Invertigo, a Vekoma inverted Boomerang coaster, will be leaving California's Great America for another Cedar Fair property, according to a release from the theme park.
The park writes that the decision to move the ride was so that a new "opportunity" can be opened up at the park. No further details on what may replace the ride were given, or what year the expansion could take place.
So now the big question is where will the ride move to? My gut would tell me a smaller park like Michigan's Adventure, but then I remember that Geauga Lake's Boomerang ended up at Carowinds. I guess I really can't call this one ahead of time with much ease.
Speculation has already started regarding if this is one of the first signs of Cedar Fair emptying the park before possibly selling it - perhaps as part of a deal to get away from the planned 49ers stadium. That's all rumor at this point, and I think a big part of determining if it is true is if a replacement for Invertigo is really built. If only my crystal ball wasn't covered in 14 inches of snow...