While Rocky Mountain Construction has been hard at work installing (or converting) new rides here in the United States, two international parks have announced that they will be transforming their wooden coasters.
Along with Twisted Timbers, Kings Dominion has been giving the Candy Apple Grove section of the park a facelift. The park also announced that it will be renaming two of its rides: Richochet and Rebel Yell.
With every year comes a host of new coasters, and if 2017's lineup was lackluster, this year is determined to make up for it. Here are my top 15 most anticipated coasters for 2018.
Polish park EnergyLandia revealed their plans to build Hyperion, an impressive-looking mega coaster from Intamin.
Cedar Fair's first IBox coasters are quickly taking shape, with crews hard at work at both Cedar Point and Kings Dominion.
Wonder Woman at Six Flags Fiesta Texas and RailBlazer at California's Great America will open as the world's first single-rail coasters—meaning that they will run on one extra-wide beam of steel. As clones, the two coasters share a lot in common, but they each have minor differences that set them apart. Let's take a look at what makes the Raptor coaster so unique and then compare two models opening next year.