Set amid a French village, Griffon carries riders up 205 feet, then hurtles them 90 degrees straight down at 70 mph. And that's just the beginning. Griffon evokes the power and speed of a mythical bird that is part eagle and part lion. It plunges, twists and turns - giving riders an adrenaline-pumping adventure that's unlike any coaster experience in the world.
Griffon will be the tallest dive coaster in the world; the first floorless dive coaster, and the first to incorporate two Immelmann loops, a second 130-foot dive and one water splash down feature. Griffon offers over-the-edge excitement on more than half a mile of steel track and will become the centerpiece of Busch Gardens' Europe's French section.
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|2007||Steel||Dive Coaster, Multielement||Bolliger & Mabillard|
|Angle Of Descent: 90 degrees||Drop: 205 feet|
|G-force: 4 G's||Height: 205 feet|
|Inversions: 2||Length: 3,108 feet|
|Trains: 6 - 30 passenger||Ride Time: 3 minutes|
|Top Speed: 71 mph|
Train has three cars with one row each, seating ten abreast per row.
Ride capacity: 1,400 passengers per hour
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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