The day was finally here, we were finally going to get our first rides on the record breaking 20th coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Armed with all of our cameras we headed to the park yesterday morning to be among the first to ride this epic coaster.
While the opening ceremony and our ride time weren't until much later in the day, we knew we had to get there early to get some rides on Wonder Woman! And the ride does not disappoint. In this update we'll share with you all of our pics and video of Wonder Woman and the (still in progress DC Universe) as well as some thoughts on the ride. Enjoy!
Written by Gregg Condon
Wonder Woman Flight of Courage Ride Review:
Like West Coast Racers before it, Wonder Woman Flight of Courage is simply a fun ride. It's not going to top anybody's coaster lists like Twisted Colossus or X2, but that's ok. I actually like that Magic Mountain has seemingly moved away from prototype rides and has instead moved towards having a collection of really fun attractions.
The odd thing for me is after about 6 or 7 rides on Wonder Woman, I was done for the day. Whereas with Railblazer, I rode about 30 times on that rides media day. This goes down to the ride riding VERY different than the first generation of RMC Single Rail coasters. This one definitely hits you in the stomach more, or at least it hit me in the stomach more.
The front end of the train is very "floaty" airtime, the back of the train will give you that sustained ejector airtime. It really is like two different ride experiences. And I do encourage you to ride in multiple locations on the train. There isn't a bad seat.
The loading of the ride is fantastic with the trains moving through the station in a continuous motion. When one train hits the mid-course brake, the next is being dispatched. If they can sustain this, throughput should be great for this attraction! Be warned, you cannot put your loose articles in the station due to this process. Lockers are a must. Something I personally wish they'd make mandatory on all of the parks attractions (and something I know makes people mad at me). =)
Overall, Wonder Woman Flight of Courage is a worthy addition to the coaster lineup at Six Flags Magic Mountain. There is a lot of expansion still be done in this area of the park, and we're personally hoping for a water attraction of some kind. I think the park has enough top gun stalls and zero-g rolls at this point.
We also headed back to the park on Opening Day, here are a few opening day thoughts and pics that we didn't get on Thursday.
That's a wrap for our Wonder Woman coverage. We most likely won't be back at the park until Fright Fest. We've got a busy 2 months coming up. Disneyland and Midsummer Scream the last weekend in July. A visit to Knott's sometime in early August and then our epic road trip in late August/early September.
We'll be hitting up Silver Dollar City, Cedar Point and Kings Island for our first ever visits to those parks. And then a day at Canada's Wonderland just before all the Halloween fun starts.
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