The black belt of roller coasters delivers legendary loops!
A Ninja is not just strong, precise, and a master of technique, but a Ninja is also a master of stealth. He sneaks up on you, delivers his punches and kicks and is gone before you even look up. Slicing through the air at 52 miles per hour over 2,742 feet of track, you’re about to learn the way of the black belt!
Riding Ninja is like an education in the art of looping. You’ll take on a double “butterfly” loop, during which you’ll twist once on the way up, and once on the way back down the inversion—twice. And how many trained assassins do you know who could, in one maneuver, fly through a half corkscrew and a half loop, then back out at a nearly vertical angle? There’s only one martial artist that comes to mind. At Ninja school they called that trick a “reverse sidewinder” loop.
Including a sanity-warping double corkscrew, upward spirals, and corkscrew dives, there are a total of five inversions. Ninja employs its famous stealth as it takes the low banking hairpin curves so close to the ground you’d swear you never saw a roller coaster race by… unless of course, you were riding it.
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