Night Mares Thrill Ride at Canada's Wonderland On-Ride 2013 - KBDProductionsTV & BigBenStudios

Ken Domik

by Ken Domik

  • About
  • Export
  • Add to
Fast Lane Pass - http://youtu.be/y9NlDf2_f-0
Leviathan - 62 Rides in One Day - http://youtu.be/7O8Q6iSlrVY
Behemoth 100 Rides in One Day... FAIL! - http://youtu.be/aMiJrtNHElA
Leviathan Ate My iPhone 4 - http://youtu.be/snqMBzH7RyM

Just having fun on Night Mares at Canada's Wonderland in 2013.

Ken Domik

YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/KBDProductionsTV
Twitter - http://twitter.com/#!/@kendomik
FaceBook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/KBDProductionsTV/162219386763
Google+ - https://plus.google.com/113137194334536004205/posts
Instagram - http://instagram.com/kendomik
tumblr - http://kendomik.tumblr.com
Skype - kendomik

Music by Kevin MacLeod

I have a Creative Commons License with Kevin MacLeod
and have the rights to use the music in this video.
Creative Commons License for Kevin MacLeod, Link...
Song: Gearhead: ISRC: US-UAN-11-00221

Information from PCW Junkies

Location: Medieval Faire - Beside Wild Beast (North side of park)
Year: 1981
Designer (Manufacturer):Huss
Model: Enterprise round up
Previous Park Names: Wilde Knight Mares (1981-1997)
Ride's Height Restrictions: 54" (137cm) minimum

PCW Junkies Comments:
Four riders per cage standup and get vertical and experience centrifugal force as your back is pinned to the back of the cage. Night Mares puts a new spin on a classic round up type ride.

Information below is from...

The roller coaster is a popular amusement ride developed for amusement parks and modern theme parks. LaMarcus Adna Thompson patented the first coasters on January 20, 1885. In essence a specialized railroad system, a roller coaster consists of a track that rises in designed patterns, sometimes with one or more inversions (such as vertical loops) that turn the rider briefly upside down. The track does not necessarily have to be a complete circuit, as shuttle roller coasters exhibit. Most roller coasters have multiple cars in which passengers sit and are restrained. Two or more cars hooked together are called a train. Some roller coasters, notably Wild Mouse roller coasters, run with single cars.

Types of roller coasters:
This section needs additional citations for verification.
Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2009)
Today, there are two main types of roller coaster:
Steel roller coasters
Wooden roller coasters
Steel coasters are known for their smooth ride and often convoluted shapes that frequently turn riders upside-down via inversions. Wooden coasters are typically renowned by enthusiasts for their rougher ride and "air time" produced by negative G-forces when the train reaches the top of hills along the ride. There are also hybrid roller coasters that combine a steel structure with wood tracks, or a wood structure with steel tracks.
Modern roller coasters take on many different forms. Some designs take their cue from how the rider is positioned to experience the ride. Traditionally, riders sit facing forward in the coaster car, while newer coaster designs have ignored this tradition in the quest for building more exciting, unique ride experiences. Variations such as the stand-up roller coaster and the flying roller coaster position the rider in different ways to provide different experiences. Stand-up coasters involve cars that have the riders in a standing position (though still heavily strapped in). Flying coasters have the riders hanging below the track face-down with their chests and feet strapped in. Vekoma "Flying Dutchman" coasters have the riders starting out sitting above the track, then they fully recline so that the riders are looking at the sky. Eventually, they twist into the "flying" position. B&M flying coasters have the riders hanging below the track like in an inverted (hanging) coaster. To go into the flight position, the section of the car where the riders' feet are raised to the track. That way, they start in the flight position. In addition to changing rider viewpoint, some roller coaster designs also focus on track styles to make the ride fresh and different from other coasters.
See Roller coaster elements for the various parts of a roller coaster and the types of thrill elements that go into making each roller coaster unique.