Looks one of the nicest star flyers around, and that's coming from someone who does not really care about them much.
Kudos to Six Flags for offering such a unique ride, offering up to 4 programmes according to park/ride capacity. If these programmes rotated based on a schedule, it would be a great way to increase rerideability.
Those burrito's were so good! If only that stand could stay there all summer and serve them up. The ride certainly surprised me, since I envisioned basically riding a Windseeker, but the chains, different cycles, and chairs rotating in the wind all added up to a few unexpected I might crap myself moments. SFOT has added a winner of a thrilling flat ride that everyone should check out. Thanks SFOT for the fun festivities and event. Already looking forward to getting back out there on the TPR trip.
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