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The lift hill is amazingly quick, but the views on the way up are positively spectacular on this giga! The drop is very impressive, but after that first hill, there is very little airtime compared to a B&M hypercoaster. I rode it 4 times, once at night. Ride this behemoth at night for the ultimate Millenium experience!
Best Airtime I have ever had on a roller coaster. The only roller coaster that even comes close to this much airtime is wicked twister
This ride may be the most frightful ride I have ever experienced. The amout of airtime you get makes you want to die, in a good way. The line may be 2 hours long but its worth the amout of laughs and screams you get. Once you go up the 310 feet tall hill almost lying straight on your back makes it feel like a dream. Then you get to the top and even tho you don't want to look down you do anyway. You go down the hill at 93 miles per hour, you literaly lift out of your seat and it makes it feel like your free falling. Then its to the giant bank over curve where you grip the bar as tight as possibe. Then its into a dark tunnle to the second tallest hill which of course you get some air time. All of a sudden your twisting and turning and you miss hitting your head on bar by and inch. On to another air time hill. Twists and turns the you stop, you don't know what to do clap or just sink into your seat and wait for someone to pull you out.
Even though I have never been to Cedar Point before, I would give this monster a 5 because of all it has to offer! From the hill, to the drop down, this is a must ride!
I don't know what to say that hasn't already been said about this incredible ride. My favourite coaster of all time! The fast trip up the lift is amazing, the views are spectacular-especially at night looking down at the Starlight Experience.
The first drop-FINALLY a first drop that is long enough to actually enjoy, pure bliss! The overbanked turns are awesome-especially if you look down and slightly behind you. The hill crossing over to Millennium Island has SWEET floater air-make sure your hands are up to really enjoy it.
I'm not sure what it is about Millie but no other coaster makes me feel this good or this alive. This is the one I replay in my mind over and over, the one that helps me through the long off-season.
Millennium Force is not to be missed. There's not another coaster like it.
I recently went to Cedar Point. I waited about 35 mins and I was on and heading up the lift. With the Lake at my left I was nevous but excited. The ride was smooth and fast. Overall one of the best coasters out there.
Finally went back to Cedar Point after 10 years and rode many coasters for the first time. Millennium is one of them. And it didn't disappoint. It was a great coaster with excellent airtime and extreme turns. My only complaint was that it was a little on the short side given its speed, but it was still a good coaster.
The best roller coaster I have ever been on. Nothing compares to the sensation of coming over that lift hill and not being able to see the bottom of the drop.
My favorite ride. I am not that big of an airtime guy though. This is a ride that just has an aura about it that you start to feel when you first see it in person. The feeling gets stronger when you're standing in line for it. The feeling gets the strongest when you are the next to ride and you see your train pull into the station and you hear the millennium force theme music. It gives you chills. The first hill is unbelievable, and the overbanked turns are really cool and unique. The excessive speed and the little bunny hops ensure that this ride is fun all the way throughout. This is not an airtime coaster, which is the only reason it gets bad reviews. Since airtime doesn't really do all that much for me, this ride is easily my favorite. If you want one of the fastest, and tallest roller coasters with one of the steepest first hills that has one of the most amazing views and is one of the smoothest roller coasters that is one of the longest roller coasters ever built, than this ride is for you!
Looking above, is it really that big of a deal that this ride doesn't have excessive airtime? The beauty of this ride is how smooth it is while dropping you from really really far up, and how really really fast it goes while taking you on a 2 minute 93 mph joyride. If you hold your hands up, arms out...it really feels like you're flying!
This is, by far, the best ride in the park. Millennium Force is amazing throughout the entire ride. Speeding up the lift hill, you have the choice to look left to Lake Erie, or right to Cedar Point. Both views are amazing. The first drop on Millennium Force is insane. You're looking almost straight down for 300 feet. The speed of this ride is so crazy that I almost blacked out at the base of the first drop. Next up is the 122 degree overbanked turn. The train doesn't seem to let up pace at all as you navigate this element and then fall back to the the ground to turn into a dark tunnel. The train now rises up another hill, where at the top you'll find several seconds of nice floater air-time. By the time you stop floating you're back on the ground. "Millie's" twisting section on its own isolated island consists of two more overbanked turns. Coming out of the twisting section, there is another hill providing good, plentiful floater air. After that hill there's a short straitaway followed by another turn in a tunnel, a nice bunny hop, another straightaway and an overbanked turn onto the brake run. This ride has never dropped below number two in the Golden Ticket Awards for a good reason. Everything about Millennium Force feels just right. There are no jolts or overwhelming G's, just pure smoothness and speed. Just a warning though, Millennium Force riders have been known to be hit with bugs, especially at night.
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