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Batman the Ride reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Batman the Ride, a roller coaster at Six Flags St. Louis. (The minimum height to ride is 54 inches.)

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Posted: August 19, 2009

A Bollinger & Mabillard inverted roller coaster.

Batman is a Flashpass attraction.

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10 votes, so far

My favorite ride! It is amazing in every way! It is extremely smooth, and I like how it does not have any type of break run. It just keeps going! It really could use a paint job though. - Zach J

My favorite coaster at SFSL. It's not as good as Raptor or Afterburn, but it's still a great inverted coaster. Great theming. - Roger S

Batman the clone ride. I did like that this model is a mirror rather than an exact clone, simply because I think curving right with the drop feels more natural. It is smooth like all B&Ms, but not the smoothest I have ridden. A few of the elements whipped you in a way that felt like you were getting tossed around rather than flying. (8/10) - Lexi R

I like the BTR models, but on a scary note, my moms harness opened up atop the lift. So while a good ride, this one in particular scares me haha. Dont let that stop you from riding however as that was a freak thing. The park employees didnt seem to care tho. - Joey Till

I like inverted coasters, and Batman is a staple whenever I visit a Six Flags park. I'm not sure how many copies there are of this ride around the country, but they never fail to please. Every one I've been on is excellent. - Tim Hillman

A typical B&M inverted coaster: smooth, fast, and fun. Batman is the second best coaster in the park (behind Evel Knievel). - James Rao

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