^ good question.
To ride this you had to be 10 years old and minimum heigt of 1,40 meters (=~4,6 ft). I think they just call it so because the park especially concentrates on familys as costumers. In press material they talk about a "megacoaster"... So i think they will use the expression which is in the best context depending on where the text is published. For teens its a megacoaster for familys its a family one.
I had the Chance to take a look at Blue Fire "live" a few days ago.
Man, this Coaster is a Beauty ! Seems as if the Pics are unable to show how shining the Color of the track is.
I looked at the overbanked Curve just after the Loop from different angles...this is definitively "Maverick-style"...amazing !
And I cat`t help but ask my self how the reactions will be, especially in THIS Community, when Blue Fire opens and the first feedbacks will appear...
AND : I wonder if this Coaster has the Potential to enter top five, maybe even top three in the forthcoming Steel Coaster Poll...
Man, I`m so curious...
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