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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...
  • Pepsi Max, The Big One
    Pepsi Max, The Big One
    Coaster Information: Pepsi max was the first roller coaster I had ever been on. Let’s just say it was my gateway drug to all other thrilling coasters in the world. This is the daddy that got me hooked on roller coasters since I was 10 years old. Pepsi Max, Big One is a steel roller coaster in the United Kingdom at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. The ride cost a staggering twelve million pounds which i...
  • 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...
  • Fujiyama
    Fujiyama
    Coaster Information: Japan has always been a place I have been meaning to go for many reasons but now the Fujiyama has just given me another reason.  It is one of the tallest rollercoasters in the world still to this day. The ride looks scary standing at 259 feet with an insane 235 foot drop, which makes it the largest drop in the world. Not only has it been the tallest rollercoaster in the world...
  • 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 ...
  • Colossus
    Colossus
    Coaster Information: The Colossos is a wooden sit down roller coaster at Heide Park which is based in Lower Saxony, Germany. It’s quite a unique coaster, as it’s the first wooden ride to use a prefabricated track.  This means, instead if trackers cutting, shaping, and laying the track down by hand, the track cut with lasers in the factory, achieving a higher degree of precision that could eve...