has all the standard things you expect from a park. Mascots, rides for kids and some roller coasters. Which is why the Sky Tower stands out even more in the park. Visitors are hung above the ride briefly then dropped, traveling at a speed of 55 mph (89 kph rounding up). Each person does get some basic safety gear and gets caught by a massive net which buckles to absorb the impact.
Since health problems related to the shock of thrill rides are common
those with heart problems or other ailments are not allowed on this attraction. Anyone who passes the health checks and completes the ride gets a pin stating "I DID IT" for conquering the ride.
Today many European parks are pushing the envelope with what their rides can do. For example the Colossus
has 10 inversions at a high-speed. Blackpool's Pleasure Beach
is also known as one of the largest and fastest coasters which rolls forwards and backwards.
With our new technology amusement parks all over the world are pushing the limits as well. As in the case of the El Loco
which hangs you upside down for an extended period or the Goliath
which is tallest and one of the fastest rides in the world.