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This was a fun, comfortable, relaxing ride. Id even say it was the best flat in the park! There were no restraints, so it was kinda freaky (but FUN!) having just the g-forces keep you in place. Ive yet to find another flat thats more fun than the Spinmeister. Sadly, as of 2006 the ride has been torn down.
This is the only enterprise ride that Ive been on, and I think its a doozy. No restraints are needed to secure riders, just forces. That makes the ride a bit freaky. Going through the flippity doo dah is probably an experience that I wont forget--and you wont either. How insane is it, you ask? My dad vomited after he got off the ride. This is one of the rides where youll really need a paper bag to puke in. You dont want that mess to go all over you, do you? Fortunately for me, I dont get motion sickness, but I do get dizzy, and this ride did that to me. Youre guaranteed to get dizzy, or your money back. (not really) A fun ride from the late 70s.
Probably the best run flat ride in the park, Spinmeister is nestled between bushes and other greenery. It’s a hidden gem among the multi-million dollar scream machines that dominate the park. As a basic enterprise, Spinmeister flips you over at its near 90 degree angle a solid 3 – 5 times. You’re free to roam around in the little gondola – thankfully there are no restraints to ruin your time, but the strong forces keep your head pinned to the back. It’s rare to find someone well-coordinated after a spin on this and is always a quick way to score some laughs.
Enterprises are OK. IThis ride is pretty cool, even though it made me a bit nauseous.
This is a good enterprise. The cars are a bit cramped, but that dosent reaslly matter. They operate it at a perfect speed so you dont fly into the wall.
This ride is a very nice relaxing ride. Especialy good after walking aournd the park all day. Theres really never more than a 15 minute wait except during fright fest. Ive been ridin this ride for a while and ill always love it.
I almost passed this up. Luckily, a certain local told me it was a Schwarzkopf, and I can never pass up a Schwarzkopf. As usual, a solid ride. While it doesnt have that special place in my heart like my homeparks enteprise, it was still a solid ride, and they ran it hard and ran it long. Rides that capitalize on centrifugal forces are always ok by me, and it got me to that dizzy-yet-fun mind frame. Strong rotations and a fun ride call for a high rating, though I think it could have used some paint (again, memory issues a week later)
This is a pretty decent Schwarzkopf enterprise. It just needs a little bit of love (a little paint here and there and a few cosmetic touch ups). Its in a pretty good location in the park. It runs a decent cycle; going completely upsidedown 4 times. A very nice a relaxing ride, but slightly disorienting once you get off, much like all enterprises.
Was this always called the Spinmeister? I always called it the Enterprise. These are classic rides no matter where they are. Used to be one of my favorites before I was old enough to experience motion sickness.... ah, how I long for those days!
A fun enterprise that does a few loops. Nothing really special but fun for those who can handle spining rides, i guess thats why I liked it as much as I did.
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