🤮 VR 360° 5K video from the front row of the roller coaster CHEETAH HUNT at Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay [360-DEGREE VIDEO: LOOK IN ANY DIRECTION]
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ABOUT CHEETAH HUNT: Guests board one of five, 16 passenger trains. The ride begins with a 30-mile-per-hour launch out of the station and around a wide left turn followed by a gradual dip before approaching the second launch. This launch accelerates riders to their top speed of 60 miles per hour before climbing an 102-foot hill. A figure 8 element is located at the top of this hill where riders weave through a series of helixes before dropping 130 feet into a trench. Riders then proceed over a directional changing airtime hill crossing over the Skyride, before completing the ride's only inversion, a heartline roll. Upon exiting the barrel-roll and its subsequent brake run, the ride remains low to the ground and goes through a series of short banked turns through a rock fixture simulating several "near misses". This leads the ride into its third and final launch which accelerates riders to a speed of 40 miles per hour to navigate its way back to the station. During the journey back there is airtime and directional changing hills before the final brake run.