Website: Mount Olympus Theme Park Homepage
Ride Type: Flat Ride
Ride Status: Running
Average Rating: 3.0000
TPC Overall Rank: Rides need more than 25 reviews to be ranked.
Reviews: 4
Last Review: 8/10/2012 5:02:00 PM
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5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up coasterwom on 8/10/2012 5:02:00 PM
DiskO is a flat ride. It is fast, fun, rerideable, it has a large capacity, and a long duration. It was installed in 2006. It was built by Zamperla.

3 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Timberman on 7/30/2005 3:28:00 PM
Id wager Im in a small minority of people on this site who actually remember the Disco Era, and at its best, it was a lot like this ride: goofy, harmless, lightweight fun. Instead of Donna Summer or Wild Cherry, however, this one treats you to a weird mix of what I assume is Greek pop. My susceptibility to getting momentarily caught up in bad music is by now a matter of record, and Disk-O is exactly the sort of forum where this character flaw tends to assert itself. Instead of being nauseatingly spinny, the ride has a surprisingly graceful, swoopy quality, which lets you feel like an ace surfer grabbing a tasty wave, in this case, I suppose, in the Mediterranean. Despite the rides name, however, the booty-shaking is minimized by an unusual restraint that nails you in the lower back as you sit facing outward on the perimeter of the disk. Its like riding a reverse Round-Up while it shreds a half-pipe. No amount of assurances could get the spin-averse Momma Timbers on this thing, but something about how it moves through multiple planes cancels out, rather than augments, the rides vomit index. True, like any disco experience, its only fun if you can get over yourself and commit to not taking life too seriously for about 2 minutes. Those who do, however, will be rewarded by an enjoyable interlude they wont necessarily feel proud of but just might wish to repeat. Mt. Olympus deserves extra credit for a ride cycle that goes on-nana-non-anon-anon and spinning the break beats in both directions. So when youre ready to let it all hang out, hustle on over to the Disk-O, and catch the fever.

2 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up coaster05 on 7/29/2005 12:15:00 AM
Do you want to feel what A huss frisbee ride feels like but you also love the look of a carnival if yes then the disk-o is for you. Located in the beautiful sidewalk in front of worlds worst gift shop is this ride. It was being operated by a zombie, well maybe not a zombie since they at least make sounds. Again I was sent off on my ride with no check of the restraints which pushed into my back hard enough to cause a kidney infection the pressure then pushed me far enough forward to prohibit child bearing course that may be ok since my child may whine until I take him to this park. The ride cycle was actually lengthy and the ride offered a smooth ride, but by this time I was done with olympus and praying for a stray lighting bolt from Zeus.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Red Rascal on 7/7/2005 8:17:00 AM
Times ridden: 1 ~ Ride experience: 8 ~ Appearance: 8 ~ Fun factor: High ~ Reride factor: Medium->high ~ Evaluation: Usually, youll never see me on a spin-n-puke, but the DiskO looked too good to pass up. The concept can be compared to a frisee, but only with wheels and a track. I found the restraints to be quite interesting (and comfortable) since they rise out of the seat when the ride is ready to go. Once in motion, the ride makes at least 20 swings, all while the vehicle spins in a clockwise direction. The ride is situated next to a pond/fountain, which provides a nice back drop to the ride. Overall, DiskO is very fun, and surprisingly, isnt too nauseous.

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