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A disturbed clown out for revenge traps us in his sinister nightmare.

Once trapped in a decrepit amusement park, we get tossed pulled and toyed with like a mouse caught by a particularly villainous cat.

Giant heads and creepy automatons are just a few of the weird creations this clown has manifested from his mind.  


As we get dropped, dragged and swung from one twisted corner of his mind to the other, we discover we're not the first to pass through this nightmare and we won't be the last.  


Powerless over our fate and frightened by every move, we're forced to confront the reality of this nightmare we may never wake from. 


A ride you won't soon forget about!

May 4, 2019

Carnival the ride will premiers on May 4, 2019 at THE RiDE 7D Ontario Mills Outlet in California. 


THE RiDE 7D is an Immersive, Interactive Motion Ride Experience similar to what you would find at Disneyland and Universal Studios. 

You will feel the thrill of an amusement park ride and the excitement of a state-of-the-art laser blasting game all in one.  Located at the  Ontario Mills Outlet in San Bernardino, CA. 

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Robots descened upon Inland empire in California

Armies of alien robots have descended upon Inland Empire and are wreaking havoc in a bid to take control of the City of Ontario, CA.

THE RiDE 7D is an Immersive, Interactive Motion Ride Experience similar to what you would find at Disneyland (NYSE: DIS) and Universal Studios (NASDAQ: CMCSA). You will feel the thrill of an amusement park ride and the excitement of a state-of-the-art laser blasting game all in one.


“We opened our first location at the Irvine Spectrum Center in Orange County,” says Drew J. Kaplan founder of THE RiDE 7D. “To date, we’ve had over 180,000 riders experience the thrill.  Now we are proud to announce the grand opening of our new location at the world-famous Ontario Mills Outlets, CA .”  This location will replace our Irvine Spectrum location. 


After a brief tutorial on safety, passengers are buckled into the latest in motion seat technology by Triotech, given 3D glasses and a laser blaster before the real fun begins. Robot Riot engages riders who are front and center with colossal alien robots in a battle to save the city. Shoot, soar and ride to win against the invasion. At the end of the ride, everybody’s score is displayed on the big screen. Whoever reaches the highest score has the chance to be added to a hall of fame interactive score board for the day, week or month. 


“It’s all about the 7D which stands for 7 dimensions,” says Katy Wood, Manager at THE RiDE 7D.  “3D glasses make the content on the screen come to life while the other 4D’s are; motion, wind, interactivity/scoring and special effects lighting allowing you to completely immerse yourself in the story.” 


Robot Riot is the newest ride at The Ontario Mills and costs $14 per person. Rides such as spooky/scary Zombies, action-packed Gigamon, fun/adventure Los Banditos and other rides are also available. There are nine different themes in total with pricing starting at $8 per person for those rides. 


TrioTech is a leading ride manufacture based in Canada with clients such as Lego Land (LON: MERL), Knott’s Berry Farm (NYSE: FUN) and many others around the world.

January 14, 2019

Skyscrapers crumble to the ground as giant sinkholes swallow buildings whole. Helicopters are pulled from the sky while chaos reigns on the streets below. In order to save Inland Empire from colossal damage, the bots must be defeated and the masterminds behind the attack terminated once and for all. 

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Get Your Spook On at THE RiDE 7D Irvine Spectrum Center

Three Spooky rides for one low price of $25 per person...

Forbidden Mine The RiDE
An ancient mine taken over by ghouls, ghosts, and mummies 


Zombies The RiDE

These are not your slow moving, "Walking Dead", zombies, these guys are angry and will stop at nothing to make you their next meal.


Werewolves The RiDE

London. Turn of the century. A poisonous gas unleashed into the air is turning men and women into ferocious werewolves.

October 1, 2017

October 1, 2017 through October 31, 2017


Sunday – Thursday 10am – 9pm

Friday & Saturday 10am – 11pm

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“HAPPY HOUR” at The Irvine Spectrum Center

Happy hour is clearly linked to getting slightly intoxicated without a big dent in your wallet…

“Instead of discounts drinks during a certain time-period, we are shaking things up by replacing drinks with Rides.” Says, Ernesto Nolasco, ride manager.
 

Starting June 1, 2017, THE RiDE 7D will be hosting Happy Hour, offering 50% off single rides. 


Rides traditionally cost between $10 - $14 per person. Guests can take advantage of Happy Hour and only pay $5 - $7. 


Happy Hour will be taking place every day through summer at THE RiDE 7D: Sunday – Thursday 8pm-9pm Friday & Saturday 10pm-11pm. 

