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It was a fairly fun ride. If caught me off guard when it flipped and we backwards upsidedown. Then it aimed us feet from a pool of water. If don't like flipping stay away, if you do give it a wirl.
Hang Time is a flat ride. It is fast, fun, rerideable, it has a large capacity, and it has a long duration.
Its troubling to read the 2 reviews directly below mine about this rides new program, as it sounds like a definite downgrade from the one Ive had the pleasure of enjoying. Hang Time, for me anyway, is a good flat ride that was plenty fun and moderately thrilling. The program I experienced was rather good, as it flipped the gondola 4-6 times while also performing some nice teases with the water that decorates the front of this visually appealing flat ride. The flips were rather forceful and the ride itself moved at a decent clip. The cycle was pretty good, and it has a nice setting nestled on the side of a midway path near the entrance to Talon. Lines are usually short, and the crews who work the ride do a good job. All in all, this is a good flat ride that is fun and worth a couple rides, and (if the program is like the one Ive had) it will dish out some nice sensations that leave riders thrilled and happy.
Wow, what a disappointment. I have a long love-hate relationship with a top spin formerly called Tomb Raider at my former local park Kings Dominion, but unfortunately, my relationship with this ride will be short lived and pretty much hate-hate. It was one of the few rides that I actually wanted to end shortly after it began. It seems like the floorless aspect of the aforementioned Tomb Raider attraction is what saves it from being a torture device for us vertically-advanced people. All I remember about Hang Time was feeling trapped, tortured, and thinking "these restraints are way too small for tall dudes." Although I usually dont like giving poor ratings based on pain alone, I have no problem in this case considering Dorney Park felt like entertaining its guests to a thrilling program complete with two flips-thats right TWO!!- on my visit to the park in 2007. So, I guess I have learned my lesson with un-floorless Huss Top Spins. Although you are legally allowed to ride if you are less than 77 inches tall, this is one 75 incher who is never riding again.
Hang Time was a really disappointing top spin. Dorney used to run it very well with tons of flips, but now they have a new program with only two flips (thrilling and strong as usual) and then many teases. The cycle also is really short, but the water jets interact very well with the ride.
I love top spin rides and this one was run quite well. It was a decent length and had a good number of spins. A very solid ride.
This is a pleasant top spin. Perhaps theyve changed the program - we only flipped once or twice, but it did seem to be a bit of a longer ride than Twister at SFGAdv, and the car locking into place tipping us forward at an angle, slowly, was very effective. The staff were pleasant and helpful, and when there was a technical problem on one ride mechanical showed up and resolved it quickly. The numerous riders opening their mouths so their gum fell out into the fountain was repulsive, however.
ok when i first went on it itwas awsome but now it sucks its short and is on the basic flipping system but i u go on when theresno line u have more fun! *wink*
Pretty good ride, a lot of flips and spins. The only thing I have to complain about are the restraints, boy do they hurt! Seriously, I didnt know if Id be having children after I came off this ride! Besides the terrible restraints, this ride does offer a unique freefalling sensation.
Its a good ride, but it dosent carry out the usuall Top Spin rutine. It hardly even flips you, though.
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