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Definitely agree. I’m 6′ and 215lbs and those seats can really catch you buy surprise when the ride makes an abrupt turn or slows down.
As a family, we visited Universal Orlando two weeks ago. I’m over 6 feet and rode the front of Rip Ride Rocket. The entire ride I found myself pushing as hard as I could with my feet as every bump, turn, loop, swoosh, etc. was crushing my boys! I got off the ride hunched over and told the attendant never again, that ride is a ball buster! I’ve never experienced it on any other ride in my 50-ish years 🤣
Hey did you know Universal Orlando Resort is home to many thrilling attractions that bring in millions of Guests.
Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure house attractions like Hollywood Rip Ride RockIt, The Incredible Hulk Coaster, Jurassic World VelociCoaster, Revenge of the Mummy, The Flight of the Hippogriff, Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike, and Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts, all of which can be experienced in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter?
Sorry about y’all’s junk, but as a chickadee, I feel a tad safer that I can’t slip on out like a noodle. It’s meant to keep your legs in a natural slightly spread position to align your body throughout all the strain rides put you through that could otherwise injure or misalign your hips/back/pelvis/etc. Maybe sometime should invent a memory foam groin guard for holiday! Universal could sell them – they can come in 3 sizes! Snitch, Bludger, and Quaffle protectors! (That’s a HP quidditch joke.)
100% agree rip ride rocket is not male friendly I have to brace my self pushing hard with my legs the entire ride to keep my nuts from getting crushed against that raised hump every stop and drop it shoves the boys right into it
Lol. No kidding!
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