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March 7, 2005

Cliff's Amusement Park Announces Three New Rides

Article written by:
Eric Gieszl, Editor

Cliff Hanger
Cliff's Amusement Park announced three new rides for 2005 including the Cliff Hanger freefall ride above.

Musik Express
Musik Express

Falling Star
Fallling Star

Albuquerque, NM -- Cliff's Amusement Park announced an impressive expansion for the 2005 season that includes three new rides. The new thrill rides announced are Cliff Hanger, a vertical drop ride, and two spinning flat rides, Musik Express and Falling Star.

Standing 132-feet, the Cliff Hanger freefall ride will loom over the entire park. Twelve passengers will board a vehicle that will ascend the 13-story tower giving guests an outstanding view for only moments before a thrilling descent.

With little warning, passengers will be sent into a completely uncontrolled, eight story freefall where they will feel the sensation of floating caused by the negative G-forces. Cliff Hanger will use magnetic brakes to safely and smoothly slow the ride's passenger vehicle to a stop.

For those afraid of heights the new Musik Express ride may be more to their liking. This high-capacity, high-speed spinning ride moves in a fluid up and down circular motion. The Musik Express is more than just a ride. It's also a attention grabber with an awesome sound system and thousands of eye-catching computer controlled lights.

The third new ride is a sure to be another crowd favorite. The Falling Star is a giant circular swinging ride that sends riders up to a height of 65-feet. During the ride passengers will experience both positive and negative G-forces to increase the excitement.

Cliff's Amusement Park opens for the 2005 season on April 2. For more information, visit cliffs.net.

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