Sunday, July 1, 2001 5:26 PM
I finally rode cornball express today and I am totally speachless. It is just totally awesome.
I have rode several wood coasters but this one has to be the best. Even though small in size She packs one hell of a punch. This is one of those must ride rides. This ride has totally wicked air.
Jordon "the jackal" Dunham
Team Berserk Blue
Sunday, July 1, 2001 6:02 PM
I thought Cornball Express was a family coaster... but then again, Pegasus is a CCI junior coaster, and that has extrememly strong laterals.
Cyclops. 1900 feet of CCI goodness.
Sunday, July 1, 2001 7:30 PM
Ha! I laugh that IB calls it a Jr. Coaster. This thing rocks. No kiddie coaster.
Sunday, July 1, 2001 8:45 PM
The only thing junior about Cornball is that it is shorter in length, height, and time than Hoosier Hurricane. That said, Cornball has a whole bunch of interesting moments that Hoosier Hurricane lacks, including those last two drops which are absolute ejector airtime. Cornball is a neat ride. It's no Legend or Raven, but it's a good solid coaster, and a more-than-welcome addition to Indiana Beach!
--Dave Althoff, Jr.
Who rode Cornball yesterday.
Monday, July 2, 2001 12:14 AM
"I thought Cornball Express was a family coaster... but then again, Pegasus is a CCI junior coaster, and that has extrememly strong laterals.
Cyclops. 1900 feet of CCI goodness."
Even though Cornball Express is classified as a family coaster along with Pegasus, I am almost certain that Cornball is much more intense. Pegasus did nothing for me.
Chitowns 6 year old daughter says "Daddy, Dippin Dots are nasty!!" I must say that I agree!!
Monday, July 2, 2001 8:04 AM
Cornball is really something...redefines "family coaster" if you ask me! It had me on the edge for the whole time on my first ride. I don't know how CCI did it, but it speeds thru it's course never slowing down and offers amazing amounts of air! I prefer Cornball Express over Hoosier Hurricane anyday.
Get down to Indiana and right it now! ;)
I'm going to be at CP July 10th & 11th. I'll be at SFWOA the 12th of July. See you there!