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5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Peloton’s New Roller Coaster

It’s hard to remember the first time you saw a roller coaster.

Or, to put it another way, you probably didn’t.

But now, thanks to an innovative new coaster that’s made its debut at the 2016 Los Angeles Convention Center, you might just have a clue.

The coaster is called The Peloton.

It’s one of the most innovative coaster designs we’ve ever seen in the history of roller coasters, with two different modes that can be ridden simultaneously.

There’s a short ride, or “pedal” mode, which is designed for kids ages 7 and up, and a longer ride, called the “full ride” mode.

It’s designed to allow kids to explore different areas of the park, but the coaster has to be fully enclosed.

The coaster was designed with the goal of creating a ride that’s fun and exciting for everyone, while keeping the safety of the guests and staff top of mind.

It takes the most basic of rides, but it combines them with some seriously innovative elements, like the new coaster’s dual-axis system.

This system combines the force of the coaster’s brakes and air to propel the coaster up the hill.

There are two versions of the roller coaster, the “single-axis” version, and the “two-axis.”

The dual-axes are what you’ll find at most of the major amusement parks in the United States.

The full-ride version has a roller coaster that’s built entirely of steel, which makes it lighter and more durable.

It has an impressive capacity of more than 20,000 tons, which means it can go over the 100-foot height barrier, and then the 110-foot barrier, as well as up the other side of the hill and back down.

And the ride has a huge “backside” ramp, which lets you go back up the slope without needing to turn around.

The two-axis version is a bit more complicated.

The two roller coopers have a “bump-stops” system that’s supposed to keep them balanced while the coaster is moving.

You see, the coaster designers decided to combine these bump-stopping systems into one system that could take advantage of all of the extra energy from the coaster and not have it take up too much space.

This way, the ride can be built in less than a quarter-mile and still have enough room for the coaster to operate at maximum speed.

The “bounceback” system is a more traditional “rear-wheel” coaster.

It uses an array of sensors, which are supposed to detect when the coaster takes off or when it stops, and sends a signal to the coaster that says “this coaster is taking off.”

The coaster then sends the same signal to both brakes, allowing the brakes to act in unison to slow down the coaster while it goes up the next hill.

The new coaster is one of three new roller coop designs from Los Angeles’ LACO that we’ve been hearing about, and it’s also one of only three rides at this year’s LA Convention Center that will be powered entirely by wind power.

The other two are the new Ride-O-Rama coaster at Disney California Adventure and the new Spin Cycle roller coaster at Walt Disney World Resort.

There are only two of the three rides that will run entirely on wind power, but they’re both incredibly exciting to see.

The LACo coaster, which will debut in 2019, is the first ride that will actually use the technology that’s used in the world’s first fully-built roller coaster in Japan, called Spin Cycle.

It is a new coaster design from Los Angelenos’ LACEO Coaster Group.

The new LACEo coaster will be the first of its kind to be powered completely by wind.

It will be a fun ride to ride, but not something you’ll be able to get a lot of use out of, and I’m sure most of you won’t even get a chance to try it, but I can tell you right now that it’s a fun coaster.

I really can’t recommend it enough.

The ride will debut at LACC in 2019.

It will be open to everyone ages 7-15, and we’ll have more information on the ride later this week.