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wombat96

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While I prefer marathoning AC, the easiest coaster to marathon is definitely Griffon. Not a lot of positive forces and with the lengthy lift segment there’s a lot of time to readjust. Also, the seating gives significant variation as you move from left to right and front to back on the train.
 

ControlsEE

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I would say Grovers! (lol) Griffon, AC, Invadr, Tempesto, VB, LNM, Alpie.
 

Brambo

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While I prefer marathoning AC, the easiest coaster to marathon is definitely Griffon. Not a lot of positive forces and with the lengthy lift segment there’s a lot of time to readjust. Also, the seating gives significant variation as you move from left to right and front to back on the train.
Yeah I can definitely agree with this. Griffon is certainly fun especially when you get on the outside seats, but it's a bit short. It is still just as smooth as it was opening year seemingly, but then again I only just started coming back frequently as of 2018.
 

IRideCoasters

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Griffon by a country mile and its not even close. Great capacity and manageable forces plus its flat out fun to ride
 

Jonesta6

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Maybe not for that purpose, but I was thinking more as an overall experience - could I reride it constantly without having headaches, etc assuming there somehow wasn't a line.

I could for AC, maybe Griffon, 2021 probably, InVadr, maybe VB... Probably not for Nessie or Alpie.
 

Mushroom

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@Luke and I once spent an entire night riding around and around on Apollo without ever getting off the ride. It was a nearly empty train—just us and some poor random couple who we were totally third and fourth wheeling. Still goes down as one of my all time favorite memories at BGW: the moon looming overhead, the ominous darkness shrouding the track ahead, the misty air, the warmth emanating from the Rhine, the increasing insanity of “holy shit we’re doing this AGAIN.” Apollo for sure.
 
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