Photo of the Day: Tatsu at Six Flags Magic Mountain
When you build a ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain, there’s an expectation that it has to be bigger and badder than the rest. Tatsu is definitely one of those coasters.
Built on the top of the large hill that defines the park, Tatsu is easily the most intense flying coaster built by Bolliger and Mabillard. I dare you to find a better lift on a ride – as you climb, the terrain falls below you, giving the illusion of rising much faster than you actually are!
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This entry was posted on May 27, 2013 by Great American Thrills. It was filed under Photo of the Day, Theme Parks and was tagged with B&M, California, coaster, flying coaster, flying roller coaster, gat, great american thrills, kris rowberry, kristopher rowberry, magic mountain, photography, roller coaster, samurai summit, six flags, six flags magic mountain, skytower, socal, tatsu, the next huell howser, the xtreme park, thrill ride, travel photography, valencia, xtreme park.
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