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  • Magnum XL – 200
    Magnum XL – 200
    Coaster Information: The magnum Xl-200 Is an awesome steel hyper coaster at Cedar Point Park. The hyper coaster opened on May 6th 1989 and it was the first complete circuit roller coaster to break the 200-foot barrier. It is considered to have started the roller coaster wars, in which amusement parks competed to build the highest and fastest roller coasters. A bit of competition does no harm. Ke...
  • Cheetah Hunt
    Cheetah Hunt
    Coaster Information: If you have never been to Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay Florida then you are definitely missing out on a great experience. I would have to say that is one of my most favorite parks in the world. There is a whole new reason for me to travel back there for a third time. Cheetah Hunt opened to the public on May 27th, 2011 and it’s another thrilling steel launched roller coaster ma...
  • Tower of Terror 2
    Tower of Terror 2
    Coaster Information: The Tower of terror 2 is an awesome steel shuttle roller coaster that is based at Dreamworld amusement park in Queensland Australia. When the ride made its debut on the 23rd of January 1997,  it was the first ride to reach speeds of 161.9 kilometers per hour, making it the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world. Just the look of it makes your legs quiver!  It’s a ...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Titan
    Titan
    Coaster Information: The Titan is a rollercoaster I have always seen and have always been intrigued to try. It begins by lifting riders up a 245 foot (75 m) hill and then takes a 255-foot (78 m) drop entering a 120-foot (37 m) tunnel, and then taken through a carousel turn. Following the Carousel turn, riders encounter a large camel back. The train subsequently enters an uphill 540 degree heli...
  • Stealth
    Stealth
    Coaster Information: Stealth is one of my personal favorites! This had my heart pumping and my adrenaline rushing through my veins as I waited in the queue wondering whether I should turn back or not. This great steel roller coaster was built in Switzerland by Intamin. If you want to experience the rush of this one, you will have to travel to Thorpe Park which is in Surrey, England The ride stunne...
  • The Ravine Flyer 2
    The Ravine Flyer 2
    Coaster Information: The Ravine Flyer 2 is a fantastic hybrid wooden rollercoaster which is located at Waldameer Park in Eire Pennsylvania, in the United States. Amusement Today Magazine ranked it as one of the best new rides of 2008 and I can see why. The original Ravine Flyer was knocked down in 1938 to be replaced by Ravine Flyer 2 but this was only because a man was killed. Talk about a thrill...
  • Diamondback
    Diamondback
    Coaster Information: The Diamondback roller coaster was built by a company called Bolliger & Mabillard, they designed a steel hypercoaster for the theme park Kings Island that is located in Mason, Ohio, USA. This amazing roller coaster will coast around a track that is 5282 feet long or 1610 meters long. This amazing machine has some cool features such as the Splashdown feature near the end of...
  • Maverick
    Maverick
    Coaster Information: This roller coaster is named the Maverick, its located at the Cedar Point theme park in Sandusky, Ohio, USA. The Maverick is a steel rollercoaster that covers 4,450 feet or 1,360 meters, along its course there are many intense and adrenalin pumping features but we will get to that in a bit! The Maverick was built and designed by a company called Werner Stengel, this company ha...