From the first drop there is a small speed hill at ground level followed by a large airtime hill.
The vertical first drop.
Steel Vengeance & Maverick. The zero g roll of Steel Vengeance spans across, and is the first inversion on that ride.
There's an Australian character in this thing! (For our international readers, Bendigo is a large historic gold mining town 130km from Melbourne)
Bendigo!? Emu Eggs!?
The story is communicated via a series of panels in the queue.
The ride has a backstory about three outlaws coming to Frontier Town, but it's a bit of a case of "TL:DR".
The ride is so wild that flying loose items became a problem, leading to mandatory use of ride lockers and metal detectors to enforce this.
The ride is a transformation of the old Mean Streak wooden coaster, with a bigger drop, steel track, and a dramatic new layout.
Steel Vengeance is gargantuan, hypercoaster sized hybrid coaster from RMC.
The height of the ride puts it in the hyper-coaster category.
Small hills towards the end of the ride.
The outward banked hill.
It is a renovation by RMC of the much maligned Mean Streak wooden coaster, taking the ride from one of worlds most hated to one of the worlds most revered, with copious amounts of airtime, inversions and wild manoeuvres.
The highly anticipated Steel Vengeance opened in 2018.