If you look at the pictures, it does. *never mind. It doesn't. Stupid white track making me think it was one big coaster... I need to pay more attention after I've had some time to wake up more. *** Edited 3/18/2007 2:23:14 PM UTC by joe.***
I enjoyed the one I rode at Morey's. They actually have two--a standard one and a suspended one. It's a nice change of pace. I bet it's very popular with children, as it's user controlled like antique cars, although more akin to Flinstone style cars. ;)
Correct me if im wrong but didn't Japan also have a rollercoaster or something, that people actually did power. I think there were pictures of it a while back, but i cant remember. Maybe it was a fake picture.
Anyhow this ride goes back to throwback eras, of the old scenic railways with people actually doing something to make the ride run, ie the ride attendants used to have to push the old cars on the scenic railways to the top by hand. Thankfully we have moved on nicely.
In a effort to help cut down on the amount of breakdowns that Cedar Point has with Top Thrill Dragster, Cedar Fair will soon announce that they plan to switch over to a new pedal powered launch system.
Since CF now owns the Paramount park chain, it will be acceptable for all the riders to scream out;