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CoasteRider X-Press

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CoasteRider X-Press © 199? Cybermind.

Featuring SIX Ultra-Exciting Roller-Coasters from the World Famous CEDAR POINT in Sandusky, Ohio, USA. That's right, SIX of the most awesome, adrenaline-producing coasters that can be found anywhere, all at your fingertips! Yes, you can choose your ride.
1) Mantis: Cedar Point reaffirmed its status as the thrill ride capital of the world in 1996 with the $12 million Mantis, a roller coaster that debuted at the Sandusky, Ohio, amusement park/resort as the tallest, fastest and steepest of its kind. Since it opened, Mantis has given more than 5 million rides. Located in the center of the park near the Millennium Force? ,Mantis challenges riders with its imposing and twisted track built partially above a lagoon. Passengers board high-tech prototype trains that send riders reeling through six awesome elements, including four upside-down inversions -- all while standing up!
- Stand-Up Steel Design 1996
- Vertical Height: 145 ft.
- Vertical Drop: 137 ft.
- Angle of Descent: 52 degrees
- Vertical Loop Height: 119 ft.
- Track Length: 3,900 ft.
- Speed: 60 m.p.h.
- Duration: 2 min. 42 sec.

2) Magnum: Talk about a coaster legend! The monstrous Magnum XL-200 set the standard for thrill-seeking adventurers and roller coaster enthusiasts worldwide when it debuted a decade ago. The Magnum has given more than 20.4 million rides since 1989. Rated the "Best Steel Roller Coaster in the World," this towering steel superstructure has one of the tallest hills (205 feet) and fastest rides (72 mph) anywhere on the planet! The mighty Magnum was the first roller coaster on Earth to break the 200-foot barrier, introducing the world to an incredible new level of thrill-riding and jump-starting the renaissance of the steel coaster.
- Tubular Steel Design 1989
- Vertical Height: 205 ft.
- Vertical Drop: 195 ft.
- Angle of Descent: 60 degrees
- Track Length: 5,106 ft.
- Speed: 72 m.p.h.
- Duration: 3 min. 07 sec.

3) Blue Streak: The classic clickety-clack up the Blue Streak's first hill is what makes this wooden ride a coaster lover's paradise. With an out-and-back design, the Blue Streak has lived up to its tradition of combining exciting dips and negative G-forces for more than 47.8 million riders since 1964. The Blue Streak is the oldest existing coaster at Cedar Point.
- Traditional Wood Design 1964
- Vertical Height:78 ft.
- Vertical Drop:72 ft.
- Angle of Descent:45 degrees
- Track Length:2,558 ft.
- Speed:40 m.p.h.
- Duration:2 min. 17 sec.

4) Gemini: For two decades, the Gemini has been the most popular ride at Cedar Point. Riders compete for a first-place finish as red and blue trains race each other around a wooden figure-eight configuration.
- Wood Frame/Steel Rail Design 1978
- Vertical Height: 125 ft.
- Vertical Drop: 118 ft.
- Angle of Descent: 55 degrees
- Track Length: 3,953 ft.
- Speed: 60 m.p.h.
- Duration: 2 min. 55 sec.

5) Iron Dragon: Misty lagoons, towering treetops and a dizzying pretzel-knot finale provide the excitement on the swaying and banking Iron Dragon roller coaster. Riders experience the sensation of flight while seated in cars suspended under its red track, swinging from side to side with the forces of gravity. The Iron Dragon has been challenged by more than 22.3 million riders since its 1987 debut.
- Suspended Steel Design 1987
- Individual Swinging Cars
- Lift Height #1: 76 ft.
- Lift Height #2: 62 ft.
- Track Length: 2,800 ft.
- Speed: 40 m.p.h.
- Duration: 2 min. 47 sec.

6) Mean Streak: Built from 1.7 million board feet of treated Southern yellow pine, the Mean Streak is a virtual forest of high-banked turns, steep hills and squealing steel rails. Debuting at Cedar Point in 1991, Mean Streak is one of the tallest, fastest and steepest wooden roller coasters in the world. More than 11 million riders have experienced the giant wooden thriller since it opened. As Cedar Point's 10th scream machine, the Mean Streak enabled the park to break its own record in the 1992 edition of the Guinness Book of Records for having more coasters than anywhere on Earth.
- Treated Wood Design 1991
- Vertical Height: 161 ft.
- Vertical Drop: 155 ft.
- Angle of Descent: 52 degrees
- Track Length: 5,427 ft.
- Speed: 66 m.p.h.
- Duration: 3 min. 25 sec.


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