Pictured: Banshee, which opened April 18 at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio, is billed as the longest inverted coaster in the world. (Kings Island) At Coney Island's Luna Park in Brooklyn, New York, a new $10 million steel Thunderbolt will sit on the site of the original wooden Thunderbolt that terrified thrill-seekers from the 1920s through the '80s. The coaster, expected to open in May, is seen here in a rendering.(Coney Island) El Loco opened in February at Adventuredome at Circus Circus in Las Vegas. The hair-raising new coaster has a turn that banks to the outside. (MGM Resorts) Goliath at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois, will be the world's fastest wooden coaster with the tallest and steepest drop. The coaster, seen here in a rendering, is set to open in May. (Six Flags)
(CNN) -- You'll flip head over heels for this summer's bumper crop of new roller coasters.