You could be the first to ride the new Kings Island roller coaster

Posted at 5:20 PM, Feb 09, 2017

Want to get a sneak preview of the new Kings Island coaster and give back to a good cause?

Cincinnatians who want to be the first on Mystic Timbers, the theme park’s 109-foot-tall, 3,265-foot-long wooden roller coaster, can buy themselves a seat with a donation of $100 or more to the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation.

The foundation, established by Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, benefits children with special needs at Cincinnati hospitals.

Those who donate at least $100 through FirstGiving online will earn themselves a ticket to the Kings Island First Official Rider dinner April 13, unlimited rides on Mystic Timbers for that night and First Official Rider memorabilia.

Additionally, the top five fundraisers will receive a souvenir autographed by Andy Dalton.

So have fun, give back and scream your head off on the new ride -- and when you do, let us know what's in the shed. We're dying over here!