Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster
Specific Type: Raptor Track
Six Flags Fiesta Texas opened a first of its kind rollercoaster in the spring of 2018. Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster is a new twist on RMC’s Iron Horse track. This ground up steel coaster will only have a single rail. They have joined the two sides of the Iron Horse profile to create a single shape beam. This golden ribbon will be the path forward for a new technology RMC calls Raptor track. Six Flags Fiesta Texas has given this prototype coaster a scenic spot next to the quarry wall with most of the layout over water. This ride will also have a different seating arrangement than most are used to. Each car will hold only a single rider, so you will have to brave this journey on your own. Guest will begin by entering the Themyscira themed queue that has lush tropical foliage, Steve Trevor’s crashed plane, and a storyline for guest to know about the woman behind the lasso.
Once the guests are loaded into their cars the train is dispatched directly onto the 113 foot tall lift hill. At the top the train takes a slight dip to gain momentum and banks to the right to turn around. The train does a quick hop up to get riders out of their seats, and then dives down the 90 degree vertical drop reaching speeds of 52 MPH. The ride immediately climbs into the first element a dive loop, that sends the train down past the station and then up into an airtime hill that ducks under the lift hill. The track twists down to the right then up to the left where it levels of with a flat turn back around to the right. The compact track twisting around itself making it difficult to know where you are heading next. The coaster dives again regaining its speed, then rising into the second inversion a cutback. The pace quickens as the track turns and then rips through a corkscrew. The train finally negotiates an over banked turn and is flung onto the brake run. Were you impressed by this feat of strength? Do you have what it takes to wield the golden lasso? Find out at Six Flags Fiesta Texas.
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