I get that, and I get queasy at a lot of spinning rides too, but these giant spinning disc rides don't bother me at all. There is enough forward motion that it kind of cancels out the spinning. So maybe give it a chance.
boldikus wrote:LOL What are you on about? The ride doesn't open until Memorial Day weekend, they're still working on the ride area.
The video shows that each cycle will take about 5 minutes (including loading times) and its not a particularly large capacity ride. The picture shows the majority of the line has zero shade. Six Flags is primarily populated during the hottest times of the year.
I like shade. I think most people do. I don't understand why Six Flags management does not.
I'm not asking for Universal's Harry Potter style theming, but simply more of the canopy seen in the first photo. I understand they want to keep the sight-line open up front, so maybe they should have reconfigured more of the line to go around the back.
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