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Just having fun on Psyclone with Ben at Canada's Wonderland in 2013.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psyclone_(Canada's_Wonderland
Psyclone at Canada's Wonderland in 2005.
Area Action: Zone
Opening date: May 5, 2002
Replaced: Pharaoh's Falls/Racing Rivers
Attraction Type: Frisbee
Height: 23 m (75 ft)
Capacity: 800 riders per hour
Vehicle type: Seats put in a circle facing outwards from a central pendulum.
Riders per vehicle 40
Duration 1 minute and 58 seconds
Height restriction: 4 ft 6 in (137 cm)
Fast Lane available
Psyclone is a 75-foot (23 m) ride at Canada's Wonderland. The Mondial ride was opened on May 5, 2002 to the public at the park.The 1 minute and 54 second ride features 40 seats facing outwards that rotate from a central pendulum as the ride reaches its maximum arc angle of 120 degrees. Even though the ride height is 75 feet (23 m), once the ride reaches the top of its swing, the height becomes 120 feet (37 m) high.
The riders experience depends on were they are seated on the ride. Before the ride begins, the floor under the riders feet descends lower (almost like going deeper in the ground) due to how the pendulum swings. If the floor did not move, serious injury on riders legs and body would occur. Because how the seats rotate, all riders face different angles of the ride. Depending on where the rider is seated, they may experience some air-time as the swing reaches it maximum angle. When the ride cycle ends, the pendulum returns to the 'loading position' and the floor rises to the riders feet allowing riders to exit and enter the ride.