(CNN) — The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is adding yet another attraction to its roster.
While fans of J.K. Rowling’s book and film series will immediately know that the motorbike in question originally belonged to Harry’s godfather Sirius Black, the motorbike plays a major role in the rescue of Harry from his aunt and uncle’s house in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”
Luckily, the ride will be somewhat less nerve-racking — and a lot more fun.
Hagrid’s ride will allow students (four feet tall and taller) to join his Hagrid’s Care of Magical Creatures class and ride magical motorbikes to the mysterious Forbidden Forest, where they will experience the world beyond Hogwarts Castle, according to Universal.
They’ll also spot some of magical creatures who live there, including a centaur; a swarm of Cornish pixies; Fluffy, the three-headed dog; and a creature that was never spotted in the films.
Amid a forest with more than 1,200 live trees, the coaster will take students forward and backward, with twists and turns, at speeds of up to 50 mph into the darkness.
There will be some challenges, including a thicket of Devil’s Snare.
A rep from Universal explains, “For the first time ever, guests will fly with Hagrid on a thrilling roller coaster ride that plunges into the path of some of the wizarding world’s rarest magical creatures.”
Rubeus Hagrid, who is the son of a giant woman and a human man, is known for his deep love for animals and even teaches Care of Magical Animals at Hogwarts, despite the fact that he was expelled from the school when he was a student.
The magical creatures mentioned in the name of the ride have not yet been identified. However, we have some guesses about who might appear — Aragog the giant tarantula, Buckbeak the hippogriff and Norbert the dragon, all of whom Hagrid counts as friends during the series.
Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes in Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida.
The Motorbike Adventure ride will be at Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure theme park in the Hogsmeade village area. In addition to rides, Potter fans can buy wands, drink butterbeer and eat treats like chocolate frogs.
Hagrid is played by Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane in the Potter films.