VIDEO: Next Phase of Ride Testing Starts SOON for Disney World’s TRON Coaster

Progress on Disney World’s TRON Lightcycle Run is getting closer and closer to being finished.

We can’t wait for TRON to take off!

We’ve been following the construction, along with updates from the Disney Imagineering team who are working on it. But today, Disney announced that the ride was about to reach a new milestone.

Up until recently, TRON Lightcycle Run was in phase one of its process, but Disney just announced that they’re getting ready to enter phase two, which will include testing ride vehicles with something they call “push/pull.” This happens when sections of the seven-vehicle train are moved slowly along the track.

Once the track is deemed ready, the high-speed launch system will begin testing at incremental speeds until it’s tested at its fastest speed. After that, weights will be put into the vehicles for more ride testing. Then, several months after that, the ride will be tested with people.

The construction so far

So it looks like it’s still going to be some time before we get to the point of the ride actually being ready for guests. Disney has not yet released an opening timeline for TRON Lightcycle Run, but each milestone brings us that much closer.

We’ll continue to keep you updated on ALL Disney World attractions, so stay tuned to AllEars for more news!

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  1. So who exactly thought this gigantic LOUD roller coaster was what belonged near the entrance to Disney? So we can hear the roar as we enter and see the castle? This I is beyond awful…in Busch Gardens yes…in Disney, no…I can’t believe Walt ever would have wanted this….