The coaster’s 4,164-ft track is now complete, and the last two trains are expected to arrive in March and April. The winged roller coaster — which suspends riders from the car — will reach heights of 170 feet high and speeds of 67 miles per hour during rides. It’s slated to break seven winged rollercoaster records — such as tallest drop, longest track, most inversions, and tallest inversion.
The coaster is expected to be operational when Cedar Point opens May 11.
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