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MaxAir reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for MaxAir, a swing ride at Cedar Point. (The minimum height to ride is 52 inches.)

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A Huss Giant Frisbee. Maxair sends riders swinging 140 feet in the air at 70 mph while also spinning 12 times per minute. It's an airtime machine.

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28 votes, so far

I wanted to ride this but I chickened out :( - Raymond Ass

Rode 8/29/2012 - I have to admit I was a little nervous to go on this, I am usually a coaster only person, no flat rides. But a friend of mine really wanted to go. And. It. Was. Fun. Actually feel a lot of Gs on this. And the spinning just added a lot of variation on this, rather then just going back and forth. Oh yea, you are up in the air a long way too!!! Line moves fast, it is worth checking out. - Jeff K

this ride is very neat even though the line looks long still get in it lets say their is 400 people in line that means you just have to wait 8 rides because the ride holds 50 people great space fun ride ! - ed shaheen

This is hands down the best thrill ride at Cedar Point it is totally awesome. The spinning adds to the thrill and I mean just think about spinning 140 feet in the air. Amazing and I would ride it over and over again. A good tip would be that if the ride seems really long get in line anyways because it seats 50 people so the line moves really fast. A must ride when visiting Cedar Point. 10/10 - Shayne Nissen

I will be the first to say I didn't like it. I enjoyed Skyhawk but I found the spinning unnecessary and nauseating. The airtime was fine but the line was so hot and long I almost passed. Didn't help that some spit on me. 7/10 - Edward Morgan

This ride is a BLAST! No matter how many times you ride it, it never loses its thrill! - Roger S

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