1. TPoseOnTantrum

    Legoland Korea | Ninjago Coaster | 2025

    Plenty of action in Korea lately. First new RMC steel track on T Express, then a Raptor showing up at Gyeongju World, and now the very young Legoland Korea is moving forwards with its first post-opening day attraction. Two things have happened very suddenly; a ceremonious groundbreaking was...
  2. endermanloveH20

    Top 3 Fastest Coasters - Favorite?

    What's your favorite?
  3. endermanloveH20

    Mattel Adventure Park

  4. endermanloveH20

    Best Upcoming Coaster for 2024?

    What coaster do you want to ride the most in 2024?
  5. Matt N

    What is your favourite non-Merlin UK coaster?

    Hi guys. In the UK theme park industry, Merlin theme parks are a very dominant force, and this is arguably most apparent in the arena of roller coaster hardware. If you were to ask an average enthusiast what their favourite UK coaster is, there’s a good chance that it would be at a Merlin theme...
  6. Matt N

    Which B&M coaster model is your favourite?

    Hi guys. Over the years, B&M have produced numerous different models of coaster. From Inverted Coasters and Flying Coasters to Hyper Coasters and even brief forays into family coasters, this iconic manufacturer has produced many different models of roller coaster, with each one having its own...
  7. Matt N

    SeaWorld Orlando | Penguin Trek | B&M Family Launch Coaster | 2024

    Hi guys. Since COVID hit in 2020, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin has stood SBNO. Given that it's been shut for nearly 3 years now and the park have removed all references to it, it has long since been assumed to be defunct and awaiting a replacement. However, that replacement could finally be...
  8. Matt N

    Coasters that carry their park’s coaster lineup

    Hi guys. Often when visiting a park, there are certain rides that will stand out to you as being more enjoyable than others. But sometimes, there might be a case where you ride one coaster a park that stands tall above the rest. This one coaster outweighs the rest of the park’s coasters by a...
  9. Matt N

    Are there any "old hat" coaster elements that you're sad to see going out of fashion?

    Hi guys. If you surveyed a group of coaster enthusiasts, I'm sure that most would agree that we are currently at the zenith of all-time roller coaster design. With manufacturers growing ever more ambitious in their layout design, and cramming airtime and wacky angles into places they've never...
  10. Matt N

    Weirdest rides you’ve ever had on coasters

    Hi guys. Over the years, there are probably some coasters that you get to ride a fair amount, and some coasters that you have a fair idea of how they will probably ride before you ride them. However, a ride can sometimes catch you off guard in quite a big way. For instance, a ride of a type...
  11. Matt N

    What is your favourite traditional (non-RMC or Intamin prefab) wooden coaster?

    Hi guys. Within the last decade or two, two key inventions happened within the field of wooden roller coasters; the Intamin pre-fab woodie and the RMC Topper Track woodie. These innovative models altered the way in which wooden coasters were built and really pushed the boundaries of what the...
  12. Matt N

    An analysis of Europe’s coaster selection (Part 3: "QuantOverQual" and "QualOverQuant")

    Disclaimer: This post is extremely long, and if you don't like data analysis and geeky maths talk, I'd suggest you run for the hills and don't look back, because this post has quite a bit of it! Hi guys. There are a lot of theme parks in Europe, as well as a lot of roller coasters. So naturally...
  13. C

    Most fitting coaster names

    hello, in your opinion what are the most fitting names for roller coasters?
  14. Matt N

    What is your mentality towards riding kiddie coasters?

    Hi guys. If you do coaster counting, one means that many enthusiasts tend to resort to in order to up their coaster count is riding kiddie coasters. One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that enthusiasts tend to have different mentalities towards riding kiddie coasters and the level of care...
  15. Matt N

    Coaster selections that feel like “quantity over quality” and coaster selections that feel like “quality over quantity”

    Hi guys. Often, when picking your favourite coaster selection, you can be spurred towards picking a park with a huge quantity of credits as your favourite; the more creds on offer, the better, right? But sometimes, parks can defy this logic. Sometimes, a park can have tons of credits on offer...
  16. Matt N

    Most noteworthy park and coaster you haven’t done in your home country/state

    Hi guys. We all have a home country (or home state, in the context of the USA), and often, we know the parks close to our home like the back of our hand. For instance, as a UK citizen, I couldn’t count my total number of visits to Alton Towers on two hands, and it’s getting to the point where my...
  17. Matt N

    Your favourite coaster lineup in Europe?

    Hi guys. Europe has many theme parks, and coasters are a vital element of theme parks in the eyes of many, so my question to you today is very simple; which European park's coaster lineup is your favourite? I can't really vote in this, as I haven't visited any European parks outside the UK as...
  18. C

    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...
  19. 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...
  20. 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...