Two New England roller coasters named among Top 50 in the world
A pair of New England thrill rides found their way onto Complex's wide-ranging list of the 50 best roller coasters in the world. Coming in at No. 44 was the "Boulder Dash" at Lake Compounce, in Bristol, Conn., a wooden...
Zowie! Here’s what it’s like to ride Busch Gardens’ new roller coaster
Friday, Busch Gardens will open its ninth roller coaster, a triple-launch ride that runs backwards and forwards and turns upside down at 60 mph. Tigris is located next to Jungala, where the park’s tigers live.
How Dangerous Are Roller Coasters?
Firefighters had to rescue two dozen people at Six Flags America in Maryland this weekend after the Joker's Jinx
How Common Are Roller Coaster Deaths?
Last week, a community was left mourning the loss of a beloved Ohio educator after a special education teacher was struck and killed by a roller coaster at Cedar Point amusement park. James A. Young II had previously rode the Raptor, a roller coaster…
How Roller Coasters Work
They don't have engines, brakes or accelerators. No, these amazing machines rely on physical, centripetal and gravitational forces to urge thrills, screams and that sinking stomach feeling we all love (and hate). Read more about the science of fun.
‘Roller-coaster’ weather will make South Florida sweat before a big change
Forecasters say Monday’s high temperature will be in the mid- to upper 80s, and feel like it’s in the 90s. Cooler temperatures are on the way Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Roller Coaster Ride of the Tip Credit
Susan Eisenberg, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Labor & Employment department, wrote in the Daily Business Review about the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in the hospitality industry.
Roller coaster physics: How it works
The forces at work on a roller coaster By Kyle Bentle and Phil Geib - Tribune graphics Goliath, the newest addition to Six Flags Great America's stable of roller coasters, opens Thursday. The ride sets multiple records for wooden roller coasters, and physics at work get thrill-seekers' blood pumping....
Why Wooden Roller Coasters Are Better
Wood or steel roller coaster? For Tim Baldwin Communication Director with American Coaster Enthusiasts, the answer is clear.
Roller Coasters 2019: What to Ride
A look at a handful of the most exciting new twisty, windy thrills around North America.
How Safe Is that Roller Coaster You’re about to Get On?
How safe are amusement park rides and who is resposible if there is an accident?
Happy National Roller Coaster Day! Are these the 10 best roller coasters in Pa.?
In honor of National Roller Coaster Day, here are a few of the best roller coasters in our state!
How do Roller Coasters Work?
Air compressors are used to power many components of your favorite theme park thrill ride or roller coaster. Learn about the ways compressed air is used.
How to Smooth the Market Roller Coaster
Financial Advisor Liz Lockwood uses alternative investments to help her high-net-worth clients get decent returns without the stomach-churning drops in bad times.
10 of the CRAZIEST roller coasters in the world!
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The Top 10 Roller Coasters in the U.S.
We rated nearly 500 roller coasters in the U.S., combining fan votes, awards, and technical specifications like max height, max speed, track length, G-forces, vertical angles, and inversions.
10 top coasters for National Roller Coaster Day
A Roller Coaster Fan’s Guide to Central Florida
Seeking thrills in Central Florida? Orlando theme parks made a name for themselves as kid-friendly… at first. Now, all ages can get their scream on, as some of the most exciting new roller coasters…
A Survival Guide to the Emotional Roller-Coaster Ride of Entrepreneurship
Learn how to manage your emotions and keep a cool head as entrepreneur with the Foundr guide