Falcon’s Fury announced at Busch Gardens Tampa for 2014

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Falcon’s Fire is coming to Busch Gardens Tampa in 2014.  Soar and dive like the bird of prey on this 300-foot drop tower as you rise 300 feet into the air.  Then midair you will pivot 90 degress looking straight down at the ground.  After that you plunge towards the ground at 60mph.

 
Falcon’s Fury is rising at Busch Gardens Tampa in 2014.

Stay tuned after the break for the official press release.

FALCON’S FURY RISES AT
BUSCH GARDENS TAMPA IN 2014
New Attraction will be the First Drop Tower of its Kind in the World

TAMPA, FL – For more than five decades Busch Gardens® Tampa has delivered some of the world’s most exciting thrills. Rides like Cheetah Hunt®, SheiKra®, Montu® and Kumba® have set the stage, and Busch Gardens is ready to drop big news. Starting this Saturday, June 8 through Aug. 18, guests will experience extended park hours, special entertainment, high-energy DJs, and the thrill of riding world-class coasters in the dark, including Busch Gardens’ triple-launch coaster Cheetah Hunt®.
In spring 2014 Busch Gardens is taking guests’ experiences to new heights with Falcon’s FuryTM, the first drop tower of its kind in the world. Additionally, with no connecting structures, it will be the tallest freestanding drop tower in North America.
Falcon’s Fury

No bird can match the speed of a falcon in its hunting dive. The falcon is the fastest animal on Earth, reaching speeds of 200 mph. Designers were inspired by this bird of prey during the development of the new attraction.
Falcon’s Fury will stand at 335 feet and take riders soaring 60 mph straight down. Located in the Timbuktu™ area, Falcon’s Fury will be visible from any location in the park and even across the Tampa Bay area.
At the ride’s highest point Busch Gardens has added an element of surprise. Like its bird of prey namesake, riders will pivot 90 degrees in midair to a face-down dive position. An instant later they’ll plunge 60 mph at 3.5 Gs straight down with speed and power like they’ve likely never experienced before.
Construction in the Timbuktu area of the park has already begun, and Falcon’s Fury is scheduled for completion in spring 2014. For more updates about Falcon’s Fury at Busch Gardens, go to FalconsFury.com or drop in to BuschGardensTampaBlog.com.
For more information, media contact is Travis Claytor, Busch Gardens public relations, at 813-987-5401 or [email protected]
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