The Boomerang at Knott's is a ride that's been cloned and placed in parks the world over a zillion times, but that don't mean you can't get neat shots from it.
Knott's Silver Bullet, their B&M inverted roller coaster, is a lot of fun. It's intergrated well into the park, built over and around existing rides, and is so well-paced it really doesn't let up at all. This was our favorite ride the entire day. Here we see this odd curve after the first loop that looks like an inversion, but it's really just a heavily banked curve. The train doesn't go upside-down completely on this one, even though it sure looks like it in this before-and-after set. It does go completely upside-down on six other occasions, though.
More of the Silver Bullet's tangled up track. The first picture is actually looking straight up. The second is a picture of the ride's cobra roll.
We really did like the Silver Bullet, I guess. I didn't bother taking pictures of anything else.