Stand-up coasters were all the rage back in the late 1990s, although their popularity has waned somewhat since. Georgia Scorcher is a classic example of the genre, and was created by leading proponent Bolliger & Mabillard. No new stand-up coasters have been built since, although Six Flags has shuffled some of its existing examples around its chain of parks.
As with all stand-up coasters, riders perch on a bicycle-style seat in a standing position. They then race around a 3,000-foot circuit that includes a 101-foot first drop, an 81-foot vertical loop, a corkscrew and a helix.