The Importance Of Amusement Parks

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The fastest roller coaster in the world

The best thing about going to amusement parks is getting on all those rides. As you get older the allure of the merry go round fades and you start to want to go the grown up rides, the ones you have to be a certain height or age for. Americans are crazy about Roller coasters. Riding one is almost like a rite of passage, especially if you are a kid, trying to conquer some fear. There are coasters that are rather scary for being so fast they make your feel like your face will turn inside out, and then there are those that spin and hang you upside down before letting you plummet at speeds exceeding 100 mph. Those are the ones that make grown men cry. Getting on the fastest roller coaster in the world
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This makes it one of the amusement parks with the most roller coasters in the World. This theme park has more than one thrilling roller coaster, which has made it the one theme park every coaster thrill seeker should visit. The Superman Escape from Krypton Roller Coaster goes from 0 to 100 miles per hour in 7 seconds and rises up to a height of 415 feet. At that height and that speed and the backward facing trains, riders will feel like Superman free-falling through the sky. The ride lasts only 56 seconds but that could be the most terrifyingly fast 56 seconds of your life. It is might not be the fastest roller coaster in the world but it is the most impressive at Six Flags Magic Mountain Park.

#4. Dodonpa Roller Coaster

The Dodonpa Roller coaster is located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Yamanashi, Japan. It was the fastest roller coaster in the world between 2001 and 2003 but it still is the fastest coaster in all of Japan with a top speed of 107 mph that it reaches in 1.8 seconds. The 1189 meter track rises up to 171 feet and reaches speeds that are more than twice the speeds that can be gained through gravitational acceleration. For about 55 seconds, it feels like you are floating.

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