Top Ten Roller Coaster YouTubersEvery kind of roller coaster video counts. Vlogs, POVs, reviews, etc.
The Top Ten
This man is all you need to stay updated on the amusement park industry, with videos ranging from top 10 lists, to bold predictions of the future, to videos of 2 parks duking it out, element by element, to breaking news at parks across the world, to basically the "throw the viewer a bone" HONEST COASTER TRAILER! This man has taught me so many things about coasters it is incredible. I give this man full credit for sealing the deal for a lifelong passion for coasters.
Keep up the fabulous work Taylor, keep uploading every day even during the hardships of school. You are my role model, and a teacher to me. A teacher of something I will not learn in school. I teaching I actually want to learn. That is a class I return to every day, the one, the fabulous, Coaster Studios
Taylor, you have helped me judge coasters fairly and review them in a fun, passionate way. I like watching your well informative videos and ridiculously hilarious parodies and build my bravery and motivation to go on great coasters at great parks. I have almost conquered my first year of high school and hope to rule the holy lands of cedar point and playland's castaway cove at ocean city, New Jersey. My home park is kennywood and also liked kings island. On behalf of all coaster enthusiasts I thank the and will go on my conquest of coasters at cedar fair and six flags parks down the road. You are helpful in letting people have the bravery and motivation to enjoy and Hold on to coaster ride memories. May the power of God and B&M be with you always (not arrow dynamics that started the coaster wars.)😂
This is by far the best coaster YouTube channel. While other channnels, like Theme Park Review and Coaster Force just post POVs, Coaster Studios has these awesome videos like coaster countdowns, 5 year plans, park battles, coaster battles, and coaster parodies. Another great thing is that he posts a video a day, meaning that you may never run out of stuff to watch. Although Taylor Bybee is not as well known as people like Robb Alvey and East Coast(er) General, he deserves to be the most famous coaster enthusiast out there.
Coaster studios helped me lose my virginity. I showed my girlfriend a coaster studios video. She got so wet she added up soaking the rug and the couch thanks to Taylors masculine voice and coaster commentary. I ended up screwing her in the butthole because she imagined I was taylor and it was great. Thanks Coaster studios!
Koaster Kids is the worst YouTube channel ever. Bratty littlle autistic kid who has lot of money. Bratty videos showing him using fastlane passes, by the way nobody wants to watch your "documentary film" I'm not necesarily against the idea of a youtube channel with kids like this just its executed wrong. they bag so much
Isn't against the rules to film on a roller coaster? Cameras are loose items and can get lost, causing a fuss, and worse, he/she can hurt themselves or someone from the camera flying toward their face and also mess up the ride.
This is my second favorite coaster channel behind coaster studios. What I like about you guys is that you're channel is unique. I haven't seen any other coaster channel like yours and I would love to meet you guys.
The Koaster Kids are a true testament of having Faith and Belief that any fears, disbelief or anxiety about or over something can be conquered if you step out and face them head-on.
My review is about narcissistic YouTubers who don't follow the rules or safety of others.
Bringing loose items on a roller coaster is dangerous and can injure others and yourself, they have signs and announcements telling so, and also, isn't it against the rules to make point of view videos on them?
The only group on the list that takes point of view's legally with park permissions instead of sneaking cameras on board.
He's so fat he made me realize I need to stay healthy to ride coasters thanks theme park review
I got banned for not calling El Diablo a coaster like my lord and savior, Robb, said to call it.
How do these people hold on their cameras, probably a mount, but isn't it stupid to bring loose items like cameras on a roller coaster and shoot videos on them?.
Great footage without unnecessary commentary. I like hearing the ride, not the guy filming it.
In my opinion, you guys make the best point of view videos on YouTube!
A little better than some, much better than acronyms
Idiots who don't know how to follow the rules of safety about loose items.
Great for construction updates!
In the loop podcast!
He's got great videos and makes some fun vlogs! Should have more subs but congrats on 500 subs!
Coaster Fanatic should have WAY more subs! He has some really good videos and variety.
Nice on ride povs
These people must've gotten permits to film povs on rides, otherwise they're screwed and gonna get doodoo
Super sympathetic, holds an always up to date and provides an always with the latest facts. Best wishes to Bro
Never bring loose articles on roller coasters unless stowing them, and never make commercial about rides making POVs.
