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Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort

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  1. The information describing the writer (height and weight) gives me the idea that this person is not obese. So the designers can’t say that it’s a bunch of obese people complaining about not being able to get on the ride. That’s unfortunate after waiting 6 years for this thing it’s awkward to ride. They should cushion the seats they have. Regular seats on the back will make tron like other coasters.

    1. Dave

      The problem is if they enlarge the seats to fit large (very tall or heavy set) people, smaller people will bounce around like tag dolls in them

  2. Kris

    Provost shot a video that shows where the issue is. A metal bar goes over your leg. If you don’t push you leg all the way back, it will get blocked from closing. Lots of larger guests were riding with no problem once they did that.

  3. lorraine

    The man in the article was NOT obese , maybe the seats need to be made to accomodate tall people also, heavier set people and make them a little more comfortable with a little padding and not hard plastic as the person said. ………virtual ques are a pain, I just wont ride any ride with that being the way of MAYBE getting on……

  4. C

    It interesting that the people who have been able to ride are people who were invited and likewise go to the park many times over. They have had the seats out on display for years for people to see and sit on. Feels like an issue too late kindof deal no matter the rider size.

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