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Take a Front-Seat Virtual Ride on RailBlazer

Danny Messinger

As area manager of digital marketing, I get to tell the incredible stories of our park to the world—and take our biggest fans Between the Lines. I’ve been an incurable amusement park fanatic since I was a kid and have worked at two other parks (shout-out to Cedar Point and Valleyfair!). Now, I can’t wait to share my passion with our readers! Find me @DannyMessinger on Twitter.

When RailBlazer opened in 2018, it brought a completely new style of roller coaster to the Bay Area. As the West Coast’s first single-rail coaster, RailBlazer has had rave reviews from guests since day one. Its unique design means that instead of riding over a wide track with two rails, it instead glides over a single, thin steel beam. Riders sit low on the track, straddling the rail—which allows for ultra-intense drops and more dynamic twists and turns than ever before.

Check out the video below to take a virtual ride on RailBlazer. Go off-road on this ATV-inspired adventure with a 100-foot, completely vertical first drop; tunnels, caves and canyons; and three heart-pounding inversions. As one of the most thrilling rides at California’s Great America, RailBlazer can even deliver an exciting ride to your phone, tablet or TV!

Buckle up, remain seated and hold on tight. Let’s ride!

 

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Danny Messinger

As area manager of digital marketing, I get to tell the incredible stories of our park to the world—and take our biggest fans Between the Lines. I’ve been an incurable amusement park fanatic since I was a kid and have worked at two other parks (shout-out to Cedar Point and Valleyfair!). Now, I can’t wait to share my passion with our readers! Find me @DannyMessinger on Twitter.

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