is the thrill ride known as the Fabbri Evolution, and it's one I
feel a certain amount of respect to. With such a great array of
major thrill rides on the market today it's easy to forget there was
a time when thrill rides that rose above the level of today's family
thrill rides were rare. Even the notable thrill rides like the
enterprise and inverting pirate ship were forgettable by today's
standards. There was a ride though that brought modern white knuckle
thrills to the market, before the days of modern white knuckle
The ride set up feels relatively
modern. You sit in an outwards facing circle of seats. During the
ride they spin, and the whole set swings on a giant arm, and does a
complete loop. To add more spirit to proceedings the seats can also
tilt back and forth, leaving you facing at various angles, including
looking strait down at the rides highest point.
It doesn't quite achieve the same high speed and thrills as the more
modern thrill rides, but the experience of swung around, while being
tilted and span at various angles still provides good scary thrills.
This ride isn't quite the top dog anymore, but it still provides
some good thrills.