This was one of my favorite coasters when I visited the park. Medusa is a steel floorless coaster with 7 inversions. This B&M coaster was built in 1999 and it was the worlds first coaster to utilize floorless trains. B&M took the looping concept in a new direction by designing carriages to allow riders feet to dangle just above the track they are riding upon. The coaster is very smooth also. The lift hill is 142 feet tall, has a drop of 132 feet, it is 3,985 feet long. The coaster has three trains, with 4-seat cars.
I will explain the layout of the coaster next. You enter the train from the loading platform, sit down, and strap yourself in. The floor drops out from under the train and you start your climb up the 142 foot tall lift hill. You drop 132 feet at a twisted angle into a vertical loop. The inversion assult is next. You go through a dive loop, zero-g roll, then a large cobra roll over the rides entrance. This is followed by interlocking corkscrews at the end of the ride. Medusa is a awesome ride. It is a must ride when you visit Great Adventure. The themeing was very good for this ride, it is fun, rerideable, has a large rider capacity, and a long ride duration.