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    Question Single-Rider Lines

    I apologize in advanced if this has been addressed before, but I haven't been on the forums in awhile and I don't want to resurface an old thread!

    I will be visiting the Universal Orlando Resort this April and I will be going with two others who don't really ride roller coasters. If I remember correctly, HRRR has a single-rider line but I don't remember if this is the same for the Mummy and Hulk. Can anyone confirm for those two coasters? And is the HRRR single-rider line still open? Thanks!

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    Mummy and HRRR do have single rider lines. I am not sure about Hulk.

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    Yep! Hulk has a single-rider line, too.

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    Great! Thanks guys!

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    The Hulk Single Rider line is only opened sometimes, like the HRRR Single Rider line. So make sure you ask the ride greeter to make sure!

    At the Hulk Entrance, there is a sign in the middle that says Single Riders. However, this can be switched around to just say "Incredible Hulk Coaster".

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    Just FYI, Men in Black, Forbidden Journey, JP River Adventure, Ripsaw Falls, Spider-Man, and Doctor Doom also have single rider lines.

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    On HRRR the single rider line is questionable. On my last trip 10/2011 I rode HRRR 4 times over a 5 day visit.
    I got in the single rider line 3 times only to get out because it don't move much when mildly crowded.
    The only way for the single rider line to move is if there is a single rider or a group of 3 or 5 in the regular line.

    Has anybody else experinced this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mantaguy View Post
    Just FYI, Men in Black, Forbidden Journey, JP River Adventure, Ripsaw Falls, Spider-Man, and Doctor Doom also have single rider lines.
    Just an FYI, the attractions in BOLD only have single rider lines if the attraction deems it necessary based on demand. Do not expect them to always have it like FJ, MIB or Mummy do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matpez View Post
    Just an FYI, the attractions in BOLD only have single rider lines if the attraction deems it necessary based on demand. Do not expect them to always have it like FJ, MIB or Mummy do.
    are you sure you cant do the Dr Doom single rider line anytime? i just go through the exit without asking and they put me on.

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    Yeah, same here. Before I finally manned-up, my dad did single rider for every single one of our visits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matpez View Post
    Just an FYI, the attractions in BOLD only have single rider lines if the attraction deems it necessary based on demand. Do not expect them to always have it like FJ, MIB or Mummy do.
    True, but it is very rare that the single rider line is closed.

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    As a frequent visitor to both parks ill put this input that I know.

    Always active no matter the crowd(there's a separate line and it's indicated in the front of the attraction):Mummy,MIB,Forbidden Journey, and HRRR (if the single rider line gets more longer than the original queue line then it will be closed till it shortens out so wait or take the regular line as is)
    When massive crowds occur and the team members decide to put on: Hulk(as stated before by Jokerman there will be a sign in the front),Spiderman(there will be sign outside the attraction titled "Attention, Single Riders Wanted" when this line is open), Dudley (ask the team member in front)
    Ones I haven't known: JP

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    From my experience all single rider lines are opened often but they can be closed without notice on all attractions (the only one I have never seen closed are FJ and Mummy). Just ask a team member where the single rider line is and if it is open they wil direct you towards it. The only other warning is that the HRRR single rider line moves very slowly. If the line goes beyond 20 feet of the bottom of the stairs you are better off waiting in the regular line.

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