eureka, Missouri. These two rides are mirror images...
  • The Beast
    The Beast
    Coaster Information: Now this is one roller coaster I really would like to try. It’s called The Beast! The Beast is a wooden roller coaster at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. The reason why I would love to ride this coaster is because it is the longest roller coaster in the world, sprawling over 35 acres of land and it’s one of the fastest and tallest coasters ever built when it made its debut in...
  • Firehawk
    Firehawk
    Coaster Information: The Firehawk roller coaster ias a steel Vekoma flying roller coaster! I do love these flying coasters! It’s in Kings Island based at Cincinnati, ohio. It was actually originally built at Six Flags World Adventure as X-Flight in the year 2001, the ride was manufactured by Vekoma. Due to low attendance at Geauga Lake, and fans of Kings Island wanting a new thrill attraction,...
  • Manta
    Manta
    Coaster Information: The Manta is a steel flying roller roller coaster based at Sea World, Orlando Florida, USA, which mimics the sensation of flight. In this case, it is meant to resemble how rays and mantas, in particular appear to “fly” through the oceans and seas they inhabit. Riders are seated upright on the trains, in one of eight rows that each holds four passengers, for a total...
  • Xcelerator
    Xcelerator
    Coaster Information: This has to go in my top 10 personal favorites list. It reminds me of the ride Stealth at Thorpe Park! Xcelerator is a steel launched roller coaster at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. Intamin have yet again succeeded in designing and constructing they’re first hydraulically-launched coaster they have ever done. Xcelerator is the fourth Intamin ride at Knott...
  • Air
    Air
    Coaster Information: “Air” is definitely on my bucket list! No matter who you are, whether you do or don’t like roller coasters there is no reason why anyone wouldn’t want to try a simulated life like version of flying. “Air” is a steel flying roller coaster located in the United Kingdom. You will have to travel to Staffordshire to get to the theme park “Alton Towers”. I used to li...
  • Storm Runner
    Storm Runner
    Coaster Information: If your looking for an amazing thrust of power, speed, a ride where you have no control over your screams, a twist, a climb and a feeling of weightlessness then this one is for you! Storm Runner is a steal launched roller coaster based at Hersheypark, located at Hershey, Pennsylvania. It was built in 2004 and was the third Intamin Accelerator Coaster. It reaches a decent heigh...