Soarin at Disney

Has anyone with an icd done this ride!


it's fine

by Tracey_E - 2018-12-18 09:52:14

I have a pacer, not icd, but have done Soarin many times. I already have my fastpass for my next trip in 3 weeks. :o) There's nothing even remotely borderline about it. It uses seatbelts, not harnesses. No magnetic brakes. No bouncing around. Test Track bounces enough that it can set off rate response, which isn't dangerous but feels weird if you aren't expecting it. The only one at Disney I avoid is Rockin Roller Coaster at Hollywood Studios because it uses magnetic brakes. Same for Manta at Seaworld and Hulk at Islands of Adventure. I've had annual passes at both Disney and Universal and been paced 100% for over 20 years. If you have other questions about the parks, just ask! Enjoy your trip.


by BarbD - 2018-12-18 12:28:55

Tracey - would that list of 3 rides be applicable to a CRT-D as well or would there be more restrictions?


by Tracey_E - 2018-12-18 13:30:32

Same rules apply to all devices-  stay away from large, strong magnets, aka magentic brakes. If a harness on a ride puts a lot of pressure on your device, that wouldn't be a good idea, but we will bruise long before the box would be damaged. They are tough, us not so much. That's it to protect the device, however the underlying reason why you have it may make it smart to avoid more. Ask your doctor about your specific needs. 


by Aerfirmie - 2018-12-21 08:51:14

We did it! It was a gentle ride 😊

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