Faster and More Complex than Ever Before!
For Sale Now!
A view of the biggest hill on the roller coaster and one of our very own designers.
A picture of the roller coaster as a whole.
Similar to the picture above, giving a better view of the turn at the end.
Why to Buy This Roller Coaster
It's good for a big variety of ages. This will bring in a big revenue of people to your park. Younger kids who may not be able go on other rides can go on this.
Just because younger kids can go on it doesn't mean it's any less fun. Going at 3 meters per second it's a rush for all ages.
Dress for safety – secure loose clothing, jewelry and long hair. Wear closed-toed shoes or sneakers.
Keep your head, hands, arms, legs and feet inside the ride at all times. Don’t reach toward fences or barriers.
Remain seated in the ride, in the “locked and loaded” position, until it comes to a complete stop and you are instructed to exit.
Follow all verbal instructions given by ride operators or provided by recorded announcements.
Keep your eyes looking forward to protect your neck from injury during sudden accelerations and changes in direction.
Always use the safety equipment that’s provided (belts, lap bars, shoulder harnesses, etc.), and check to make sure it’s properly latched.
The designers of this Roller Coaster are Taylor LeSage, Sarah Cullinane, and Alyssa Ronca