I truely loved that ride.
I never got to ride it though, so I don't know how good/bad it is, but it seems like a fair enough trade! *** Edited 12/18/2006 3:46:20 PM UTC by Sarah Jackson***
I've only been on it's cousin at PCW, that was for sure, on square wheels. Unforturntly, I've yet to make it to PKI. Next season...
I was at PCW for Spring Con and I thought it was fine. I think the Togo Stand-up coasters are easier to ride (for a man) than B&M's. The thing about the Togo's that sux is the difficulty getting into and out of the restraints. It make for a slow load/unload.
*** Edited 12/18/2006 4:37:07 PM UTC by Jason Hammond***
Tim the TOGO defender lol:D
I will say this, however. . .it was particularly rough on guys. I'm not being sexist when I say this (and, remember, I'm the guy that likes "rough" coasters) but the "nether regions" took some major abuse on the ride. We hadn't quite gotten to the point in time where there was a "bouncy" quality to the stirrup. Ah-hem. You know what I mean.
Guys always rolled off that ride pulling at the front of their pants and looking slightly quizzical as they weren't quite sure about what they had just experienced. They just knew that there was a very distinct tingling sensation as a result of it.
Never thought we'd get into THAT particular subject matter before, but there's always a first for everything!!
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