In order of when I first rode
-Ragin' Cajun at Six Flags Great America
: It was fun those few rides I got when I was like 9-10, though Reverchons generally aren't good rides so I'm not really jonesing to get back to it.
-Dragon Challenge (both sides) at Islands of Adventure
: God, reminding me of this ride is one hell of a way to bring down my mood. A front row ride I got on Chinese Fireball back in 2015 is still one of my fondest "early" coaster memories
-Georgia Cyclone at Six Flags Over Georgia
: Only one ride on it, but what a horrible experience that was. Still one of the most painful and shitty, yet slow wooden coasters I've ridden to date.
-Mean Streak at Cedar Point
: Don't know if I miss it per se, but it wasn't as bad as the entire enthusiast community made it out to be over the years. Rough, yes for sure, but nothing brutal, and I've ridden worse woodies.
-Firehawk at Kings Island
: Not necessarily sad about it but another ride would've been fun. I enjoyed it more than Superman at my home park.
-Vortex at Kings Island
: Lol good riddance.
-Green Lantern at Six Flags Magic Mountain
: Fuck this ride. Hopefully it goes back to its prime form in Montreal.
-Dragon Wagon at Indiana Beach
: It was a kiddie coaster.
-Dragon at Adventureland
: I will miss this one. I enjoyed it more than most, but found it to be very intense and not all that rough aside from a consistent, but not bad shaking.
Slowly getting back into being an enthusiast.