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A very fun ride; certainly a very intense rotor. Those who become dizzy easily would not enjoy this, and children may be frightened when the floor falls away. Otherwise an intense and thrilling experience.
Due to a limited amount of time at Canobie, I almost skipped this while there. In fact, I didnt even know that this was a ride until I saw a girl toss her cookies after coming off this (I passed it earlier thinking it was a show and not a ride). Well, Im glad I found this as after a non-existant wait, I walked right on and was treated to a very thrilling ride and easily the best rotor Ive ever experienced. The raw speed that Canobie ran this at was something that I would have expected from a Coney op! The Gs were unbelievable and I got really dizzy, though not as dizzy as on the Break Dance. Also, after reading some of the more recent reviews, it sounds like the park really cut the cycle time down, while when I rode the floor stayed down for around 30 seconds. What a flat that really blew me away!
Intense. That sums this ride up. It travels wickedly fast pinning me to the wall with incredible Gs and then the floor drops out. The ride is just way too short.
First off, I liked the look of the building and there almost never is a line. This one travels faster than any others Ive been on and the Gs were absolutely incredible, but what really kills this ride is the cycle, which lasts all of 30 seconds. The floor only drops down for less than 10 seconds.
This is a standard Rotor ride, they'.re all pretty much the same. It'.s the kind of ride Bill Nye would love ".Science Rules!". It'.s not that exciting but the feeling that it gives off is kind of cool. It is pretty weird that the people on the next ride get to watch you. Because your face muscles can'.t stand the pressure so everyone on the ride has a goofy smile and it'.s embarrassing.
A pretty good ride. I went on it 4 times in a row with my dad and brother, and we all had a great time. Its a standard spinning ride that sucks you to a rubber wall that has indents in it. The floor drops out but it dosnt stay down for very long.
Very intense flat and definitely gets the award for the "most likely to induce barf" at Canobie. Seriously, this I see at least one person barf after most of my rides. Anyway, the building looks cool, despite how it doesnt seem to fit in well with Canobie. Despite the small size of the drum, lines are usually short thanks to the intensity of this ride. And when I say intense I mean it because this ride is far faster and more intense than any other rotor Ive been on and it really allowed me to feel the Gs. Unfortunately, the ride is only 30 seconds long, no joke. The floor only drops for about 5-10 seconds or so and thats it. Definitely a very intense flat that only suffers from the insanely short cycle.
This rides pretty cool but sumtimes its also kinda sticky and smelly. The people lookin down at u while u are on it are kinda creepy 2.
Probably the best Rotor I have been on, very well themed and the floor actually drops a few feet, giving you a much more intense ride then most. The vocal ride ops were a plus on this ride as well.
Hard to enjoy a lot of the time, especially with many pubescent boys trying to be "cool", and instead being annoying. Its fun, its a classic, and it smells bad sometimes.
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