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Operating
United States
Schwarzkopf
Steel
Sit Down
Lap bar
1976
Reviews  66
  • john schmude
    john schmude 12 days ago

    Headbanging

    Historic coaster. Featured in the 1976 film "Rollercoaster" and the Wonder Women TV show from that same era.

  • Nathan F
    Nathan F 1 month ago

    Inversions Location Discomfort Dead spots

    New Revolution is a classic Schwarzkopf looper. It has some pacing issues. It speeds up and slows down constantly. It's not the smoothest ride ever, transitions-wise. However, it absolutely nails the vertical loop. It slows way down as you face the loop, then goes down very gradually towards the loop to slow the buildup of speed necessary to traverse the loop. Builds a lot of suspense for what was at the time an incredibly unique element.

  • Erik C.
    Erik C. 2 months ago

    Location Duration Dead spots

    This family-thrill coaster is the first steel coaster with a loop and has served as an important spot in the Magic Mountain lineup since its opening. The ride is situated on the front side of the mountain and makes several passes by the front plaza. The ride consists mostly of mild hills and banked turns, aside from the standout element; the vertical loop. Similarly to others such as Incredicoaster and Superdooperlooper, this is an excellent coaster for someones first inversion if they were previously uncomfortable with high thrill attractions. There are no intense positive or lateral forces, though the loop itself provides some solid Gs. The layout is long and has a very nice location, going through the trees on the mountainside. However, the ride has several dead spots and the pacing isn't great, so if you are looking for a high thrill inverting coaster, this is not the one for you. This is really the only tame inverting coaster at Magic Mountain, and I hope it stays and fills that position for a long time.

  • Upbeat Coasters
    Upbeat Coasters 4 months ago

    Location Duration Intensity

    It's a great coaster to relax and enjoy the view on. Rode this one after having some lunch.

  • Evangelion Martini

    Lap Bar Inversions Location Intensity

    Historical significance aside, the ride has aged pretty well. While it might not be as intense as most of the other rides at Magic Mountain, nor does it succeed in hiding its age, this piece of coaster history is well worth a ride. Not only is it smoother than one would expect of a coaster of its age, the build-up to the truly revolutionary loop is very well crafted, and the lap bars give you that wonderful floaty freedom at the apex of the loop. If nothing else, just give it a ride to see just how far we've come since 1976.

  • Dave Scott
    Dave Scott 1 year ago

    Location Comfort

    With the VR firmly in the bin where it belongs, this landmark of a ride remains is hugely enjoyable. In a park full of monster coasters, it naturally looks rather tame these days. Nontheless it's in a good location, uses the trees and hills to good effect, and saves the big trick to the end. It also serves a very important role of being a bridge between kiddie coasters and todays 200 foot tall scream machines. Hugely historically important and deserves looking after for a long time to come.

  • Jeffrey E.
    Jeffrey E. 9 days ago

    Location Pointless

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    Sean 13 days ago

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    Dan Pianini 1 year ago

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