The inverted coaster is one of my favorite coaster types, and it's been way too long since one has been built in the US. This layout looks really unique and the ride looks absolutely massive (did anyone catch the height of the ride)?
I always thought that inverts maintained their B&M smoothness longer than all of their other coasters, so this ride should be completely awesome for decades. I'm absolutely making a trip to Kings Island this year and I'm thrilled to see the invert come back to the US!
Last edited by coasterbill on Thu Aug 08, 2013 7:23 pm.
Not sure about the new restraints. Most B&M coasters are so smooth that I never have problems with their standard OTSR's, but the vest restraints can be a bit uncomfortable when they tighten. But anyway, wow! That layout looks awesome! Also not too sure about the inline twist but who cares - the first drop and the batwing look great!
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