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Ragin' Cajun is a steel roller coaster. It is a mouse coaster. It was built in 2004. When I visited the park the ride was nicely themed, fun, rerideable, has a large capacity, and a long ride duration.
I love this one. Spinning around in the cars was real fun. This coaster broke my Spinning Mouse virginity and it did a great job of it!
I dont know how, but the Zamperla spinning mice are the model I have been on the most BY FAR. I am usually pretty ambivalent towards these things, but this one gave us some excellent spins! Dizzying, naseauting and disorienting are all great features of these nice little rides
line is forever. oh but it is pretty fun
The line takes forever, and when riding this ride you just get beat up.
This ride is fun but not worth more than a 15 minuite wait. I love when you go by the edges and it looks like your gonna fall out. And he mini hills only add more excitment, so I give it a 7
nothing surprising about a slow loading mouse. This one seats 4 across. Similar to the spinning mouse at Steel Pier in Atlantic City in that it starts spinning halfway through the ride. If your car is weighted unevenly you can get great spinning action. I love that this one has two sets of hairpin turns, one before the spinning starts and one after the spinning starts.
Kitty Boo sums it up pretty well. It can get pretty nauseating at the end and depending how youre oriented as you spin into that last hill it can be a little rough. Good if its a short line, dont try and read anything for a few minutes afterwards though.
I thought this ride would be rough, but I found it pretty smooth. You start the first few turns and yout think, "Isnt this supposed to be turing you all around?" and then it starts happening. I think it was a fun ride, but I definitely wouldnt wait about an hour like we had to. I found it insane that we waited the longest on this ride out of all of them on Memorial Day weekend (thanks to fast passes on Raging Bull & Superman). Id recommend going on it at least once if youve never ridden anything like this before. I described it as a Tilt-A-Whirl and a mouse coaster combined.
Although it lacks any real thrills its a good addition to SFGAM. The wait was about an hour and theres no theming to keep you occupied. All I saw was a row of plastic townhomes. It starts out like a typical mad mouse with tight turns at the top. After that you go down a small drop, go back up, and turn back around. You drop down once more, and then you go back up. You make a small turn to the left and hit the trim. This is where the insane spinning begins. You go through many tight turns at a relatively high speed. It was all a blur to me. Once the car is straight you go through a couple of bunny hops and stop in the station. Although this was a fun ride, there were many things that I felt were lacking. Originality: They have the same ride at animal kingdom. No airtime: Most mad mouses have at least a little bit of airtime. This had none. Lack of theming: There was very little theming. Ive already expressed this above. And mad mouses arent all that thrilling compared to hypers and inverts. As I said, a good addition.
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