Monday, September 18, 2006

New Dive Coaster Opening At Busch Gardens Europe


Busch Gardens Europe has started construction on their fifth coaster, Griffon. Griffon, opening in Spring of 2007, will be the world's largest Dive Coaster. Dive coasters are coasters that start with a standard lift hill followed by a brief pause at the top of the hill, only to be followed by a 90 degree drop and an arsenal of other elements. Griffon will feature over 3,100 feet of track and will boast speeds reaching 71 mph. The unique trains on the coasters will be made up of three rows with ten seats per row. Busch Gardens Europe is known for their beautiful landscaping, detailed European theming, and world renowned coasters.

5 comments:

guesswhat said...

that is not reel picz of t3h koaster its cgi. u need 2go2 butch gardenz and find t3h koaster so u kan get r33l picz...

Anonymous said...

did u rite this artickle. i think= plagarised. stop it now.

boulder_Dash said...

As a response to the previous two posts: The reason for the concept drawing of the coaster is because the coaster is still under construction. All posts here are written by the staff of Roller Coaster Source. Although we do collect information from several other websites, all articles are original content

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