• Solar Winds

    Airtimes Fun Too short Discomfort

    A surprisingly pretty solid family PTC. It has a good drop considering its target audience and there are some fun airtime hills. As long as you keep your expectations level it is an enjoyable ride. I think it is perfect for a young child or someone who wants to experience the general feeling of a roller coaster without starting with something they wouldn't be able to handle. It is a nice in-between from a kiddie ride and a more intense thrill ride.

  • Solar Winds

    First Drop Pace Intensity

    I knew that this coaster was going to be great going in, but it still managed to blow my expectations away. Definitely be sure to get a front row ride, the sense of speed is off the charts. The first turn is loaded with positive Gs and I found myself greying out twice out of my three rides. The turn after the first hill also provides some incredible speed. You just tear through the layout and the transitions are relentless. The ride is fairly smooth, but I found the back to have a noticeable rattle, especially during moments of higher positive Gs. Right after getting off I knew for sure that this was the best steel coaster I have ever ridden. It's just such a blast from start to finish. What a ride.

  • PurpLy 37

    Fun Rattle Dead spots Layout

    Kinda rough, kinda fun, kinda boring

  • PurpLy 37

    Inversions Pace Layout

    I love this rides unique layout. That fast paced overbank after the Vertical Loop is really cool. This ride has good days and bad days. Sometimes the first half is somewhat forceless, but other days the first half has really strong positives. The second half is always great though. The drop off the mid corse gives great floater, and the corkscrews are very whippy. The low to the ground turns are also very intense, and the pacing is really good.

  • PurpLy 37

    Airtimes First Drop Location Rattle

    This is an awsome B&M hyper. The first drop gives that great combination of floater air and a stomach dropping sensation, that B&M drops do so well. The first two Camelbacks give great sustained floater airtime, and the speed hill gives awsome flojector. The second half might not be as forceful as the first, but it has very fun and unique elements, and some awsome interaction with the midway and the kisses fountain. My only con is that it had a noticeable rattle, even though I rode it only 2 months after opening. It wasn't uncomfortable, but it was a bit of a distraction.

  • PurpLy 37

    Airtimes Lap Bar Location

    This ride is awsome, but you have to sit in the back row. The first drop gives good flojector and a great stomach dropping feeling. The first camelback gives great sustained floater, and the twisted Camelback gives even stronger floater paired with laterals. The helix is kinda forceless, but still fun, and the second half has lots of good small drops with strong floater airtime. I love how the ride is constantly diving in and out of trenches, the second Camelback is especially cool, because it's so close to the lake. I also love the clamshell restraints. I found a way to get tons of room, and it really adds to the ride experience.

  • PurpLy 37

    Inversions Intensity Discomfort

    I need to get re rides on this because my memory of this thing is slipping away. I remember it being pretty fun, but I do remember the last transition into the last break run being really painful.

  • PurpLy 37

    Inversions Location Intensity Rattle

    This is such an underrated ride. The first half has incredible sense of speed that rivals even some hypers I've ridden. The positive gs in the first half are so strong and sustained that it doesn't even make sense. The positives just keep getting stronger and stronger until they crescendo in the Cobra roll. This is by far the best, and most intense inversion I've ever experienced. The positives going in are good, and then you get probably the most violent moment of whip I've ever experienced, you get crazy strong positives on the top of the cobra roll, a second great moment of whip, and then super strong and sustained positives going down. The gs are so intense that my legs go numb to an almost painful point. The second half, while slower and not as intense as the first is still fun. The transition into the mid-corse is oddly fun. You have two more fun, whippy inversions, a decently intanse helix, and some snow theming to finish the ride. The location of this ride is also fantastic. Not only is it super photogenic, but flying past trees and near misses really heightens the sense of speed. This can be a little rough on some days, and I do generally prefer airtime based coasters, but I can't deny how insane this ride is. One of my favorites.

  • PurpLy 37

    First Drop Inversions Fun

    The winged seating added a weird feel to the inversions that made it stand out from the other B&M loopers I've ridden. This coaster isn't the most intense coaster out there, but it's just pure fun.

  • PurpLy 37

    Intensity Layout Ejectors Too short Harness

    This ride is super underrated. All though I've been going to Busch Gardens since 2019, I haven't appreciated this ride until my 2 most recent visits during their halloween event. I love the layout. You have two great ejector moments going up into, and down out of the heartline roll. Said heartline roll gives awsome hangtime. The launches are fast and fun, and there are lots of great positive gs. My only complaints are that the trains are very inconvenient to get in and out of. They don't harm the actual ride for me, but the train design is very annoying. The ride is also pretty short. If it was Gakeforce, and it had a second lap, this might be top 10 for me. So despite being a flawed ride, this ride still has very strong pros that put it in my top 25.