What were CCI's first coaster's?

Saturday, May 18, 2002 5:11 PM

Outlaw at Adventureland? It would be great to have a chronological list of their coasters. Anybody care to take a shot at that one?

Take it easy, DAC

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Saturday, May 18, 2002 5:14 PM

http://www.customcoasters.com/

Its all there.

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Saturday, May 18, 2002 6:11 PM
Well I know that their first was Sky Princess at Dutch Wonderland! Its quite a fun ride, although aimed towards children.
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Saturday, May 18, 2002 8:06 PM
Blitzjade, I believe it says family coaster on the site. And yes the Sky Princess was their first.

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 6:41 AM

Sky Princess is indeed a "family" coaster. It's small, but lots of fun, and not a bad first effort at all. Dutch Wonderland has themselves a perfect little "for the whole family" ride.

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 8:07 AM

Dale Caskey said:
It would be great to have a chronological list of their coasters. Anybody care to take a shot at that one?


I will. I'll post it later today.

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 12:07 PM

*Sky Princess-1992, Dutch Wonderland Lancaster,PA
*Outlaw-1993 Adventureland Des Moines,IA
*Cannonball Run-1993 Waterville USA Gulf Shores,AL
*Zach's Zoomer-1994 Michigan's Adventure Muskegon, MI
*Hoosier Hurricane-1994 Indiana Beach Monticello, IN
*Raven-1995, Holiday World Santa Claus, IN
*Cyclops-1995 Big Chief Karts & Coasters Wisconsin Dells, WI
*Excalibur-1995 Funtown Saco, ME
*The Underground-1996 Adventureland Des Moines, IA
*Timber Terror-1996 Silverwood Athol, ID
*Pegasus-1996, Big Chief Karts & Coasters Wisconsin Dells, WI
*Megafobia-1996 Oakwood Park Pembrokeshire, Wales
*Great White-1996 Wild Wheels Pier Wildwood, NJ
*Tonnerre de Zeus-1997 Parc Astérix Plailly, France
*Tomahawk & Stampia-1997 Universal Studios Port AventuraTarragona, Spain
*Zeus-1997 Big Chief Karts & CoastersWisconsin Dells, WI
*Twisted Twins(Sisters)-1998 Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom Louisville, KY
*Ghostrider-1998 Knott's Berry Farm Buena Park, CA
*Rampage-1998 Visionland Bessemer, AL
*Shivering Timers-1998 Michigan's Adventure Muskegon, MI
*Silver Comet-1999 Martin's Fantasy Island Grand Island, NY
*Tremors-1999 SilverwoodAthol, ID
*Boulder Dash-2000 Lake Compounce Bristol, CT
*The Boss-2000 Six Flags St. Louis St. Louis, MO
*Hurricane-2000 Myrtle Beach Pavilion Myrtle Beach, SC
*Medusa-2000 Six Flags Mexico Mexico City, Mexico
*The Legend-2000 Holiday World Santa Claus, IN
*Mega Zeph-2000 Jazzland New Orleans, LA
*The Villain-2000 Six Flags Worlds of Adventure Aurora, OH
*Cheetah-2001 Wild Adventures Valdosta, GA
*Cornball Express-2001 Indiana Beach Monticello, IN
*The Lost Coaster of Superstition Mountain-2002 Indiana Beach Monticello, IN


Here are all of the coasters, but they are put in order by year, not which part of the year they opened , so the first one listed under 2000, isn't the first one that opened in 2000

also the * indicates a coaster, because some of the additional info ran on to the next line

Also thanks to the Official CCI website for all of this info

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 12:13 PM

No Offense, But They Are Wrong On The Locoation Of The Outlaw. It is in Altoona, Iowa

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 12:55 PM
You forgot Cannonball Run in 1993

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 1:31 PM

With all due respect Kyle,

Why be a pain in the butt about where parks are?

Yes the Outlaw is in Altoona which is a suburb of Des Moines. Most people know where Des Moines is but have no idea where Altoona is. It makes life a whole lot easier to say Adventureland is in Des Moines.

