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This steel junior coaster was designed by Zierer in 1999. It is 26 feet tall and has a 25 foot drop. It is 1,164 feet long and has 1 train with 20 2 seat cars. This coaster twists and turns with its long train through a course designed for all members of the family.The coaster is fun, rerideable, has a large capacity, and is nicely themed, and it has a long duration.
Believe it or not, I think this is my first ever Tivoli coaster! I had fun on it, which is good considering there are like 100 other credits just like this elsewhere in the world. I didn’t find it too small for an “adult” to be riding. I made the mistake of sitting on the left side of the seat by myself, and was rudely shifted to the right side down the first drop! I got two laps, and the ride just felt good. Between a 3 and a 4, but I’ll give it a 4. It kicked my butt more than I thought it should have. Considering I gave High Speed Thrill Coaster a 6, this is at least half as good as HSTC.
Okay, so this was really one for the count as we were getting ready to leave the park. However, I was impressed by just how much speed and how "intense" this little ride was. Okay... it wasnt all that intense... but considering it is only a family (some would say junior... some would say kiddie) coaster, it did deliver quite a bit. nice that they run you through two circuits.
Despite riding it looking only for the cheap credit, this little coaster actually surprised me quite a bit. Coming off the lift, there is actually a little bit of air to be had in the back seat, and the layout provides some decent forces for a kiddy ride. Overall a superb family coaster
cha-ching. Disregarding the dumb partrons, it was an ok family coaster. A Tivoli, its always humerous to have half the train past the first drop before the back row crests the lift. I rode in the middle, and there was nothing spectacular other than some very close near-misses for those of us 6-foot-3. A credit, but not as pathetic as the other kiddie in the park
I remember in my earlier days Id ride this and laugh my head off. But right now I ride other rides, such as Nitro. I always take a look at this little ride to remember my early days of coaster loving. The best thing about the ride is the train--its so long! Its for the kiddies so dont expect too much from the ride.
Decent for its type of ride. There is never a line for this and its only at the most a one train wait. I have ridden front, second row, middle, and back. The front is great for smooth rides. The second row is no different from the front. The middle is a little bit faster. The back is the fastest part and bumpy because you get dragged by the train. Not my type of ride but kids will enjoy this. Usually I ride this on some ultra crowded days.
This is a pretty good family coaster. I didnt really see that much wrong with it other than the fact that it is pretty short with it only being run for one cycle. The train is really long, but it builds up some decent speed. The twists and turns make the ride. It may be short, but it was fun and one that the kids will enjoy. There was some rib banging going on once in a while, and Im a fan of that, but that was probably just because I was so far up in the seats. Kids shouldnt have a problem with that. Overall, a cool ride, but I just wish that they could add a little more in terms of themeing or something. They just put a sign up this year! That is pretty sad. Maybe it is a sign of things to come though.
actually an improvement from the head shattering batman i just rode. but because its a sf park you only get one lap on this kiddie coaster. man it is starting to feel like this park actually tries to keep people unhappy. next up the log flume which looks good on the map.
Your average kiddie coaster, slow and boring.
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