Q1) Are you Male/Female?
Q2) How old are you?
Q3) When you go to a theme park, do you prefer riding wooden roller coasters, or steel roller coasters?
Depends on the ride. Either way I like aggressive rides.
Q4) Of all the different roller coaster trains, which do you prefer and why? Seated, standing, inversion etc…
Sit down, no restraint preference
Q5) What’s your most favourite ride?
Probably Maverick @ Cedar Point
Q6) When your on a roller coaster what do you think is the most THRILLING part of the ride? (Gives you the biggest buzz/rush?)
Abrupt changes of direction, aggressive-ness
Q7) What do you think is the most SCARY part of the ride? (Makes you think twice about it?)
Not a whole lot, really. I used to be afraid of heights, but that sort of went away
Q8) Do you think roller coasters are LESS scary and thrilling after you’ve ridden them once before?
Yes, some of them can become kind of boring after an extended time.
Q9) Do you like the idea of an extreme roller coaster? (Think roller coasters crossed with extreme sports)
What do you have in mind here? It seems kind of difficult to really combine those things in any way that is hasn't already been done
Q10) Theming… Is the theme important in the overall ride anticipation and ride satisfaction?
Depends on the ride. If there's supposed to be a theme, it needs to work well - but I'm really not picky.
Q11) Queuing… Do you like to see the ride whilst in the queue? Or do you prefer the sense of not knowing what is going to happen?
I prefer not to look at/hear the same thing for an extended period of time.
Q12) Because of the direct proportionality between rides and queue length, do you prefer short ride/short queue, or long ride/long queue?
Q13) Is there anything you would like to see improved/changed with roller coasters?
Nah, I'm not one to complain.