Layout and specs for Toverland's GCI now online

Toverland has set up a site for Troy, their new GCI woodie. The coaster will be 105 feet tall and just over 3400 feet long, with a ride time of just under two minutes. You can check out pics of the layout or see a rotating 3-d model. They also have contruction pics and a webcam.

Looks pretty cool to me!

- Aaron K, wondering if Chuck will still maintain it's "nearly 180 ft."

That does indeed look VERY cool!
Acoustic Viscosity's avatar
not bad ;)

AV Matt
Long live the Big Bad Wolf

GCI builds some beautiful coasters

coastin' since 1985

bobthecoasterguy's avatar
Lots of curves. Looks awesome and really pretty.

--Erich

Looks great. Great Coasters continues to impress me. Wish it was closer to home, though.
matt.'s avatar
I hate to be "that guy" but this looks like the best thing they've ever done.
ApolloAndy's avatar
I hate to be "that guy" but I still don't get GCI rides. :-P

Too many turns, not enough air...


Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."


Rob Ascough said:
Looks great. Great Coasters continues to impress me. Wish it was closer to home, though.

I second that. Very cool design!

If you look closely at the design it appears there is actually a 'normal' stright forward airtime hill on this ride (going over the brake run), a little unusual for GCI. I also think I spy a double down. Looks sweet, I second the opinnion too bad it's not closer to home.

Amnesiac said:
If you look closely at the design it appears there is actually a 'normal' stright forward airtime hill on this ride (going over the brake run), a little unusual for GCI. I also think I spy a double down. Looks sweet, I second the opinnion too bad it's not closer to home.

It looks like they're once again taking steps toward the airplane coaster, and also some parts of the old Traver Cyclones. This looks to be the most thrilling to date.

it looks like The Wildcat at hershey park

Looks wonderful.

-Patrick

Mamoosh's avatar
If you look closely at the design it appears there is actually a 'normal' stright forward airtime hill on this ride

Ummm, a number of GCI's have straight hills starting with their first two, both called Roar.

Hershey's Wildcat has at least one or two straight hills.

It is a FACT that The Voyage is the greatest thing on the planet!!
matt.'s avatar
And correct me if I'm wrong but Hershey's Wildcat was their first coaster, not the Roars.
Yeah, Wildcat came before the Roar coasters.
Mamoosh's avatar
Oh yeah...forgot about Wildcat ;)
Acoustic Viscosity's avatar
All of GCI's coasters have at least one straight hill.

Hey Moosh, I'm not seeing the Airplane this time...nor the airtime. ;)


AV Matt
Long live the Big Bad Wolf

Mamoosh's avatar
LOL! I'm still waiting for Chuck to chime in and comment on his claim that this woodies is going to be 180 feet tall! lol

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