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  • Expedition Everest
    Expedition Everest
    Coaster Information: The Expedition Everest is one of Disney animal Kingdom’s best steel roller coasters! To ride this uniquely themed roller coaster, you will have to visit Walt Disney World resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando.  As you can most probably can tell, the ride is based upon the Mount Everest, which is a mountain in the Himalayas. 😀 The ride opened on April 7th, 200...
  • 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...
  • Lethal Weapon – The Ride
    Lethal Weapon – The Ride
    Coaster Information: Lethal Weapon is another fantastic steel inverted roller coaster, manufactured and designed by Vekoma. It’s located at Warner Brothers ,  Movie World in Gold Coast , Queensland Australia. Clearly it got its name from the Lethal Weapon movie series. When riders join the queue, they enter a China Town look a like theme line, complete with a variety of facades such as “L...
  • 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, ...
  • 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,...