Posted Wednesday, September 1, 2010 12:35 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Dare Devil Dive's mission begins as you're pulled straight up to the sky on a special vertical chain lift, then slowly roll to the top of the tower nearly 100-feet in the air. After an agonizing pause at the crest of the summit, you plummet downward at an angle that is beyond straight down — it actually angles inward at a blistering 52 mph.
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Country's first beyond vertical dive
Umm.. .Doesn't Fahrenheit at Hershey count?
Almost sounds like they're justifying it as the difference between a "dive" and a normal drop...
Dibs on the first beyond vertical dip
OK, so wasn't SpongeBob, a Euro Fighter, beyond vertical?
...and Mystery Mind and the other Eurofighter that hasn't been announced yet. ;)
Lets not forget Maverick and Steel Hawg...
Did Six Flag's marketing staff seriously not have internet connection to check RCDB or are they just that new to the industry?
EDIT: Looks like Tekwardo beat me to Maverick :PLast edited by CPcisco, Wednesday, September 1, 2010 1:16 PM
Maybe they meant the county's first beyond vertical dive? :)
Maybe I'm being unnecessarily harsh to the fine people of Georgia, but the last time I was there I spoke to someone who thought that Ireland was somewhere near Atlanta...
"Country's first beyond vertical dive"... the first with 'beyond' italicized.
Has anybody mentioned Maverick yet?
Reguardless, Perfect choice for a park with a wide range collection of coasters :)
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