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Extreme roller coasters

The Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio, launches thrill-seekers to speeds of 120 m.p.h. in less than four seconds. After climbing 420 feet into the air and spiraling 270 degrees toward the finish, the entire rides is over in just 17 seconds.

See what it’s like to ride the Top Thrill Dragster by watching the video above. Then check out the June 2010 issue of Boys’ Life for more of the newest, most extreme, record-breaking roller coasters around.

29 Comments on Extreme roller coasters

  1. Pixarboy1999 // June 3, 2011 at 1:48 pm // Reply

    It felt like you were riding on it!

  2. thats so cool

  3. Sciencedud // March 22, 2011 at 8:49 am // Reply

    I’m going on that coster

  4. whoa!

  5. im going this summer

  6. sweeeeet

  7. wow that is awsome

  8. go to worlds of fun in kansas city it has seven rollercoasters

  9. I want to go ther this summer.

  10. cool,awsome,wow

  11. There is no way anyone can drag me on there!

  12. Wow. You can’t pay me all the money in the entire Earth!

  13. holy cow! it may not be a long ride but it goes really fast and reslly high up

  14. My dad went on that roller coaster

  15. Wow! :O

  16. i heard that the ride sometimes doesn’t go compltely up the first hill!:O

  17. how was that filmed

  18. my dad rode it and couldnt stand up for like half an hour

  19. Happy scout // August 9, 2010 at 7:26 pm // Reply

    If I went on that … ohh i would be sick as a dog .But the ride looks fun

  20. the video was bad the camera was shaking too much

  21. That didn’t look that bad. Though if that video were playing at the omnitheater in the Science Museum of Minnesota, then it might be, WILL be, horrible.

  22. Collihondro // July 9, 2010 at 3:29 pm // Reply

    Were Is this place I would like to go after I come back from the Jamboree
    Collihondro

  23. THIS RIDE IS SO BORING!!!

  24. it may not look scary- but looks can be deciving…

  25. I realy want to ride.

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