PHOTOS: TRON Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom Finally Cleaned

Shannen Ace

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Modern covered walkway with a geometric dome structure and curved metal beams, featuring handrails and an empty pathway.

PHOTOS: TRON Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom Finally Cleaned

Six months after we reported extensive filth buildup on the exterior of TRON Lightcycle / Run in Magic Kingdom, the attraction has finally been cleaned.

TRON Lightcycle Run Cleaned

Modern covered walkway with a geometric dome structure and curved metal beams, featuring handrails and an empty pathway.

A dark brown, almost black substance previously covered sections of the ride’s canopy supports. The substance may have been dirt or mold. It was mostly growing in shaded areas, common for mold, which can also grow in places with excessive moisture (via CDC).

Roller coaster track with light grey supports inside a building covered by a geometric translucent roof.

Thankfully, there are no more signs of such buildup. The attraction was washed — possibly power-washed — overnight.

Close-up view of a gray metal structure with interlocking pipes and white panels, possibly part of a modern building exterior.

There are still standard signs of wear and rust from Florida weather but the exterior of TRON Lightcycle / Run is looking much better.

Close-up of a metal structural framework at a building site, featuring interconnected gray beams and columns supporting a staircase with a metal railing.

The dark substance was on supports near where guests enter the show building.

Close-up of a staircase and railing near a metal slide with mesh and structural beams, set in an outdoor environment.

TRON Lightcycle / Run opened in April of 2023. It’s a copy of the Shanghai Disneyland ride TRON Lightcycle Power Run. Read our full guide to TRON Lightcycle / Run and watch a POV video below.

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