The Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, has introduced a brand new ride that it claims will have 10 world records. The Valravn will evidently be “the world’s highest, speediest and longest dive coaster.” The coaster will be 223 ft (68 m) tall, reach speeds of about 75 mph (121 km/h) and extend to about 3,415 ft (1,041 m) long. The recreation area features a world-record 72 fun rides along with 17 roller coasters, 4 of which as tall as 200 feet.
The Valravn Steepest Dive Rollercoaster intends to be Cedar Point’s 18th rollercoaster and 5th 200-footer amongst its collection. After ascending an astounding 223-feet, the rollercoaster then plummets down a rigorous vertical fall of 214 feet that will catapult people up to speeds of approximately 75 mph. As soon as the ride is completed, it will features a 2nd near-vertical fall of a 270-degree roll, 125 feet, and a 165-foot Immelmann. To help make the drive a lot more extreme, individuals sit in a 24-passenger floorless coaster with layered seats which allow each rider peek at the close by landscapes as they drop, turn, and twist.
As soon as it debuts, the rollercoaster figures to acquire 10 new world records for the recreation area with honors including the highest dive coaster on the planet to the most ride track at 1 park, about 11.4 miles. The Cedar Point VR app allows enthusiasts to try out the roller coaster in a spectacular 360-degree digital virtual reality perspective, providing those enthusiastic about the ride a peek at what to anticipate.