It is the same thing with Six Flags Great America and Magic Mountain. If someone asked where those parks are most people would say Chicago and Los Angeles not Gurnee and Valencia.

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 9:04 PM

OmahaCPfan said:

With all due respect Kyle,

Why be a pain in the butt about where parks are?

Yes the Outlaw is in Altoona which is a suburb of Des Moines. Most people know where Des Moines is but have no idea where Altoona is. It makes life a whole lot easier to say Adventureland is in Des Moines.

It is the same thing with Six Flags Great America and Magic Mountain. If someone asked where those parks are most people would say Chicago and Los Angeles not Gurnee and Valencia.



Yeah, it's pretty funny on the Six Flags site. They list Marine World (Vallejo) as San Francisco, which is fine because it is a suburb, but they list Waterworld USA with the actual city name (Concord). Vallejo is farther away from SF than Concord is!

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Sunday, May 19, 2002 9:43 PM
I've been fortunate enough to ride 7 (or 6...;, I count L-O-L-A and "sista Stella" separately)) of their machines. The number will go up shortly, following our ass-ault on the Midwest...localities in IN, MI, will add to the CCI count...:)
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Monday, May 20, 2002 4:19 AM

I have the listings right here. They'eve got:

San Antonio(SFFT is really in Fiesta)

Chicago(SFGAm is really Gurnee)

Los Angeles(SFMM is really in VAlencia)

Clevland(SFWoA is really in Aurora)

Washington D.C.(SFA is definentely not in D.C. because they wouldn't allow it, nope try going into Maryland)

San Francisco(Mayor Willie was still trying to build San Fransisco's first amusement park in 2000, now you're telling me San Frannsisco has a park. Does Six Flags and Paramount know that the only park within a 90 minutes outside of San Fransisco is Children's Fairyland and Noland Park?)

Mexico City(right district wrong p[lace SFM is about 2 and a half hours away from Mexico City)

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Monday, May 20, 2002 8:20 AM
Both SFMW and PGA are less than an hour from SF.
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Monday, May 20, 2002 8:56 AM

SFNE is listed as Springfield, but it's in Agawam, just outside of Springfield.

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Monday, May 20, 2002 3:18 PM

B&M Webmaster said:
Both SFMW and PGA are less than an hour from SF.


You try getting across to Oakland from San Fransisco in less than a half hour. Then talk about the biggest mess going up 580, I traveled that route everyday, it takes an hour just to get to Hayward or Richmond, and that still not hitting Vallejo or Santa Clara.

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Monday, May 20, 2002 11:46 PM

Vertigo said:

B&M Webmaster said:
Both SFMW and PGA are less than an hour from SF.

You try getting across to Oakland from San Fransisco in less than a half hour. Then talk about the biggest mess going up 580, I traveled that route everyday, it takes an hour just to get to Hayward or Richmond, and that still not hitting Vallejo or Santa Clara.



Getting from SF to Vallejo is a mess, but you don't need to cross any bridge to get from the city to Santa Clara. Just take 101 or 280 if it's too crowded, and you are at PGA in less than 40 mins. It's irrelevant anyways, since the population of San Francisco itself is only 700,000+, and the Bay Area as a whole has 5,000,000+. Most people don't actualy live in SF. San Jose is a much larger city than San Francisco.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2002 3:14 PM
Oh, brilliant, so we drive through the mess of Daily City and SFO Airport, and Redwood City. Also, if you go that way you'll get into Highway 101, the biggest traffic jam in Northern California!!! You're not gonna' get out of there that fast. You can go forwards and backwards on the Bay Bridge faster than getting out of Highway 101. That's why so many people would rather do 580 and avoid that mess in San Jose. San Fransisco to Palo Alto would be about 40 minutes on a fair day, but the reason why the times isn't going to be like that is because of the big commouters, SFO Airport, South San Fran, and Daily City.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2002 3:22 PM

I think the site is designed to give flying destinations, not necisarily precise placs.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2002 3:24 PM
The sky princess was my first rollercoaster which I rode in 92. Thats kind of cool!

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