As super fans of Disney, we know that Magic Kingdom is currently adding the TRON Lightcycle Power Run roller coaster to Tomorrowland. And if you follow us here at Inside the Magic we have kept you updated on the exciting construction process of this high tech coaster every step of the way.
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One of our reporters spotted new signage placed directly outside of the TRON construction site asking Guests not to take video or photos of the site.
We know that Disney means for Guests not to take photos of the ground construction that is happening behind the construction walls. It would be impossible to ask park guests not to photograph the enormous roller coaster and show building that you can easily see from multiple places in the park.
And why would you want to spoil all the fun? It is so important to follow the rules at Disney and enjoy watching the magic happen!
We love all of the energy that surrounds this attraction, and cannot wait for its completion. With that being said, we have some new photos of the TRON coaster to share with you from what we could see inside Magic Kingdom.
Here is a photo of the first drop that happens in the ride right after you shoot out of the first launch and head to the outdoor portion of the attraction that will be covered in a beautifully lighted canopy.
We love seeing the track and the intricate set pieces being layered together as this attraction is coming closer and closer to completion.
Disney describes the TRON attraction as :
the TRON Lightcycle Power Run attraction at Shanghai Disneyland is a coaster-style attraction where riders board a train of two-wheeled Lightcycles. It offers access into the energy, lights and excitement of TRON’s high-tech universe and is one of the most thrilling adventures at any Disney park.
TRON is not the only new roller coaster in town. Universal is building its latest thrill ride themed to the Jurassic World franchise called, The VelociCoaster. The VelociCoaster is closer to being finished than the TRON coaster, and testing on the ride has already started! You can see video of the trains running on VelociCoaster here!
Are you excited for TRON Lightcycle Power Run to be finished? Let us know in the comments!