The adventure on Batwing begins as passengers board the sleek, 24-seat train sitting four abreast and facing... backwards. The suspense builds as guests, secured by unique over-the-shoulder and knee harnesses, ascend to the top of an incredible 115-foot hill. Upon approaching the crest of the hill, passengers are gently reclined to a 30-degree angle only to find themselves suddenly facing the sky. At the pinnacle of this suspenseful ascent the train quickly inverts into a 180-degree twist - turning average theme park thrill-seekers into high-flying heroes. Gravity pulls riders snugly against the safety harnesses as the sky disappears and they find themselves flying facedown, soaring first toward the ground and then into the sky.
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|2001||Steel||Flying Dutchman||Vekoma International|
|Drop: 110 feet||G-force: 4.3 G's|
|Height: 115 feet||Inversions: 5|
|Length: 3,340 feet||Trains: 3 - 24 passenger|
|Ride Time: 2 minutes||Top Speed: 50 mph|
|Train Mfg: Vekoma|
Train has six cars with one row each, seating four abreast per row.
Ride capacity: 1,430 passengers per hour
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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