Just when you think the ride's over, Maverick hits 70 mph in three seconds.
Its name may be Blue Fire, but this German coaster is one red-hot ride.
Japan's Fuji-Q amusement park offers adventure-seekers seven wild coasters.
Terror reigns supreme on the thrill-filled Tower of Terror, in Australia.
Six Flags Great Adventure offers the wildest rides in the Tri-State area.
Watch Six Flags Over Texas' Titan coaster live up to its mighty moniker.
Looking for a fast ride? Formula Rossa covers 1.3 miles in 90 seconds.
The setting's medieval, but Heide Park's Colossus is pure 21st century.
Riders defy gravity -- and death -- on Six Flags Magic Mountains' Tatsu.
Check out the newest of Hershey Park's extreme coasters, Skyrush.
Feel the G-forces of Six Flag Great Adventure's high-flying Nitro coaster.
Germany's Expedition GeForce thrills riders with its twists and turns.
Colossus ranks near the top when it comes to heavy G-force wooden coasters.
Channel your inner superhero on the all-American Superman Ride of Steel.
Shambhala offers Himalayan-size thrills in a beautiful Spanish setting.
Dale Earnhardt would be proud of his namesake coaster, the Intimidator 305.
Just how far does the Tower of Terror II push the limits of gravity?
Loch Ness has nothing on Toronto's Leviathan sea monster of a coaster.
A unique hydraulic chain system gives Furius Baco a high-G initial launch.
Australia's take on Superman is all downhill after it's shocking start.
The Italian iSpeed proves to be one of the fastest and steepest coasters.
Volcano the Blast Coaster incinerates the competition, and you're the lava.
The insane winged coaster X Flight will take your feet far off the ground.
iSpeed shows its G-force power, peaking at positive 4.0 at the very start.
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- Premiered: July 8, 2012
- Rating: TV-G
- Premise: America's best roller coasters, as voted on by viewers, are ranked in six different categories. (more)