thrillseeker4552 wrote:I can't wait to get down to Florida and ride BGT's wonderful collection of B&Ms at some point, particularly Kumba. I absolutely adore Riddler's Revenge (which I hear people call the "Kumba of the West"), so it sounds like my type of ride... and probably a little more comfortable than Riddler, too.
Pretty much anything is more comfortable than a B&M stand-up.
Honestly B&M stand-up restraints aren’t all that bad once you figure out how to ride them. The main trick is basically to actually stand up instead of sitting on the bicycle seat thingy. Try to keep the seat a few inches below you, and putting your head toward sometimes helps too.
1. El Toro 2. El Toro 3. El Toro 4. El Toro --- I'm not good at ranking...
coasterbill wrote:Every standup by every manufacturer is a turd, the only difference is the smell.
As a 6'3 individual I agree. I would like to ride Riddler's Revenge some day since it's "the best" stand-up but I have a strong feeling I will not like it that much at all despite the excellent layout due to my disdain for stand-ups.
I'm an accountant that's obsessed with roller coasters Knoebels > Everywhere
1. El Toro 2. Intimidator 305 3. Phoenix 4. Millennium Force 5. New Texas Giant
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