Interview with Cedar Points Tony Clark

The last days of our East Coaster Tour were spend in Cedar Point, coaster Walhalla. I had an amazing time at the Point, staying at the historic Breakers hotel and riding all the eighteen coasters Cedar Point has to offer. I got to ride Steel Vengeance, the newest addition to the park and was blown […]

Coaster World – Steel Vengeance: the ultimate revenge

When Cedar Point announced Steel Vengeance, the RMC conversion of Mean Streak, every coaster enthusiast around the world was super hyped about it. Of course Cedar Point is all about breaking records and Steel Vengeance was said to break some records, but it was also claimed that it would have more airtime than any other […]

This was 2017

It’s the last day of 2017 which is a good moment to look back at the past year. What meant 2017 for me as a theme park enthusiast?! Which parks and roller coasters excited us? Which disappointed us? Which new parks did we explore? Let’s look back at what 2017 brought us. 2017 is of […]

Jackpot for Walibi Belgium

Today Walibi Belgium announced their master plan for the future years. We already knew they were going to do that today, we didn’t expect anything special. Maybe a new family roller coaster as a replacement for the Coccinelle kiddy roller coaster or maybe something else on that place. Walibi kept mysterious about what they had […]

Coaster World: Heidi the ride

In the series of Coaster World, we’ll review a specific roller coaster. For the first article in this series, we’ll start with a brand new roller coaster: Heidi the ride from Plopsaland De Panne.  The 2nd of April 2017 is a date for the Belgian roller coaster history books. Why is that? Because on that date […]

Smoke signals from Phantasialand

It is less than a year ago that Phantasialand gave us a Klugheim, a brand new theme zone containing two new roller coasters. Taron became the new crowd puller of the German theme park and is named one of the best roller coasters on the European continent. But Phantasialand wouldn’t be Phantasialand if they just did nothing. We already knew they had plans for the area were once the simulator Race for Atlantis was located. The simulator was broken down and now the park reopened again, it placed some very interesting signs near the construction site. Enough for the fans to start the rumors!

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