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This is a comment we don't hear often about EGF, and I agree with you completely! It's a very picturesque ride, too.It struck me on the lift hill that this is a really beautiful coaster - looking down on its twists and turns in and out of the trees is fantastic.
It's not as good as it once was. The headbanging is obviously not an issue but it's got a lot more jolts and shuffling than last year.Ughhh
(FYI, best SLC is Rollercoaster Mayan thanks to them restraints)
I'm super happy for you mate, glad it's still running wellLightning Rod:
Been waiting 2 years to ride it after it was very broken on my first visit in 2017. It's had loads of problems, but now it seems to have finally got over the worst of the issues it was suffering. And I'm delighted to say it was worth the wait.
The front of the train in the mornings is a fantastic ride, but the back row at the end of the day was unbelievably good. It's not butter smooth like the Iron Horse RMCs but that really doesn't matter. It feels like a really well looked after wooden coaster. And the airtime is ridiculous.
I honestly can't decide if I prefer this or Steel Vengeance as my number 1. The only thing that would make me re-ride one over the other is that Lightning Rod is in a nicer park than Steel Vengeance is.