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The coaster, which was transformed from its wooden coaster origins into a steel hybrid, has been testing regularly at the park. That means that lucky park visitors have been able to see the ride in action, and even film the trains as they make their runs. Granted most of the ride is obscured by trees, but there's still plenty of action:
The first thing I noticed (aside from how loud it is) was the incredible speed that the trains have! Once they are off the first lift it looks like this one won't be letting up at all. I expected the final heartline inversion to be taken at a pretty leisurely pace, but that's not at all how things turned out.
Between Medusa Steel Coaster's June 14th opening, and Six Flags Great America's Goliath just after, it's going to be an exciting time for both Rocky Mountain Construction and coaster fans.