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The Wipeout is a flat ride. It is fast, fun, rerideable, it has a large capacity, and a long duration.
I do love wipeouts but this one was just not as good as the others.
Decent Chance wipeout, though not as good as some other ones out there. This one spun pretty quickly and had great laterals throughout, especially during the finale, but there was no air time at all during the ride. It did have a solid cycle though.
Ouch! This one isnt very fun, and Im suprised Kennywood took down Bayern Kurve to preserve this one. There just is nothing there; it is boring and painful for both riders. (The outside gets squashed and the inside gets hurt trying not to squash the outside)
This ride was interesting. You go in all directions, spin really fast, and eventually experience hands-on what a protein spill is (guest and ride). Its like its whole experience was based on making you, well, you know,:puke:. That about sums up this one.
It really surprised me, in that it was more forceful that I thought it would be.
not that good, not too bad. it reminds me of the scrambler, only you get more squished.
cool ride not that great thought. Fun for the park i guess
Wipeout is a typical flat ride of this type, which is very fun to ride. Lots of spinning and sliding back and forth in your seat. Youll get to know your riding partner on this one! Good location and a fairly long ride. Walking straight afterwards can be a bit of a challenge! Solid ride overall.
I have always loved Trabrant (someone help with the spelling of that please) style rides. Granted, I miss the ones that used to go both forwards and backwards in the same ride, this is the best one Ive ridden in recent years. It features the nice hold at the end which gives you some fun spinning Gs and the way the ride is actually built on an incline adds for a little more fun and fluctuation in the wobbling portion of the ride. All in all, one of my favorite flats give a good representation here. Granted, my friend next to me was way more than a little wobbly afterwards. :-)
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