The cream of the crop
20th August 2003
Six Flags has some really impressive roller coasters from what ive seen while driving by them. i myself dont like coasters..
Victim of Forgotten HopeForum bystander
26th April 2004
Uh we don't have any very good places, but Särkänniemi is ok.
I went to Lightwater Valley this year, and the roller coaster there is called 'The Ultimate': It's the longest coaster in Europe.
Again Walibi World, this is the El Condor. I've been once in the late afternoon and I could sit al the way without stopping, got 14 laps :)
The Robin Hood in Walibi. The first drop is fun and the sound it makes is just *thinks for a word*........ *can't find one*
I've had to look for a while, but THIS, this is taking at a 90 Km/h, and the first time I took the ride, I didn't know this was in there, twisted my stomach upside down :lol: If you ever come across the Netherlands, Walibi World is worth checking out!
That looks @w350m3
SperM`US Themeparks own Canadian themeparks. Ours are lame and boring, the most fun ride I'd say would have to be the Revelation
Dude, have you ever been to West Edmonton Mall?? :Puzzled:
Forgot to mention this, because well, I forgot I'd been there: This is the Dragon Kahn, a roller coaster in Porta Ventura in Spain. I went there in 2003.
I freakin' love roller coasters. The Millenium Force at Cedar Point is amazing, I've rode it three times now! I also love the Raptor and the Magnum. Although the Magnum is basically a smaller Force.