Seated in trains suspended from an overhead steel track, thrill-seekers fly on the Thunderhawk roller coaster through five inverting elements at speeds reaching 50 mph. This 2,260-foot long suspended looping roller coaster stands 105-feet tall and lasts just over two minutes.
2008 – Reopens at Michigan's Adventure after being relocated.
September 16, 2007 – Final day of operation at Geauga Lake.
May 2004 – Renamed Thunderhawk after Six Flags sells Geauga Lake to Cedar Fair.
1998 – Opened at Geauga Lake and named Serial Thriller.
Vekoma's 689 meter SLC model
Inversions: Roll Over, Sidewinder, Double In-Line Twist
Train has ten cars with one row each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 52 inches tall
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