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    What Started As A Matterhorn Question And Is Now A Merged General Discussion On What Counts as Coaster Credit

    The Matterhorn at Disneyland which is the first-ever tubular steel coaster has two tracks according to RCDB the left track is 2,037 ft long and 2 minutes and 7 seconds long while the right track is 2,134 ft long and is 2 minutes and 26 seconds long. this brings me to my question, does the...
  2. Matt N

    The coaster you've ridden with the highest statistic for each major coaster stat

    Hi guys. Records, although often dismissed by enthusiasts, are one of the main points of interest that parks often resort to using, and personally, I think that saying you've ridden a record-breaking coaster does still carry a certain element of prestige! So my question to you today is; for each...
  3. Matt N

    New coaster concepts that you think would be cool

    Hi guys. There are many different types of coasters out there, and there are still new innovations being unveiled even now; for instance, I’d argue that S&S’ recently Axis model was a pretty radical invention! But the question stands; what next? What isn’t currently on a coaster anywhere in the...
  4. MurphNation

    Construction/Teasing @ Worlds of Fun

    Hi Everybody! I have just got home from Worlds of Fun located in Kansas City, MO and would like to share some information I have received from a long-time employee. I can not share the name or what coaster he was working at because their is a good chance he would loose his job. Besides their is...
  5. Matt N

    Why have travelling coasters progressed so little, and will we ever see large-scale, custom travelling coasters built again?

    Hi guys. The recent news of Mellors seemingly having purchased a travelling Sky Rocket II for Riyadh Winter Wonderland in Saudi Arabia recently got me thinking about travelling coasters. And it got me thinking; the world of travelling coasters is arguably somewhat stuck in the past compared to...
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    A Giga going to Kings Island!!2????

    I am freaking out!!!! I just heard from Zimmerman that another giga is going to KI!!! Im crying!!!! aparently i's by rmc!!!!! 437 feet!!!! Posting proof soon!
  8. MurphNation

    Six Flags St. Louis New Coaster or Ride Coming soon?

    So apparently markings have been sited at Six Flags St. Louis. I saw a few posts on twitter about it, then I saw a couple of youtube videos so here's the info: On the Former Tidal Wave plot their is marking sightings, Now this could really be anything but this could be big! Local Missouri...
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    A Gerstlauer Infinity to be opened at one of the following Cedar Fair parks

    I currently reconnected with an old friend who now works for Cedar Fair involving public relations. I just Recently became an enthuasist about a year ago! I was on facebook a few weeks ago and found that I had a request from my old college bud. I found out that he works for Cedar Fair and we...
  10. Matt N

    What are your thoughts on going backwards on coasters?

    Hi guys. With the swing launch seemingly being the flavour of the month in launch coaster world at present, as well as shuttle and semi-shuttle coasters increasing in popularity, the number of coasters that go backwards for at least a portion of their layout is ever increasing. So my question to...
  11. Matt N

    Will we ever see another large-scale 4D coaster?

    Hi guys. 4D coasters seem to have become all the rage as of late, with S&S’ 4D Free Spin model in particular flying off the shelves at the moment. But it’s quite easy to forget that before the era of modern, compact 4D coasters, it was a different type of 4D coaster that started it all; the...
  12. Matt N

    What is your favourite coaster in each RCDB thrill level category?

    Hi guys. RCDB, the rollercoaster database, has 4 different thrill level categories by which it categorises rides; Kiddie, Family, Thrill and Extreme. @Peet made a brilliant thread earlier asking how many you’ve ridden from each category...
  13. MurphNation

    GCI likely building multiple new coasters with Cedar Fair through 2022-2025

    I recently reached out to Joyce Stablewski at GCI, and this is what she said. I asked her this: "Are you going to be working with Cedar Fair in the near future? If you are, what parks would you think you're working with?" I assumed I would get no response but I did. She said "We are always...
  14. Matt N

    Can a coaster ever be too smooth?

    Hi guys. Someone over on TowersStreet Talk made an interesting comment about Nemesis earlier today: Admittedly, I imagine that some of you are perplexed as to how this TSTer’s comment is relevant, but it is relevant, because when I read it, it got me thinking; can a coaster ever be too smooth...
  15. Coaster Chall YouTube

    Hall Of Shame - Types Of Rides That Deserve To Be Inducted

    Well... Its fair to say the Skywarp is the inaugural inductee into our theme park hall of shame. But I thought I'd start this discussion to see what ride types everyone else would put into it as well.
  16. Matt N

    Closest coasters to a “Jack of all trades”?

    Hi guys. I was just watching a POV of VelociCoaster at Islands of Adventure, and I was thinking to myself; it might genuinely be one of the world’s most varied roller coasters in terms of the sensations on offer. And that got me thinking; what are some of the closest coasters out there to a...
  17. Matt N

    Do you prefer steel roller coasters or wooden roller coasters?

    Hi guys. I know this seems like a very simplistic debate, but I’m surprised we seemingly haven’t got a topic for it, and I thought it might be a fun one to discuss. So my basic question to you is; do you prefer steel roller coasters or wooden roller coasters? Personally, I prefer steel roller...
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    Chinese knock-off coasters in United States?

    Chinese ride manufactures have been copying the original designs from other manufactures outside of China and make it their own version of the design what they designed. I’m wondering that what IF there’s a Chinese knock-off coaster being built in the United States. That would be a TROLLING...
  19. Matt N

    Have you ever had a changing ride on a coaster you’ve ridden before?

    Hi guys. This hobby can be full of surprises when riding coasters; you can quite often find that when riding a brand new coaster for the first time, it delivers in ways you didn’t expect, and really surprises you. But I find that some of the most surprising rides of all can sometimes come from...
  20. Coaster Chall YouTube

    Markers at Kings Island (2021/22?)

    So, it turns out there's some markers over this month at Kings Island and all the details can be found here: But, the amazing Coaster Nation has made a Wing Coaster using those marker placements and if this would be the result of the...