Texas' first inverted roller coaster, Great White, sends thrill-seekers head over heels while traveling on more than 2,500 feet of breathtaking loops, spirals and corkscrews. This two-minute roller coaster ride at SeaWorld San Antonio features a drop of 81-feet and five inversions, including a gravity-defying zero-G roll!
An interesting sidenote– 11 years after Great White opened, nearby Six Flags Fiesta Texas oddly enough erected an identical roller coaster with a mirrored layout. If you're riding Great White and it seems remarkably familiar, that's probably because you've also ridden – Goliath.
Related: See Great White Pictures
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Shorter, mirror clone of the "Batman The Ride" B&M inverted roller coasters found at many Six Flags Theme Parks.
Estimated cost: $10 million
Train has eight cars with one row each, seating four abreast per row.
Ride capacity: 1,400 passengers per hour
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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