If you enjoy the feeling of having your feet dangling freely, but don’t care for the reduced visibility of overhead track on inverted rides, perhaps floorless coasters like Rougarou are the thing for you.
These models are exclusively produced by B&M and can be seen all over the world; though the ride stats vary from tall + long + fast (Kraken at SeaWorld Orlando) to shorter + slower (Hydra the Revenge at Dorney Park), one thing stays consistent — they’re all smooth as glass.
Custom floorless creations exist at three different Six Flags locations and four different Cedar Fair properties, including the recent conversion of Vortex (now Patriot) at California’s Great America. There’s even floorless coasters in Madrid, Hong Kong, and Copenhagen!
So what do you think? Are these multi-inversion coasters meant to be enjoyed by all, or do rides like Superman Krypton Coaster at Six Flags Fiesta Texas belong in the “extreme” category? Share your thoughts below!