Carolina Cyclone reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Carolina Cyclone, a roller coaster at Carowinds. (The minimum height to ride is 48 inches.)
Cyclone debuted in March 1980 as the first coaster in the world to flip riders upside down four times. The ride features two vertical loops, two corkscrews, and a helix to finish off the ride. Still a popular ride after 25 years, the Cyclone has proven to be a joy to countless riders.
We rode it once, and that was enough. The loops are too tight and the corkscrews are a little on the rough side. It just wasn't all that much fun. - Roger S
The loops were suprisingly smooth but the corkscrews were intense. I hate corkscrews on Arrow coasters. That's too bad, because that was their trademark thing, and all arrow loopers I know of have those dang double corkscrews. - Bradley Keith
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