cedar point roller coasters weight restrictionsCedar Point: wanna be able to ride mf ttd and raptor i hope please give me some input.
From Derek Stewartive been reading some post and i have read the cedar point guidelines as well. Im 5'8 276 waist line is a 40" chest measures 52" as well. I have some weight in my mid section but im pretty well portion for the most part. IM a ex football player so have a big build. I was wondering if any recent cedar point riders could tell me if i can ride mf maverick and ttd also raptor and mantas. Im coming from louisiana so id like to be able to ride all of them if possiable.
Posted September 23, 2010 at 7:59 PM
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From Tyler RizzoIt will be a TIIIIIIGGGGGHT squeeze if you make it. I am roughly the same measurements, but 6-1 260 and I was at the limit of the belt on MF and TTD. Don't remember a problem with Mav, but def remember needing the attendant to buckle me in on the other Intamin thrill machines.
Posted September 23, 2010 at 9:11 PM
From Derek PotterYou could have issues with Millennium Force and Dragster. Millennium Force's seatbelts are short, and a lot of big people have trouble with them Again, it's all about proportion. They have the test seats at the queue entrance so you can test before you get in line. You should be ok with everything else though.
Posted September 24, 2010 at 5:45 AM
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