Published: January 26, 2010 at 1:21 PMI'm obviously biased, but this ride is great and I definitely think it deserves to go far. It was refreshing when CP added something that wasn't a record breaker or a one-trick pony, and I'd definitely rank this as my number 2 coaster [second to my beloved Magnum -- I'm a sucker for a classic out & back full of airtime]. Here's to hoping Maverick has a good showing!
Published: January 26, 2010 at 2:44 PMYa Maverick should go far. Like it was already said, when your standing in line looking at the trains going around the track, they dont look they they are moving very fast and acutally kind of looks boring. But once you get on the ride its a totally different story. It feels twice as fast when your on it, its really hard to explain actully, you just gotta ride it for yourself. Its a crazy awesome ride! And I agree, the very last seat is the best ride of the train!
Published: January 26, 2010 at 4:53 PMWorst. Restraints. Ever.
Published: January 26, 2010 at 6:56 PMVery nice to look at and great for the space it was made for BUT rode it once and only once! Bruises and pain -- and I am not a weenie. Have been too chicken to try again -- has it gotten any better?
Published: January 26, 2010 at 8:24 PMProps for good coaster taste, Joshua.
For those who have walked away from this ride in pain, I recommend leaving your legs some breathing room between the restraints and holding on to the handgrips/whatever you want to call them. It's a fast, wild ride and holding on will make things much more enjoyable. Also try moving with the track to avoid any headbanging.
Published: January 27, 2010 at 2:54 PMIt was mentioned above that the heart-line roll was replaced by a straight away. In fact it is replaced by a slightly banked s-curve that is one of the most intense/awesome parts of the ride. It is the best ride at Cedar Point and should make it to the end. Nothing is like it, nothing.
Published: January 30, 2010 at 9:36 AMDefinitely a fun ride, but I agree, it's very rough. I think it has gotten worse as the years begin to roll by. The first year was the best. Now, it's painful. I've tried leaving some breathing room with the restaints and I always hold on. Either way, the restraint gets tighter and crushes my thighs. Rough on the shoulders too.