At what weight will I fit on a roller coaster??? HELP!
I am down to 285 from 369 now and I am five six. Does anyone know what is the typical weight that someone has to be to fit into a roller coaster? I haven't been on one in years..........because of my weight. I have a chance to go to Six Flags this weekend, and I don't want to get turned away from a ride.
Anyone that had gone lately, did you fit comfortably? Please let me know. THANKS!
on 8/31/09 7:18 pm
on 9/1/09 5:43 am, edited 9/1/09 5:43 am - River Falls, WI
Much of it has to do with the girth of your midsection, and if it is one of those roller coast seats that have a padded metal U-shaped piece that drops down over your head and abdomen, your chest girth may be a factor to.
You can call Six Flags and ask them, and I advise you to do so to avoid any unnecessary embarrassment. When I was at 300# and 5'9" I did not fit in such rides and my weight is pretty well distributed.
Just my experience. I hope you have fun. And it will just get more fun as you continue to lose weight. Roller coasters are the best--the faster, higher, steeper, scarier the better. Hmm...only my son-in-law will ride on those with me, but my grandson is chomping at the bit to get tall enough, so I'll have other compatriats.
253/234.5/143.5/199/160normal/145goal 5'7" tall
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The Superman has a mock seat to try before getting in line....
Thanks for all the replies everyone. I am going to have to try out that Superman for sure! I can not wait till next summer when I kow for sure I will be able to fit. I am going to be like a kid all over again. Six Flags in right in my city. I am thinking SEASON PASS! Who knows, maybe I will feel okay at Hurricane Harbour, the Six Flags water park.