A.J. wrote:Twisted Cyclone is the only Rocky Mountain coaster I've ridden so far but I'd be willing to bet that their brand-new coasters (Outlaw Run, Lightning Rod, Goliath) have smoother transitions than their renovations because they have control of both the track layout and the support structure.
You are correct. I've been on two of the four ground-up ones (missed Lightning Rod but not for lack of trying, and Wildfire ...well, I'll get there someday), and they are very smooth. Steel Vengeance and Storm Runner especially have weird transitions that make for a pretty unpredictable ride. I kind of love that, but maybe I just like to be punished....
This is the map of probable location of all this stages, zones and modules
The first stage : three modules of fire , one module of water Second stage : Themed hotel Third stage : Themed hotel, museum of carp (yes... that fish), parkings Fourth stage : Entrace zone, one module of water, two "X" ( Earth or Air ) modules, one "Y" module (Earth or Air) Fifth stage : year-round water park Sixth stage : one "X" module, one module of water, two "Y" modules ??? : Maybe festival zone ( btw. there will be two festivals in 2019 )
It still amazes me how they seem to be building these huge rides in such a short time interval as if it was nothing. The layout looks great. I don't think it has anything that we haden't seen before on an RMC but that's not bad at all given how awesome their rides are (at least the ones I've been to). This might be a good opportunity for me to finally try an "original" wooden RMC as I've only ridden hybrids.
The Mr Freeze coasters should have speakers playing the sentence: "Let's kick some ice!" right before each launch
What does one say after riding a Batman clone? The G force is strong with this one.
But what about all the other announched new rollercoasters expected for Energylandia in the future? I read many different messages from many different sources and all telling something different.
Some say the launched Vekoma could also open in 2020, but others tell it will be 2021 or even 2022. What is the date the themepark themselfs have told the world? And what about the future Vekoma tiltcoaster and minetrain?
I told myself I'm going to wait until 2020 to visit this park for the RMC, but at the rate they keep building things, it seems like there'll always be something to look forward to. That new Vekoma sounds awesome too.
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