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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Jurassic World VelociCoaster Trains Now Fly Over Guests on Reopened Bypass Bridge at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

As reported yesterday, the bypass bridge has reopened, providing a new look at the Jurassic World VelociCoaster at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. We watched the attraction being tested this morning, and it was a great sight to see on this beautiful day.

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From the bridge, we can see the testing vehicle go through just one of the four inversions of the ride.

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As the ride vehicle races along the track, guests will experience the rush just above the water — flying above the guests walking the bypass bridge.

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The vehicle comes very close to the pedestrian bridge.

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Of course, guests on the bridge look in awe as the new ride soars above their heads.

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The intricate details of the ride’s structure can now be seen.

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Looking from the bridge, you can view the extent of the VelociCoaster’s loops, twists, and turns.

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We can see that 24-passenger train features grey and blue markings as it races by.

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The VelociCoaster ride vehicle roars over the lagoon with The Incredible Hulk Coaster seen in the distance.

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Near the entrance to the VelociCoaster is another inversion, giving awaiting guests a preview of the attraction as riders would be upside down just above them.

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To see the Jurassic World VelociCoaster testing in action, you can watch our video below:

Are you excited to ride the Jurassic World VelociCoaster when it opens this summer? Let us know in the comments!

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jason
jason
1 month ago

whoa. some of those spots arent just inversions, you are just straight up INVERTED. this is gonna be huge…