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Construction hybrid coaster The Joker, the over-the-top personality of Harley Quinn is a perfect fit for the outlandish ride layout, and makes a dynamic addition to the park.


Defying the genre Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster is a Skywarp ride from Skyline Attractions. It is the world’s first-of-its-kind dual looping ride, but is not, strictly, a coaster: it’s fully powered throughout with a preset program and never coasts. However, it looks like a coaster, featuring continuous inversions along a vertically stacked figure eight track. The ride features multiple head-to-head high flybys at combined speeds of 70 mph (113 kph). The 62 foot (19 m) tall ride occupies a compact footprint of 120 feet by 30 feet (37m x 9m) and offers an hourly capacity of up to 800. Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster is different from any other


ride because it utilizes one train with two sets of passenger vehicles. Riders love it because the ride system appears to be two trains dueling, but the maintenance teams appreciate the fact that it is one ride with one drive system. At Skyline Attractions, the attraction moved from initial concept and design to the opening of this prototype in just 18 months. “Since this ride did not open until later in the summer, it


was more of an added bonus for guests already at the park,” noted McCoy. “So far, our guests do like the ride. It is a powerful ride that packs a lot into its compact design. I was one of the first to ride it. With two vehicles traveling at the same time, there is an adrenaline rush when the cars pass directly past each other, something we call the ultimate flyby moment. You can actually see the faces of the riders in the other cars as they rush by.”


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World’s first dual looping coaster debuts


he groundbreaking new roller coaster is themed after one of DC’s most popular Super Villains: Harley Quinn. Located next to popular Rocky Mountain


“We strongly believed in this concept from the beginning,” offered Jeff Pike, president and founding partner of Skyline Attractions. “It was wonderful to have a partner like Six Flags who believed in that vision as well and helped us achieve it in such a short turnaround. We couldn’t have made this happen this quickly without that strong partnership.” The experience offers 32 passengers a unique journey as they board the competing 16-seat ride vehicles. Uniquely designed vehicles were developed especially for this ride with the front and rear cars identical at the nosepiece while the middle cars seat four passengers face-to-face. The train rocks back and forth, building up to full speed before completing several thrilling forward and reverse rotations through the twin Immelmann inversions. The two vehicles duel one another as riders race repeatedly around a 360-foot (110 m) circuit of lemniscate (figure eight) track. Two vehicles race forward and backwards then charge each other head-to-head to create a dueling riding experience. Riders experience up to 12 head-over-heels inversions.


After the two trains travel back and forth, the ride does three forward rotations and another three in the opposite direction. There is a tantalizing ‘High Five’ moment when the two high speed trains pass each other giving the illusion that riders can actually reach out and “high five” the other riders as they careen by. Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster is located across from The Joker and adjacent to Superman Ultimate Flight.


Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster


Specifications Height: 62 feet (19 m) Track Length: 360 feet (110 m) Passengers: 32/800pph Min Rider Height: 48 inches (1.2 m) Footprint: 120x30 feet (37x9 m) Speed: 35 mph (56 kph)


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018


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