Location: Six Flags Magic Mountain, Los Angeles, California
Capacity: 1,600 passengers per hour
Estimated Cost: $21 million
Tatsu, which opened in 2006, is the world’s tallest, fastest and longest “flying” coaster (wherein riders are horizontal): passengers travel at 62 miles per hour on 3,602 feet of track and drop down 263 feet worth of plunges. The ride includes the world’s largest pretzel-loop and is the first of its kind to feature a zero-gravity roll.