First Drop Harness Inversions

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Yukon Striker features
Operating
Canada
Bolliger & Mabillard
Steel
Sit Down
B&M Dive Coaster
Chain lift hill
Shoulder harness
5/3/19
Reviews  35
  • Ryan L.
    Ryan L. 8 months ago

    First Drop Comfort Smoothness Reliability

    Yukon striker is an absolute masterpiece of a coaster. Everything for how the coaster looks to how it rides was taken into consideration on this thing. absolute 10/10 recommended

  • Djeez
    Djeez 1 year ago

    First Drop Intensity Smoothness

    Got to ride this beaut 7x in a row in late August. Finally! a dive coaster that is worthy. The vest restraints aren't as tight as Valravn and you get airtime on this ride. Loop and second Immelmann are the most intense part of the ride, and you get a pop of airtime during the straightaway. The last 7/8th of the ride is okay, yes you get a little bit of airtime on the airtime hill, but great complete ride nonetheless.

  • Mr. Roller Coasters

    First Drop Fun

    Really fun ride. Rode it on the same train as Amusement Insiders. Awesome getting to meet those guys. Awesome drop. Around #16 in my rankings currently.

  • Eric Esty
    Eric Esty 1 year ago

    First Drop Inversions Pace Harness

    While I don't love vests, these are a huge improvement over the ones on Valravn, Banshee, and the wings. They're not constricting, and give a lot of leeway for the body to move. Because of this, I was able to get my elusive back row first drop airtime on this ride that I've enjoyed on Griffon and SheiKra. The drop into the tunnel through Vortex's helix is awesome, and the location of this ride is amazing for spectating. It leaves a huge impression and makes you want to ride. The inversions are excellent, and in a very unique sequence. The last third leaves a lot to be desired, but it's still fun with a good helix and mild floater airtime. This is my second favorite dive behind SheiKra, and if it weren't for the latter's beautiful landscaping this would likely be my favorite.

  • Kaspersetz Slide Studios

    First Drop Inversions Nice surprise!

    Great drop, but would be better with the vests. The inversions are also quite snappy and intense. Very nice light theming, and a great loading procedure, seat arrangements, and flying bin system, although it sadly no longer does the 35 second operations that it was doing back in May 2019.

  • Daniel Hertzman

    First Drop Inversions Smoothness

    I quite like this ride. I don't actually see the concern with the harness system (I found it quite comfortable) but perhaps I just haven't experienced enough dive coasters to compare...

  • Zek Teh Kek
    Zek Teh Kek 1 year ago

    Inversions Fun Intensity Harness

    Why is this ride SO GOOD!! Definitely the best dive coaster I've ridden so far, every single element before the MCBR is great! I don't even think that the drop is the best part. In the back row, the last 3 inversions are super whippy, and the last immelmann reminded me of classic B&M! The stuff after the MCBR is okay, but still; the ride up until then is a fantastic ride.

  • Evangelion Martini

    First Drop Comfort Layout Harness

    Fantastic B&M Dive that definitely has the coolest drop and layout of the entire model. The drop into the tunnel in the middle of the pond is wild, and layout after is actually pretty cool instead of the ride just kinda dying after the dive, an issue that's plagued the model literally since the very first Dive install. While not the most intense, the ride still offers some pretty nice forces; however, while very comfortable, the harness restraints kill any airtime you may have gotten from the neat layout, which really bites. Also, while not really part of the ride experience, the ops on this ride are some of the best that I've ever seen. They're incredibly skilled and organized, and get some crazy quick dispatches.

  • Dave Scott
    Dave Scott 2 years ago

    After years of criticising B&M's efforts to try and get wide and wider trains to do a snappy turn, Yukon (finally) proves it's possible. Think of this as a looping coaster first - consider Canada's Wonderland best looper before Yukon was Dragon Fyre - and dive coaster elements as a bonus. The restraints will be an endless source of debate; for the looping portions they are better; for the drop they aren't quite so good as a conventional OTSR. Looks great both off-and-on ride, and the route is well thought out to interact with other rides. The main drop of course, really does look the part from on-ride; just wish it were possible to get clean air (as opposed to restrained air) on the way down... Someone go on, I dare you, do a dive machine with the clamshell restraints instead.

  • Raymond Jackson
    Raymond Jackson 2 years ago

    First Drop Theming Layout Too short

    9.1 out of 10! the longest of the dive coasters for me. Smooth and the dive is outstanding.

  • Jason King
    Jason King 17 days ago
  • Michaël Schweitzer

    First Drop Pace

  • Kevin Chaduc
    Kevin Chaduc 2 months ago
  • A.j. Hummel
    A.j. Hummel 2 months ago
  • Mark Merkx
    Mark Merkx 3 months ago
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    Juju mignon 7 months ago
  • Person Man
    Person Man 1 year ago
  • Joseph Bricout
    Joseph Bricout 1 year ago
  • Romain B.
    Romain B. 1 year ago

    First Drop Fun Layout Harness

  • Jeff T.
    Jeff T. 1 year ago
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  • daniel S.
    daniel S. 1 year ago

    First Drop Capacity Pace Intensity

  • olivier kapoun
    olivier kapoun 2 years ago
  • 手取Fishland
    手取Fishland 2 years ago

    First Drop Layout

  • Alexis G.
    Alexis G. 2 years ago

    First Drop Layout Harness

  • Mathis Gullon
    Mathis Gullon 2 years ago
  • Hans Roost
    Hans Roost 2 years ago
  • Laurent Beauchamp

    Inversions Layout Duration Harness

  • Jon Paxon
    Jon Paxon 2 years ago
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    Sven Popelier 2 years ago
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    こーむ Kohm 2 years ago
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    Benjamin R. 2 years ago
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    Florian Blond 2 years ago
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    Julien RocKub 2 years ago