Ride suspended from the overhead roller coaster track on Goliath at Six Flags Fiesta Texas. This high-tech, steel roller coaster takes flight from 105 feet to reach a top speed of 50 mph. Seated in ski-lift style trains, riders fly through five inverting elements on Goliath, including two vertical loops, a zero-gravity roll and two corkscrews.
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2008 – Relocated to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and renamed Goliath.
April 2007 – Six Flags begins dismantling Batman The Ride to relocate it to Six Flags Fiesta Texas.
August 2005 – Closed after Hurricane Katrina devastates Six Flags New Orleans.
April 12, 2003 – Opens at Six Flags New Orleans and renamed Batman The Ride.
2002 – Relocated from Thrill Valley, where it operated until May 6, 2002.
1995 – Opens at Thrill Valley (Gotemba, Japan) where it is named Gambit.
Fact: Goliath is a mirror image of the original Batman The Ride inverted roller coaster at Six Flags Great America.
Inversions: Vertical Loop, Zero-G Roll, Vertical Loop, Two Corkscrews
Train has seven cars with one row each, seating four abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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