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  • Superman – Ride of Steel
    Superman – Ride of Steel
    Coaster Information: To ride the thrilling “Superman – Ride of Steel you can either travel to Six Flags America, Darien Lake or to Six Flags New England. Except the ride will be called Bizzaro at Six Flags New England but it’s an exact replica of Superman –ride of steel but with a different name. The Superman – Ride of Steel is a steel out and back roller coaster with two helixes and a f...
  • Superman: The Ultimate Flight
    Superman: The Ultimate Flight
    Coaster Information: Unfortunately I never got to ride The Ultimate flight, we went in the summer season and it was jam packed with park visitors and there is no way I was going to wait nearly 2 hours to ride it! Nether the less I can give you an idea of what it is like.   Bolliger & Mabillard have made another awesome steel flying roller coaster themed to the popular comic book character “...
  • 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...
  • Nighthawk
    Nighthawk
    Coaster Information: The Nighthawk has to be in my top five must try roller coasters! Its great colors and its great style just makes it worth riding. Nighthawk is a steel flying roller coaster at Carowinds, located near Charlotte, North Carolina. They ride was originally based at California’s great America where it was named the Stealth, in 2002. It was designed and manufactured by Vekoma, ...
  • 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...
  • SheiKra
    SheiKra
    Coaster Information: Sheikra is one of the best rides I have ridden at Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay. It was one of the first vertical roller coasters to be built in North America. As you know the other one is “Goliath” at Six Flags in Georgia as the second tallest in the southeast. This is most probably another one of my favorite rides! The only problem I found with the Goliath was that you don’...
  • Dragon Khan
    Dragon Khan
    Coaster Information: Dragon Kahn I would have to say is one of my all-time favorites! I went last year for the second time,  with a group of friends. PortAventura theme park is based in Salou, Catalonia, Spain. The Dragon Kahn is a steel sit down roller coaster with eight inversions, yes I said ‘eight’! It held the world record for the most inversions until 2002, when the ride Colossus in Tho...
  • Griffon
    Griffon
    Coaster Information: The Griffon roller coaster is one I have to try!  I have been to Busch gardens multiple times but unfortunately the last time I went, this ride was not built. The Griffon coaster was built and constructed by Bollinger & Mabillard. Of course it was! They do seem to make some of the coolest and classiest roller coasters in the world today. When the ride opened it was the ta...
  • Kraken
    Kraken
    Coaster Information: I had never heard about “Kraken” until the other day when a friend mentioned about it. Kracken is located at SeaWorld Orlando. It’s a steel floor less roller coaster manufactured by Bolliger & Mabillard. It seems they make many of these steel rides around the world. It opened in the year 2000 and it was the first floor less roller coaster in the Southern United S...