Looking Forward to 2016

It’s hard to think that another year has come and gone. The 2015 coaster season was a great one for the Coaster101 team, and we’re excited about what’s to come in 2016.


In June, we reached a significant milestone: Coaster101 turned 10 years old. We are fortunate to have a growing audience, both on the website and on our social media accounts. We plan to better understand what you enjoy most about our content and focus on that in the year to come. We want to publish what you want to see.

We have a lot to look forward to in the 2016 coaster season, and one of the common threads appears to be Rocky Mountain Construction. Lightning Rod at Dollywood, Storm Chaser at Kentucky Kingdom and Joker at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom are all high on our 2016 must-ride lists.


Valravn will no doubt be a stellar addition to Cedar Point’s lineup. And Cobra’s Curse at Busch Gardens Tampa and Mako at SeaWorld Orlando are also exciting entries on the new-for-2016 coaster roster.

As always, we are incredibly grateful for your support of the website. We appreciate every visit, every follow, like and retweet. Without our readers, the work we do would be meaningless.

What are you most looking forward to in 2016? Share in the comments section below.

Happy New Year, and we wish you a spectacular 2016.


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1 Response

  1. Eric says:

    Class of 2016 looks like it ought to be very good. The line-up below looks very promising…

    Lightning Rod at Dollywood
    Storm Chaser at Kentucky Kingdom
    The Joker at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
    Total Mayhem at Six Flags Great Adventure
    Phobia Phear Coaster at Lake Compounce
    Gale Force at Playland’s Castaway Cove
    Valravn at Cedar Point
    Cobra’s Curse at Busch Gardens Tampa
    Mako at SeaWorld Orlando

    Revolution at Six Flags Magic Mountain is being rechristened as The New Revolution, and no more OTS restraints. The Incredible Hulk at Universal Orlando and GhostRider at Knott’s Berry Farm are getting makeovers… and hopefully they ought to be good too, with better ride experiences.

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