• Doyle Rudolph

    Fun Intensidad Suavidad

    Invertigo was smooth, forceful, and fun.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Inversiones Torta Tiempo muerto

    Much better as a floorless than a stand-up, but it's really not an exciting ride. The corkscrew off of the brake run is one of the worst, most painful transitions I've felt on a B&M coaster.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Airtimes Fun

    Fun enough, though it felt like a knockoff of Racer at Kings Island without the recent trackwork. It wasn't exactly rough, but several of the transitions felt like the train hit a pothole.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Situación Launch

    The launches are forceful and fun, and the twisted spikes give great views of the beach and lake.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Launch Intensidad

    A solid launch coaster with some odd elements and a couple of incredible handchoppers. The spaghetti bowl layout was fun if not exactly awe-inspiring.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Inversiones Intensidad Tiempo muerto Layout

    The ride was fun but lackluster until the loop, which packed a lot of force. The trains and restraints are a marked improvement to the Flying Dutchman, but this is a shadow of what the ride type seems capable of.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Velocidad Intensidad Layout

    What a fun classic coaster. Surprising intensity and excellent airtime and laterals are hallmarks of John A. Miller's pre-depression design, making this a ride that stands the test of time.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Tematización Lap Bar Launch Demasiado corto Tiempo muerto

    A one trick pony with a strong launch but not much else. It's a good gimmick, but it doesn't feel like a full coaster. A full layout like Formula Rossa, while impractical in the available space, would have been a better experience - I'd sacrifice Iron Dragon for a layout after the tophat.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Inversiones Intensidad Torta Incomodidad

    The layout would be great if it wasn't built by a pre-CAD Arrow. As such, the transitions are horrendous - the observation area on the pathway gives a few great views of riders getting their necks snapped by the unsmoothed banking changes. The park needs a good, intense sit-down looper, but this one ain't it. I wouldn't be disappointed if this was the next ride to leave the park, especially if it was to make way for a ground-up RMC, Mack launcher, or Intamin blitz.

  • Doyle Rudolph

    Inversiones Tiempo muerto Layout

    I wanted to love this relic of my defunct home park, but it just wasn't great. The pacing was loose and it didn't maintain a feeling of speed. The layout doesn't hold a candle to its New Jersey brother Bizarro.