Looks interesting, to say the least! I thought it looked quite rattly in the video considering it doesn't go overly fast (30mph), but the guy said it was smooth, so maybe it's just the camera distorting things? Looks perfectly fine for a mid-investment year before Mako, though!
I really want to like these models because I think they are a new versatile take on a classic ride like the Loop-on-Tops by Larson. However, the POV makes it look weak, slow, way too loud and shaky for what it does, and these restraints are just an overkill. Couldn't Skyline Attractions come up with a more minimalistic design which offered both a comfortable and safe restraint?
I know I should hold judgement until I ride one myself, but since I am not going to Sea World San Diego in the foreseeable future, I will just wait for the first reviews.
These need big improvements to truly work.
1. Better restraints (those whoppers look awful)
2. Smoother (shoutout to the guy clearly lying, in the video)
5. Longer ride time
6. Better propulsion systems (drive tires? What is this a fairground ride?)
It’s a good concept... but if I was a park I’d rather buy a Gravity Group family woodie or save up and spend my money on a Sky Rocket