The United States has some of the most breathtaking roller coasters in the world but it appears that there aren't any new ones this 2017. There are a few that are gonna make their debut this year, but they're not the ones that will break records.
This doesn't mean, however, that these ones won't give you a thrill of a lifetime because they would and here's a few of the roller coasters of 2017 people should watch out for.
Mystic Timbers at Kings Island (Mason, Ohio)
It may not be as fast as The Beast, which is also in Kings Island, but the ride would go as fast as 53-mph with height of 109 feet and a track length of 3265 feet. According to Mystic Timbers, riders would get a chance to go through a wooded area along steep cliffs and ravines.
Mine Blower at Fun Spot America (Kissimmee, Fla.)
This small amusement park has been overshadowed by the popular ones like Disney World and Universal Orlando. However, it's slowly improving its ride collection and the Mine Blower is something to look out for this 2017. USA Today reported that the ride will take you mining-themed location wherein you will enter dark tunnels with a literal blast.
SeaWorld San Antonion's Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster
The whole concept of this ride is to give riders the chance to become SeaWorld rescuers. With a maximum height of 61 feet that goes 44mph, it will make passengers feel like they're racing above a lagoon in Jet Ski-themed seats.
InvadR at Busch Gardens (Williamsburg Virginia)
This roller coaster is based on a theme of villagers and invaded vikings. It has a 74-feet drop that accelerates to about 48mph.
Virtual Reality Coasters at SeaWorld Orlando and Six Flags Parks
These roller coasters aren't excatly new but they offer new features for riders to experience. SeaWorld Orlando's Kraken offers riders a chance to witness the legedary Kraken through VR goggles while on board the ride.
There's no better way to experience a thrill of a lifetime than riding roller coasters. It's a breath-taking and spine-tingling moment that one will never forget.