According to the TR it does have a dual loading station. I love the headers on the bunny hops of this ride, although the placement might have ruined the appearance and forced perspective of the themed buildings and attractions it goes over.
^ Exactly. The grass is always greener. I just thinking how lucky they are to have a ride like that before I realize that Hulk, Dueling Dragons, Spider-man, and Mummy are all within walking (arguable) distance of each other over here.
- I'm surprised more U.S. parks haven't picked up on the idea of theming trains with lights and music. Seems like a neat way to enhance a ride.
- I imagine those in-harness music selectors would last all of two weeks before getting destroyed if something like that were built here. Cripes, if B&M hard-foam restraints get destroyed by riders here, electronics and plastic don't stand a chance.
^^^ Agreed. I think eighty percent of the POV videos shown on you tube make "all" coasters look week. "IMO".
When you go to the gym and do some PT (physical training), does your i pod or portable MP3 player make you work harder, or give you some inspiration to do better? Having one of my favorite tunes playing behind my ears while on a ride would be, well, more exciting. What would it do for you, and, how would you feel if the music was repeated a million time like some amusement park stations? Everytime you were to take a spin on the same coaster, all you would hear is U2 vertigo. Cool!
Ask not what you can do for a coaster, but what a coaster can do for you.