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  • X:/ No Way Out
    X:/ No Way Out
    Coaster Information: No way out  is a steel roller indoor roller coaster located at Thorpe Park, England. It isn’t one of the most thrilling roller coasters but yet never the less it’s still exciting for anyone’s first ride in the park. To be honest it’s a ride for ages between 8 and 16, with its dark tunnels and creepy kids dolls with red eyes placed around the track. It was Thorpe p...
  • Thirteen
    Thirteen
    Coaster Information: Thirteen, the ride no TV adverts would give away and stylishly different. Its located at Alton Towers in the United Kingdom. Yet again, another great steel roller coaster created by Intamin with its unique rider’s surprise! Thirteen is the first vertical free-fall drop steel roller coaster ever to me made. The track and train free falls approximately five meters in pitch bla...
  • Great Bear
    Great Bear
    Coaster Information: The Great Bear is a steel inverted roller coaster located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States. Hersheypark is the place you are going to have to go if you want to ride this beast! It was built and constructed by Bolliger & Mabillard during the winter of 1997 and opened for the 1998 season. The Great Bear was one of B&M’s most difficult roller coasters to install....
  • Katun
    Katun
    Coaster Information: The Katun is a steel inverted roller coaster based at Mirabilandia Amuesment Park, Savio, outside Ravenna Italy. They say it’s the longest inverted roller coaster ride in Europe and it’s considered to be one of Bollinger & Mabillard finest one ever made. The coaster reaches a whopping height of 169 feet, and has a track length of 3937 feet. The best part is that it it ...
  • SAW
    SAW
    Coaster Information: This is a ride I have been on multiple times and thoroughly enjoyed it. The dark steel supports with rotating blades just drag you in. If you want to experience the adrenaline rush of SAW, you will have to travel to Thorpe Park in Surrey, England. It’s worth it! Competition winners and annual pass holders were allowed to attend a preview event, before it opened to the publi...