A shuttle coaster is a ride where the track does not make a complete circuit. The train reverses direction at some point and travels backward and forward on the same section of track. Many shuttle coasters use a mechanism to launch the train. On the previous two pages, I listed the Hyper Coasters that are continuous-circuit coasters, but nine shuttle coasters were built that had a height or drop of over 200 feet:
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