Hypersonic was the second most painful coaster I've ever ridden. It wasn't like Spin Bullet at Joypolis that gave me a sort throat for a month after I whacked my brain stem against the back of that pile of crap, but I had six seperate and unique on-ride photos taken on Hypersonic of me and my cousin in total extreme pain because our shins were about to fracture.
I'm 6'2" and my cousin was about 6 inches shorter. We were not oversized at all for this thing and, just, holy mother of freaking crap those restraints sucked. Now combine that with the fact my head and neck was totally unsupported by Flight of Fear's trains, multiply that by 17 rides in one day combined between those two, and yeah, King's Dominion just beat the living crap out of me.
^ Lucky me I guess because am only 5' 5" so snuggly fit inside those bucket seats when I went to King's Dominion. I usually keep myself well balanced even if a ride is a "People Bruiser":vekoma:. I guess you can call it a rare "skill"
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