Rocky Mountain Construction (RMC) used Cedar Point's former Mean Streak wooden coaster to create an all-new roller coaster ride– Steel Vengeance. Reusing a significant portion of the existing support structure, RMC utilized their patented i-Box track system to convert this woodie into a steel coaster.
Cedar Point marketed the ride as the world's first hybrid hypercoaster, though we disagree with the use of the term "hypercoaster" since Steel Vengeance has four inversions.
This new ride can be best characterized as wild and extreme with forceful, ejector-style airtime that is loved by some and hated by others. Standing more than 200-feet tall, the track spans more than a mile in length and includes four inversions, an outward banked hill, and overbanked turns. Steel Vengence has an incredible amount of negative-G forces, 27.2 seconds in total, throughout the two and half minute ride.
|2018||Steel||Multielement Hybrid Twister||Rocky Mountain Construction|
Features: Outward banked air-time hill, Overbanked curve
Inversions: 3 Zero-G Roll, Zero-G Stall
Opening date: May 5, 2018
Train has six cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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