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MARKET REPORT: NORTH AMERICA An old favourite, in fact the oldest coaster


in the world, is scheduled to reopen this year after a four-year hiatus. Leap-the-Dips, built in 1902 in Lakemont Park, Altoona, Pennsylvania, has been refurbished and is expected to resume operation. Seabreeze, Rochester, New York, plans to celebrate the centennial of the Jack Rabbit, the park’s iconic woodie. It is North America’s oldest continually operating roller coaster.


Steel Coasters After significant delays, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia, California, in January debuted the latest addition to its coaster arsenal, West Coast Racers. It is the park’s 20th roller coaster, which is more than any other theme park. From Premier Rides, this quasi möbius layout is the world’s first single track quadruple racing coaster. Unlike traditional coasters, this one-of-a-kind racing coaster features two side-by-side tracks with four individual high-speed LSM launches. The immersive journey on the unique terrain-hugging track has riders sitting two abreast while racing head to head with the other cars on the twin track.


The ride experience includes two complete laps, multiple airtime hills, extreme high- banked turns and exhilarating over/under near misses. Iron Gwazi, a 4,075 foot long hybrid coaster from Rocky Mountain Construction, will open at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. With a maximum height of 206 feet and a top speed of 76 mph, it promises 12 airtime features, including three inversions. SeaWorld San Diego will introduce


Mako, a dive coaster from Bolliger & Mabillard. It will be the tallest (153 feet or 47 m), fastest, and longest dive coaster in California, as well as the only floorless dive coaster in the state. It will travel more than 60 mph (97 kph) and cover nearly 2,500 feet (760 m) of track. Riders will shiver through family friendly


adventures on SeaWorld Orlando’s first launch coaster, Ice Breaker. It’s from Premier Rides. Named after the icy Arctic summits, Ice Breaker will feature four launches, both backwards and forwards, culminating in a reverse launch into the steepest beyond vertical drop in Florida — a 93 foot (28 m) tall spike with 100º angle. Top speed will be 52 mph (84 kph).


Hersheypark, Hershey, Pennsylvania, will


unveil the Candymonium megacoaster, its 15th coaster. From Bolliger & Mabillard, the megacoaster will feature a lift height of 210 feet (64 m), maximum speed of 76 mph (122 kph), and track length of 4,636 feet (1,230 m), making it the tallest, fastest, and longest coaster in Hersheypark. Busch Gardens, Williamsburg, Virginia,


will introduce Pantheon, a record-breaking multi-launch coaster. From Intamin, the 3,328 foot long ride will feature a total of four launches. Measuring 180 feet tall, this coaster, to be located in the park’s Festa Italia village and will reach a top speed of 72.5 mph, making it the fastest multi-launch coaster in North America. Thrill-seekers will experience a new level


of excitement when they visit Kings Island, Mason, Ohio, in 2020. Joining the world- class line-up of coasters at the park is Orion, one of only seven mega coasters in the world, a class of coasters having a height or drop of 300-399 feet (91-122 m). From Bolliger & Mabillard, Orion will plunge riders down an exhilarating 300- foot (91 m) drop before sending them on a high-speed journey over seven more hills at


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