Instead of going strait to the hill lift the rides starts with a small meandering section of track along the ground. This is quite a nice touch as it fits in well with the train theme, looking like a piece of track, and does enhance the overall experience with a sense of occasion.
After this it's on to the hill lift, where things become a little more
traditional. The first part is a helix that the train takes at a
moderate pace. It doesn't feel fast enough to be as thrilling as
similar examples I've done, but it's fast enough to be fun. The return
to the station after this provides a surprisingly fun twist. The
banking of the track switches from left on the helix to right to go
round the corner, then
quickly back to level banking as you come out the corner. This is quite
a fun sensation as the train rocks back and forth, and brings something
new for a kids coaster.
This isn't the most thrilling ride in the world, even when compared to
some of the other kids coasters I've done, but it's well themed and
more importantly good fun, which is what you ask from a kids coaster.