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Cedar Point Releases Valravn On-Ride Video

Cedar Point’s Valravn opens to the public this Saturday (May 7) and to ramp up the anticipation for the big debut, the park has released an on-ride POV video of the Bolliger & Mabillard dive coaster in action. Watch it for...

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg Animated InvadR POV

Busch Gardens Williamsburg today released an animated InvadR POV video which presents a detailed look at the park’s 2017 wooden roller coaster. Watch the InvadR POV below: While the Great Coasters International coaster won’t until next year, virtually riding the coaster...

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On-Ride Video of Mako at SeaWorld Orlando

SeaWorld Orlando has unveiled on-ride video of its new-for-2016 Mako hyper roller coaster ahead of its scheduled June 10 opening. Watch the coaster in action below: The coaster was announced last May. The park equates the ride experience to the...

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Lagoon’s Cannibal Testing with Riders

The wait is almost over — hopefully. Lagoon’s highly anticipated Cannibal coaster was seen today testing with human riders. Watch the video of some lucky people riding the coaster below: As of this posting, Lagoon’s website acknowledges the coaster’s delayed...

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Impulse Testing at Knoebels

Knoebels has been quietly building a Zierer steel looping “Extreme” coaster over the winter, and now you can virtually ride it for yourself before it opens this summer. The park shared the onride POV video of the coaster making one...

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Amazing Aerial Footage of Lagoon’s Cannibal

Construction crews at Lagoon are hard at work building Cannibal, arguably one of the most bizarre roller coasters of the century, and recent drone footage illustrates the size and scope of the ride. Watch the video below: Cannibal stands 208 feet...

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Coasters, Food and Beverages Don’t Mix

The approaching off season is a dull time for roller coaster enthusiasts. Soon, many parks across the country will be closing up for the winter season. And most of us, except for the lucky folks in California and Florida, will...