VIDEO: TRON Lightcycle Run Begins Test Runs at Magic Kingdom

As construction continues on TRON: Lightcycle/Run in Tomorrowland, the coaster was seen doing test runs on the track. Previously, the vehicles have only been seen conducting push-pull testing.

The video was taken by Andrew of DisQuick Sounds today from the Peoplemover. The coaster vehicles can be seen zooming around the track in the short clip. As opposed to the smaller units used for push-pull testing, the higher speed tests conducted today were using trains of Lightcycles.

We will keep you updated on everything TRON Lightcycle/Run-related as it prepares for the yet-to-be-announced opening date.

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  1. Thank you for the Update for Tron/lightcycle run and I can’t wait for the Opening Day for Tron!

  2. if this ride follows the typical cheapact mold, it will be broke down more than up and running all the time! just a simple truth proven by past performance. at least universal showed compassion on the poor unfortunates that did not realize cheapact actually believes the reservation system is the way of the future at disney. staying at disney on our dvc points and going to universal is sounding better and better all the time. since we no longer get the magical express and have to drive 14 hours down to “experience the magic”. thank God dvc resale prices keep going up! when it comes time to sell our 350 points, there is a good chance we will break even on the poor investment.

  3. Disney is probably planning on charging members of an elite Disney club to ride it first. Let D23 members, DVC, and castmembers ride it first. And by the way, we still don’t have an opening date of this monstrosity. This attraction has taken the most years to construct (I think it’s 4, universal built a park in 3). If it breaks down continually, the public will revolt against CHapek.

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