Each of the 28 seats has an over-the-shoulder restraint.  And even though riders stand throughout the ride, there is a small saddle that resembles a bicycle seat.  A short length of seatbelt connects the bicycle seat to the shoulder harness after the harness is lowered into place.  Black armrests are also fixed in place to further secure riders.

Each saddle seat, seat back, armrest, and shoulder harness is mounted on movable posts that travel vertically in order to accommodate riders of various heights.  Before the trains leave the station, this adjustable height feature, as well as the shoulder restraints, are locked into position.

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