The ride commences with a small dropping turnaround out of the station, through the Hurricane structure, and onto the lift. The lift is aligned with the Hurricanes lift, but ascends in the opposite direction.
The first drop is quite steep, and twists to the left. Smile for the on-ride photo as you make a close squeeze at the bottom between the log flume and picnic pavilion. Riders in the back are treated to their first moment of airtime. The track rises back up to make a banked turn to the left with some great laterals and a small amount of air in the front.
There then follows another drop that passes by the Tig'rr coaster. The train then climbs back up to produce some massive ejector air in the front seat - I actually grabbed onto the lapbar because I thought I was going to be tossed out into the lake - awesome! The train takes a left-hand turn while you are still out of your seat, giving some nice laterals on the way.
The track is now positioned above the water, just at the side of the lake. The train then takes another dive down, this time into some of the structure of the ride, which produces a nice headchopper effect. The train then climbs back up into the structure of the Hoosier Hurricane to produce yet more standing air. There is then a sharp flat left-hand turn under the Hurricane's lift, before plunging into another left-hand twisting drop.
The train rises up yet again to produce more frantic air, before entering a right-hand double helix full of intense, but smooth laterals. Two bunny hops follow producing great air in the front, and massive ejector air in the back. The train then takes a sharp and sudden turn onto the block brakes, which throws you to the side of the train - brace yourself for!