Pretty standard topic for a coaster forum, what are the 10 best coasters you've ridden? Mine are: 10 ) Grand National (Pleasure Beach Blackpool): A true legend of the UK coaster world, but at nearly 80 years old it still packs a punch, even if Kumbak may have somewhat ruined it when they did their "renovation" a few years back. But for me Nash is a great ride that I always head to first when I go to PBB. 9 ) Stealth (Thorpe Park): A basic layout, straight up then straight back down again, but this coaster combines it's speed with the lovely views at the top and airtime on offer to make a brilliant ride, and the launch is a rush. 8 ) The Ultimate (Lightwater Valley): Awfully designed, but that's the reason why it's so good. Some of the forces in the latter stages of the ride are just stupid and it really impossible not too hold on for you life as you fly through the woodland. 7 ) Raptor (Gardaland): Best themed coaster I've ever seen, and the wing rider concept is a brilliant one in my opinion. This coaster, while not as forceful as the other two Italian coasters, is certainly a fun and enjoyable ride with amazing theming interaction such as the tree split in half or the bent metal structure. I could ride this coaster all day tbh. 6 ) Goliath (Walibi World): One of the most beautiful rides I've ever seen, this also has plenty of airtime in it's layout, plus it's location is wonderful and that Stengel Dive is a fun bit of track. 5 ) Dragon Kahn (PortAventura): Some people say it's just a mixture of inversions with no theming or interaction once you depart from the station* but those inversions are blended together brilliantly. Top class coaster. 4 ) Oblivion (Alton Towers): It may be short, and it may be in a disgraceful condition nowadays, but that does nothing to retract from this coasters purpose. To make you afraid. The rush you get from the drop is unmatched from any coaster I've ever ridden, to put it no finer a point this ride is amazing. 3 ) Katun (Mirabilandia): While not as forceful as it's English cousin and the ride that beats it to second place, this coaster is amazing, and once you ride it you'll see why it constantly gets ranked so high in coaster polls. Unlike Nemesis this does lose the sheer force of the earlier parts towards the end, but the first bit is more than good enough to make up for this. Wonderfully themed as well. 2 ) Nemesis (Alton Towers): What can I say? A simply amazing coaster that hasn't got a dull moment in it's amazingly creative layout. Anyone who doubts B&Ms ability to be both creative and amazing has never seen this harmonious infusion of force and beauty for themselves. 1 ) iSpeed (Mirabilandia): It's not just got an amazing launch, it's not just got some good bits of airtime, it's not just got some funky inversions, it's got all three. Brilliant coaster, proof for me that Intamin coasters really can be amazing machines, I first rode this front row on a cold day and fell in love with it. * Remember that Shambhala didn't exist when I rode it in 2010, so I've no idea what it's like now.