Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

Nestled in an area that was once a dead end before a path that linked the two sides of the park was added is the Raging Wolf Bobs.   Basically for Geauga Lake's 100th anniversary they decided to contact the coaster team of Summers and Dinn to build them a recreation of the classic Bobs that existed at Riverview Park in Chicago.  Well in general the layout is the same but basically they widened some of the turns and turned a design that was one of the most intense coasters in the world into a very lame remake.  If I had my way I would have it torn down and rebuilt using the Riverview Bobs plans.

Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

Between the Ferris Wheel and the Serial Thriller way back there is both the Villain and the Double Loop coasters.

Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

Batman Knight Flight is a very fun floorless coaster from B&M.  It's built over the wetlands and is a pretty fun ride.

Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

One of my favorite elements is the finale of Batman.   There's a nice double corkscrew that is split with a very tight turn before an ending helix.  Watch while you're in line or on the ride and you might see a river otter or beaver swimming beneath you.


Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

When we were there the big paddlewheel boats that are to transport you across the lake between the "Wild Ride" and "Wild Life" section were not completed so SFWOA had several nice pontoon boats in operation.  Here's Matthew Sullivan and Greg Galley lounging with Serial Thriller in the background.



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