coasterfreak101 wrote:Yeah, the quick changes in direction on B:TR taken backwards don't seem like a good idea - the body can't prepare for them, especially for any person that doesn't know the ride. But hey, if they decide that it works, I'm up for it!
Not sure if I would want to see parks with a Batman start fiddling with what I would say is the perfect looping steel roller coaster, but (assuming this has no legs) I'm incredibly envious of the employees that got the chance to try this out. There aren't too many things that would convince me to take a job at a park, but I would grin and bear an entire season of St. Louis summer conditions at this park if I knew ahead of time that this was included. Well, up until the train I was on completed it's circuit and the restraints were opened. Then I would high tail it to my car and drive somewhere that it isn't lolwtf ℉ everyday from May through August.