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Everything you need to know about HangTime, the new roller coaster coming to Knott’s

Knott’s has had many firsts in roller coaster history, including the first corkscrew inversion coaster, first flywheel launch coaster and the first hydraulically launched coaster, says Jon Storbeck, the park’s vice president and general manager. HangTime, which the park announced this week will open in summer 2018, will be the first dive coaster on the […]
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