Inverted coasters, such as Raptor at Cedar Point, often have multiple inversions and loops.
While the design is the same, Raptor pilot helmets were a bronze or gold color, while Viper pilots wore silver helmets.
It is created by Bolliger & Mabillard (B&M), a Swiss coaster company, which also designed Raptor at Cedar Point, Silver Bullet at Knott's Berry Farm and Diamondback at Kings Island.
Lt. Karl "Helo" Agathon - This Electronic Countermeasures Officer was supposed to be last seen on Caprica, after he gave up his seat on the Raptor to save Baltar.
Raptor: An aviator wraparound style, these sunglasses can be worn by anyone looking for a lightweight yet functional frame.
Today there are more than 100 operating inverted coasters, including well known coasters such as Montu at Busch Gardens Africa, Alpengeist at Busch Gardens Europe, the Great White at Sea World San Antonio, and Raptor at Cedar Point.