Alexander: Just a couple days before US amusement parks started announcing operational suspensions left and right, an idyllic day (at least, for a Six Flags park) was had by us at Fiesta Texas.
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We’re also impressed with the ride’s 3-train continuous loading procedure. While filling the whole train is still challenging for guests and groupers, the throughput is definitely still stronger than that of comparable coasters.
Superman, meanwhile, is one that we’re polarized on. While we love the ride’s placement on the cliff and the creative terrain play that comes with it, I find that the ride is too sluggish compared to the other 2000-built Floorless Coasters, Medusa and Kraken.
Though they aren’t too terribly far along in the project, this Zamperla Super Air Race will surely be well worth the wait! (The same can’t exactly be said for Iron Rattler, whose short, vibrate-y performance awaited after an hour of queueing with one train).
Roadrunner Express remains our favorite coaster at Six Flags Fiesta Texas. A late era Arrow and Alan Schilke’s solo design debut, Roadrunner gives us shades of the great Arrow Mine Trains before it, as well as a forecast for Arrow’s latest (and greatest) projects, Tennessee Tornado and X.
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