Notable for being the 100th roller coaster designed and built by Swiss coaster designers Bolliger & Mabillard. Valravn broke records when it opened and was the tallest, fastest, and longest Dive Coaster in the world, plus it had the largest drop and most inversions for this kind of roller coaster. It also unfortunately was the first B&M Dive Coaster to use over-the-shoulder vest restraints, which significantly reduced the free-falling sensation on the diving drops.
Cedar Point's Valravn roller coaster rises to a height of 223-feet and begins with a 214-foot drop at a very steep 90-degree angle. The 3-car, 24-passenger trains reach a screaming fast 75 miles per hour as they navigate 3,415 feet of track that includes 3 inversions and a second 131-foot dive drop.
|2016||Steel||Dive Coaster, Multielement||Bolliger & Mabillard|
Inversions: 165-foot Immelmann, Dive Loop, 270-degree Zero-G Roll
Opening date: May 7, 2016
Train has three cars with one row each, seating eight abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 52 inches tall
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