Discussion in 'Roller Coaster Construction' started by roomraider, Sep 12, 2017.
The airtime moments towards the end reminds me of Mystic Timbers or Steel Vengeance.
I like it!
Now on RCDB:-
It will have steel supports, have 1,200ft of track, and a height of 40 ft. It will also be built by Gravitykraft, and be the smallest wooden coaster built by them.
Now, what's the difference between Gravitykraft and Gravity Group?
The Gravity Group design them, Gravitykraft Corporation constructs the ride, and also manufactures the Timberliner trains. I presume this will have 12 riders per train. Probably only a single train also, because of it's small size.
Love this and omg is that a triple down towards the end of the ride! So fun so cool.
If Sesame Place ends up getting a better coaster than Alton Towers I swear to god.
Yes I think that is a triple down at the end towards the end of the ride.
So much hatred for those supports.
Aw, I love it being green! Hoping to make a return visit to Sesame Place in June
The park has released a timeline of current construction progress
Not sure whether to laugh or cry over the fact that this park is getting a probably better woodie than Towers.
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