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This is an AWESOME ride. And even though I have such a strong stomach that I was able to ride the Tennessee Tornado many times not too long after a big lunch (and Blazing Fury minutes after lunch, as I waited on the rest of the folks to finish their meals!) this little ditty right here made me a bit queasy! And that was BEFORE lunch! But oh was it ever worth it. I give props to the operations at Dollywood - I thought the ride would never end, as the cycle is remarkably long, and very thrilling. The forces are almost as exciting as a small coaster, though somewhat predictable. The restraint system and seating arrangement is exceptionally bizarre if you've not been on any sort of ride like this before (I hadn't), and the capacity is VERY nice for a flat ride. That means the lines will be swallowed up rather quickly, BUT then stay stagnant for a bit as the ride cycle is, again, rather generous! It's a must ride, but for those with very low nausea tolerance, I advise a bit of caution.
I don't know why, but I get more frightened on this one than the coasters. Maybe the restraint system. I do enjoy this ride. Uneven rushes depending on where you are when get to the top and spin. I ride it a least once every time I go to Dollywood.
One of the better diskos out there. This one fits in well with Dollywood and the spinning was excellent as it was both fast and quite forceful. Also, the sensations were enjoyable as well and the cycle was sufficient.
Its funny that the Dizzy Disk looks so much less spectacular than the Timber Tower, yet this one definitely delivers a more fun, more extreme ride. The forces it delivers are actually pretty intense, and the sensations it provides when rounding the top and beginning to fall back down are the best. I just wish they could figure out a more comfortable restraint system for these Disko rides. Your back, abdomen, and chest all get quite constricted with the current restraints.
Its a very good ride.I rode it this year.My brother was scared can you beileive it.Hes nine years old and Im ten.I didnt get dizzy thank goodness.He rode the lemon twist those do make me dizzy.
The Dizzy Disk truly is a dyzzying dizk! Really fun ride; its like a party on that thing. Way better than any other flat ride at the park.:thumbsup:
A very fun flat ride.A little bit jerky but it had some good thrills. I didnt get much weightlessness on this ride however. A must ride at Dollywood.
A very good ride. It was a little jerky, but still had great thrills. Luckily we were there on a slow day and got to ride it three times without having to get off.
A good ride. Dizzy Disk was the first Disko I every rode in a park, following only one at a tradeshow in the same week. The ride is certainly unique, it breaks the mold of regular flats a bit. The forces can be akward, but not in a bad way. The movemebr along all three axis creates some neat sensations, but still remains enjoyable to all. Its not a thrilling machine, nor is it boring. It fits in well at Dollywood, and is a pleasing ride. However, I do have to say that outdoors it isnt as fun as indoors where you seem like you are going to crash into the ceiling, but since most of these will be outdoors Ill try to look past that. Also, on my one ride, I didnt get much weightlessness, so that was a bummer
Very fun ride! Its my favorite ride in the new Country Fair. Very happy the park decided to buy one of these. (However, the ride can be a little uncomfortable for guys due to the way the seats are built)
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