Onride POV Video: TRON Lightcycle Power Run at Shanghai Disneyland


We’re just a couple days into the first ever preview days for Shanghai Disneyland and already the photos and videos are coming in a steady stream showing off the new attractiosn (those that are open) and the theme park design (which is said to be wonderful in areas and a little blah in others). So far the clear winner is the new TRON Lightcycle Power Run roller coaster in the Tomorrowland section of the park.

Check out this great onride POV video of the coaster here:

Not only does this ride go indoors and outdoors, it takes you right into the world of TRON. It also features a unique over the back ride safety system.

If this doesn’t revive interest the TRON franchise, I don’t know what will.

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4 thoughts on “Onride POV Video: TRON Lightcycle Power Run at Shanghai Disneyland

  1. Whit

    I wish they would bring back the animated series. We loved it, and obviously it did well enough to get a few Disney Infinity characters out of it. Also, please bring this ride to Disneyland, Users.

  2. MonoAutoRail

    A 1 minute 20 second ride (including slow beginning and ending)? Please, please tell me a couple of minutes were edited out of there. How can an alleged E-ticket ride that is shorter than Mad Tea Party or Astro Orbiter be a “clear winner”? Sad.

    1. Gene

      Rock and Roller at Walt Disney World is about the same length, just over a minute, maybe 1:15 from launch to final breaks. Tron looks to be about the same. Its fine, there really is not a minimum time standard assigned to order to be qualified as an E-Tickey. Tron is definitely an E-Ticket . That all said I am going to agree that I wish it was longer, but in both cases, they aren’t that much shorter, its just the slow tradition lift and the ride time involved in that is eliminated due to launch technology used.

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