7 Potential Locations for Gerstlauer’s Mystery Coaster

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  1. CoastersRUs says:

    Challenging Location? How about California, where a record breaking attraction needs to be able to withstand a substantial earthquake?

    • Zach W says:

      But this shouldn’t really be a new challenge for Gerstlauer. They mentioned that it would be one of the most challenging installations, and they’ve already built tons of coasters in Japan, as well as California, both of which are prone to earthquakes and shouldn’t really be any new challenge for them.

  2. Ronald hotchcock says:

    Cedar point!! The markers along the midway. The “plans ” for the 500′ coaster, the announced to be made may 26th…??!! Just saying

  3. Cowboy says:

    Bush gardens Tampa. Around the Serengeti with animals around.

  4. Raymond says:

    Six Flags Great America has had their share of record breakers over the years and they have been quiet for a while. They are due for something big soon.

    • Frank says:

      Six Flags hasn’t worked with Gerstlauer since the SFOT New Texas Giant Incident so I doubt it’ll be any SF park

      Maxx Force just came in 2019 so I don’t see SFGAm getting anything major just yet.

  5. Big Tony says:

    Challenging terrain? Tight Footprint? I know this is the longest long shot in history, but Kennywood? Maybe they realized that 9 inversions wouldn’t last long enough so they’re going for the world record lol. I can dream.

    • jeessse says:

      Their newest coaster hasn’t run for over a year right? Why would they build a new one? It’s Cedar Point, and the difficult install will be where Wicked Twister is.

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