The Most Controversial Coasters
Not everyone agrees on which coasters are excellent. There are quite a few rides that have mixed reviews. Here are some of the most controversial.
The Beast is possibly the most controversial coaster ever. There are some riders who think it is an excellent coaster. With its mile-and-a-half long track it is possible to do a lot. Others say that it is excessively rough and not fun at all.
My Opinion: I think that The Beast is an awesome ride, it was my favorite wooden coaster for almost two years. I didn’t notice the roughness when I rode it.
Millennium Force has won the Golden Ticket Award for best steel coaster six times. It is many enthusiast’s favorite coaster. At first glance it doesn’t seem to controversial but many coaster enthusiasts don’t like it. They claim that the large hills don’t give any airtime and that the ride is mostly just about speed.
My Opinion: I am one of those that thinks Millennium Force is the best coaster. I found there to be airtime on each hill.
Goliath at Six Flags Magic Mountain
Goliath is another one of those coasters that some think is amazing. The positive reviewers say that it provides excellent forces throughout the entire ride and has excellent views. Negative reviewers say that it doesn’t have any airtime and the helixes at the end are painful.
My Opinion: I am one of the negative reviewers. Goliath had too many positive Gs and not enough negative ones.
Honorable Mentions: Bizarro at Six Flags New England, Intimidator 305, X2
What do you think? What other Controversial coasters do you know of? Please comment. Thanks for reading. 🙂
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