Flying ACE Ariel Chase Review

We're here at Kings Island to ride Flying ACE Ariel Chase. A Typical Kiddy SLC (Though when I last rode it, it was called Runaway Reptar). After climbing in the seat and pulling down the shoulder harness, you dispatch. You turn and climb up the lifthill. You feel quite big since you don't really get the illusion of an inverted coaster due to the whole catwalk being right below you as well as the small height and small seats. Then you reach the top. You start to go down a curved sort of drop that's more of just a downward quarter helix. Then you sort of go into a partial upward helix before gliding down a little in a turn sort of drop. you then go around a big turn. The big turn brings you a little jolt before going through some straight track by the lifthill. You then go into a downward helix before dipping down a little. After going through a turn, you then hit the brake run. Flying ACE Ariel Chase is an OK kiddy coaster. It really just sort of turns and meanders, which makes it a boring ride. But hey. On the kiddy coaster scale, it's a damn good ride.


Location: Kings Island

Opened: 2001

Built by: Vekoma

Last Ridden: August 12, 2008

I have ridden this exact same ride at the following parks.

Canada's Wonderland



Flying ACE Ariel Chase Photos