June 1, 2017

THE RiDE 7D is putting a “twist” on an American Naval tradition that dates back to the 1920’s following the first World War. A “Happy Hour” was an allotted period of time on a ship where sailors engaged in various forms of entertainment to relieve the monotonies of the seafaring life.

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Road Fighters THE RIDE

Famine and war has brought civilization to an end at the Irvine Spectrum Center…

THE RiDE 7D is an Immersive, Interactive Motion Ride Experience family entertainment centers. You will feel the thrill of a rollercoaster and the excitement of a state-of-the-art laser blasting game all in one.


“We are so thrilled with the excitement THE RiDE 7D has evoked since opening our first location at The Irvine Spectrum Center on October 23, 2015,” says Drew J. Kaplan Founder at THE RiDE 7D. “Our latest Limited Edition Ride, titled Road Fighters, is our best ride yet with more of everything, basically it’s insane!”


After a brief tutorial on safety, passengers are buckled into the latest in motion seat technology by Triotech, given 3D glasses and a laser blaster before the real fun begins. 


Road Fighters takes riders through a deserted City where they are tasked with blasting the bad guys who are trying to steal food from riders. At the end of the ride, everybody’s score is displayed on the BIG screen. Reach the high score on the ride and instantly win a 1:10th scale giant radio controlled truck valued at $69-$99.

 

If you are looking for things to do “It’s all about the 7D which stands for dimensions,” says Ernesto Nolasco, Operations Manager at THE RiDE 7D.  “3D glasses make the content on the screen come to life while the other 4D’s are… Motion, Wind, Interactivity and Scoring allowing you to completely immerse yourself in the story.”


Road Fighters THE RiDE is a limited Edition ride and will only be available at The Irvine Spectrum Center from May 27, 2016 through September 30th 2016. Other rides such as Spooky/Scary Zombies, Action-Packed Gigamon and Fun/Adventure Los Banditos will continue to be year round.


The cost to ride Road Fighters is $14 per rider for your first ride and $10 per rider for any same day re-ride. Zombies, Gigamon and Los Banditos cost $9-$10 per rider for your first ride and $5-$6 per rider for any same day re-ride. Other packages to ride all three or all four rides are available at the door.


May 27, 2016

It's the year 2156 and pollution, famine and war has brought civilization to an end.  An evil group affected by the high level of radiation have been spared and are now fighting for their lives and to find food.  Don't let them be your destruction! 

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Forbidden Mine THE RIDE

An ancient mine at the Irvine Spectrum Center has been taken over by some evil force…

THE RiDE 7D is an Immersive, Interactive Motion Ride Experience. You will feel the thrill of a rollercoaster and the excitement of a state-of-the-art laser blasting game all in one.


“We are so thrilled with the excitement THE RiDE 7D has evoked since opening our first location at The Irvine Spectrum Center on October 23, 2015,” says Drew J. Kaplan Founder at THE RiDE 7D. “Our latest Limited Edition Ride, titled Forbidden Mine, is sure to be a huge hit with kids and adults of all ages.”


After a brief tutorial on safety, passengers are buckled into the latest in motion seat technology by Triotech, given 3D glasses and a laser blaster before the real fun begins. 


Forbidden Mine takes riders deep into an old haunted mine where they are tasked with blasting anything evil. At the end of the ride, everybody’s score is displayed on the BIG screen. Match the high score for that week and instantly win a 31” Plush Bat valued at $25.
 

“It’s all about the 7D which stands for dimensions,” says Vincent Brie, VP Site Operations at Triotech, Ride and Content Creators.  “3D glasses make the content on the screen come to life while the other 4D’s are… Motion, Wind, Interactivity and Scoring allowing you to completely immerse yourself in the story.”


Forbidden Mine THE RiDE is a limited Edition ride and will only be available at The Irvine Spectrum Center from February 18, 2016 through May 18th 2016. Other rides such as Zombies, Gigamon and Los Banditos will continue to be year round.


The cost to ride Forbidden Mine is $12 per rider for your first ride and $6 per rider for any same day re-ride. 


Zombies, Gigamon and Los Banditos cost $9 per rider for your first ride and $5 per rider for any same day re-ride. Other packages to ride all three or all four rides are available at the door.

February 19, 2016

An ancient mine taken over by some evil force that claimed it as its lair for himself and his minions. The old miner wants our help to recover his mine. He says there’s danger. Ghosts, ghouls, mummies, bats and even worse? Ah! They are just exaggerated stories from the old miner, right? 

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the ride 7d is born

Irvine Spectrum Center

THE RiDE 7D was founded in 2015, by Drew J. Kaplan with its first location at The Irvine Spectrum Center. They are currently scouting for additional locations throughout Southern California and expect to open a second location this year.   

October 25, 2015

Grand Opening!

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