Alton Towers Resort is offering the thrillseeking roller coasters fans to plan for the world famous Nemesis ride by offering them the chance to be the on the very last ride along with the creative originator John Wardley.on November 6th.
The Phalanx, elite secret organization, has been assigned to keep the beast under control until Alton Tower is ready take care of some upgrade and reopen in 2024. The organization claims Nemesis is behaving abnormally, they are seeking last riders aka “Final Test Specimens” to assist with investigations and refusing to comment any further at this point.
The final test specimens selected to face Nemesis will be awarded a jaw-dropping prize including park access, Fastrack Gold passes, as well as an opportunity to meet the creator of Nemesis, John Wardley, and take part in the final ride on November 6th.
On November 6th, the visitors to the park who ride Nemesis on the final day will also be able to get their hands on a limited edition photo.
Nemesis was Europe’s first inverted roller coaster when it launched in 1994 and remains one of the UK’s best-loved rollercoasters today. Riders experience 3.5 G-force as they race past the rocks and rivers of the theme park’s Forbidden Valley at speeds of up to 50mph.
Nemesis will return in 2024 following its exciting transformation. Details of the transformation are being kept under wraps for now with more information to be revealed nearer the time
The History of Nemesis
Nemesis comes from another dimension, one that has been beyond the ability of the best specialists to understand.
Jettisoned to Earth over 2 million years ago Nemesis remained buried deep beneath the ground at Alton Towers Resort. Until she was disturbed by workmen during routine maintenance, the monster that lay dormant was unleashed, boiling with anger she wreaked havoc on the surrounding area. 27 years ago The Phalanx immediately launched their extreme security division to pin down the creature and disable it.
27 years ago, it took 200 men, 250 tonnes of bent and twisted steel to hold her down. We converted the steel that imprisons the creature into the tangled rollercoaster you see here today.
Anyone who rides Nemesis should remember her history. To those who understand her, she is a thing of beauty. To the rest of us, you’ve been warned.
About John Wardley
John Wardley is the creator of Nemesis and was the brains behind designing Europe’s first ever inverted rollercoaster.
As well as being famous for his Nemesis creation, he has worked on a number of other rides at Alton Towers Resort including the Runaway Train, Haunted House, Oblivion, Hex, Air, Th13teen, and the Wicker Man.
John Wardley’s early background in the film industry (he created the special effects for five of the James Bond films) equips him with a deep understanding of what entertains the British public.
Alton Towers offer a great storytelling’s for all of their attractions. Check out the commercial when Nemesis first came out.
Do you have what it takes to face Nemesis one last time, you are invited to nominate yourselves as a final ride ‘test specimen’, via www.altontowers.com/nemesislastride.