A record-setting floorless dive coaster coming this summer to Ohio’s Cedar Point amusement park will plummet down a pair of 90-degree drops before navigating a series of loops inspired by fighter jet maneuvers.
Set to debut on May 7, the 3,400-foot-long Valravn roller coaster built by Swiss-based Bolliger & Mabillard will back up to the Cedar Point marina along a spit of land stretching into Lake Erie. Located next to the 1964 Blue Streak, the park’s oldest coaster, Valravn replaces the Good Time theater and Autopia-like Turnpike Cars and forces the relocation of the Dodgem bumper cars and Scrambler-like Calypso ride. Valravn will zip back and forth across a midway that cuts underneath the new coaster. Full Story: Los Angeles Times