One-of-a-kind lovable guy with very honest opinions and very passionate
Great Guy very nice good informations
Foolish act of filming roller coaster point of view videos with/without awareness of hurting others from the camera impact due to grip lost by roller coaster power.
Pretty good point of view's
Some of the best if not the best raw POVs on YouTube are on this guy's channel. Mounted POVs may be a little more "neat", but James C's videos really make you FEEL the coasters.
It's true! He does have the best Raw point of view's on YouTube!
Dumb people who are at risk of injuring or killing others and messing up rides with loose articles such as video cameras.
Very good point of view's
Great point of view's!
Never bring loose items on a roller coaster.
Funniest people in the industry!
Rip Kevin loved your videos
They are maniacs, they disrespect the rules for safety by bringing cameras on them, they're LOOSE objects,
How do these people know what to follow and respect?
Loose items such as phones, hats, glasses, and Cameras, should be stowed or given to a non rider because of the risk of injury and ride malfunction as well as them getting lost.
The nicest youtube channel if like seeing days out to theme parks
Very cool channel with great vlogs and British accents.
Such honey, hilarious guys
He doesn't use a hand camera and it's mounted to him or the ride so it's not going to fly off. Great Channel! He also changed his channel name to Attraction Spot.
Death to others if he lost his grip on his camera by the roller coaster motion, Loose items are not allowed to be used on them.
Pretty decent point of view channel
Awesome HD point of view's. Illusioner for life
What idiots! Loose items on a Roller Coaster?
This guy is all you need to be a coaster enthusiast. Original work, helpful tips, and much more from his mind of amazingness. Oh, and he also likes to trash Six Flags Magic Mountain, giving him another gold star.
This boi has a wack personality, it is good. He also has a copy of Robb Alvey's despised and deleted favorite coasters list, so if you wanna see TPR squirm, ask him for a copy on XYZ Discord, go now!
Don't forget that he also correctly predicted the new "Robin Williams vs Joan Rivers" version of Alien vs Predator at West Coast Bash.
Roller Coaster YouTubers who show no courtesy to others about no loose items.
Some of the most well-traveled and experienced theme park enthusiasts to ever have their own You Tube channel. They are incredibly thorough and last much longer than just about anyone else's.
Uncut, Beat the Beast, and much much more, ranging from fantastic documentaries to amazing theme/amusement park based shows. Coaster-net is number 1, and it should be on this list!
Awesome content from guys that are well-seasoned theme park enthusiasts. They're the only "audio" thing I enjoy listening without having to skip stuff.
They are amazing and keep me up to date with all aspects of coasters. I love listening to their documentaries and appreciate all they do.
I love his opinions. They are very different compared to most roller coaster youtubers. He prefers wood roller coasters and says all of the gigas are overrated. I really respect him for having very different opinions and he helped change the way I look at certain parks and coasters
My fact is that other than mounts,for the handheld devices, loose things could get lost or worse cause injury or even death.
Roller coasters are wild.
AMAZING youtuber, he wants you to enjoy his channel and he does a perfect job
I think he is one of my favorites along with Coaster Studios, Koasyer Kids and Zombieface
Great father-son channel. Builds AMAZING backyard roller coasters, very user-friendly, has loads of other cool videos like POVs, Adventures, and other random tidbits of fun! Highly recommended if you want to know how one builds a roller coaster!
Polished video editing, and great informative content.
Harry's progression is admirable as he explores other insightful formats such as his 'Manufacturers: Explained' series and his recent interview with IMAScore.
One of the most inspiring and promising Coaster Youtubers in my opinion.
I love his explanations on rides I find them rlly informative and helpful
My Man Hazza Makes The Best Theme Park Videos And He Has The Literal White Morgan Freeman Voice
A great channel with a mix of music added to his videos. It's hard to beat Coasterbob62!
Gives great footage of cedar point and kings island
How many people tell you no loose articles?
The best in off-ride footage.
Loose stuff like cameras are dangerous when it comes to roller coasters, that's why they ban them.
Great way to get varied views on the industry+great viewer interaction.
Great repartee between the two hosts.
A very good one. Love the reviews!
Ruben Koet is absolutely perfect!
Nice retro POVs, hence his name
Okay if you haven't seen this guys channel, please go and watch it immediately. His lists and informational videos are so well thought out, and his livestreams are entertaining, unlike most YouTubers. He deserved #1 on this list.