Walt Disney World Resort’s newest attraction hasn’t been open for very long at all, and Guests are already breaking the rules!
When it comes to Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom is the theme park with the quintessential attractions and experiences. The classic rides, such as Pirates of the Caribbean, the Haunted Mansion, and Big Thunder Mountain, call Magic Kingdom Park home.
But that doesn’t mean the Disney Park is only home to old rides. In fact, Magic Kingdom is constantly improving and changing. On April 4th, Tomorrowland officially welcomed its newest ride: TRON Lightcycle Run.
TRON Lightcycle Run is an out-of-this-world roller coaster with an incredibly unique ride vehicle and thrilling high speeds. Not only that, but the new ride is also a sight to behold, especially at night once the structure lights up.
In short, this roller coaster is genuinely a testament to the creativity of Walt Disney Imagineering.
However, it’s not all good news. Although the ride has just opened, it seems that some Guests are already breaking the rules. Namely, the basic rules of roller coasters: “Please keep your arms, hands, legs, and feet inside the ride vehicle at all times.”
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In this video, we can see that these rules are already being broken as a Guest lets go of the ride vehicle’s handles and sits up, potentially loosening the restraints on his legs.
When it comes to rules at Walt Disney World, they’re almost always put in place for the sole purpose of keeping Guests and Cast Members alike safe. But when it comes to the common roller coaster spiel (“Please keep your arms, hands, legs, and feet inside”), it’s entirely put in place for Guests safety.
Breaking these rules isn’t just inconsiderate, it’s also very dangerous.
Guests can experience TRON Lightcycle Run by purchasing an individual Lightning Lane or signing up for the virtual queue.