The first time I saw it I couldn't figure out who made two-rail track that would be heading east on I-80. Then I realized that Steel Hawg was going to be orange so I looked it up. Looks like S&S is taking a new approach on track design.
When I rode LoCoSuMo a few years ago it was horribly rough and painful, but when I rode it this past weekend I really enjoyed it, and actually got a bit of airtime... It is a "bone rattling experience" though :)
Huh? When did I say (or even hint) at any of that?
Steel work is complete. I said before it looks about as fun as getting strapped to a wheelchair and thrown down a flight of stairs, but I'd like to make a correction - it looks *worse* then getting strapped to a wheelchair and thrown down a flight of stairs. :)
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It´s a bit strange, a few years ago I would have been all giddy to ride something so twisted, but somehow I don´t think it looks like much fun. Although it looks much better than the dire Screaming Squirrels.
Somethings just don´t have to be built only because you can (and that verdict is still out.)
It will certainly be an eyecatcher and people will love to watch it. This thing looks so RCT3!
Here are some photos I took:
Looks like the trains (cars) are on site... I think they look pretty good... very open air. Now we just need to see what the ride looks like when it's testing.
You still have Zoidberg.... You ALL have Zoidberg! (V) (;,,;) (V)
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