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Ride Profile


Wood meets steel at Six Flags Over Georgia


one of 2018's top new coasters, Twisted Cyclone offers maximum thrills by combining the best of both coaster worlds, a classic wooden structure integrated with a modern, steel track for multiple inversions and a smoother, more thrilling riding experience. “Six Flags, in partnership with RMC, was the innovator of


A Twisted Cyclone


Fast Facts Hybrid wood and steel roller coaster 3 inversions 3 overbanked curves 360º twisting zero gravity roll Reverse cobra roll 76º first drop


Maximum speed: 50 mph (80 kph) Height: 96 feet (29 m) Length: 2,340 feet (713 m) 10 airtime hills 1:22 total ride time 0:46 ride in thrill zone Black and red coaster trains 24 riders/train in six cars of 2 rows of 2 seats Manufactured by: Rocky Mountain Construction


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this incredible hybrid technology,” says Dale Kaetzel, Park President, Six Flags Atlanta Properties. “We couldn’t wait to transform our classic Georgia Cyclone structure into Twisted Cyclone, which is unique to the region and a one-of-a kind thrilling coaster experience. The difference is speed, three incredible inversions and a massive wave turn our guests will enjoy over and over again.” “Twisted Cyclone is a great reason to buy a membership and enjoy our wide variety of rides here at Six Flags Over Georgia through the summer and during our signature Fright


ll-new hybrid coaster Twisted Cyclone, a Rocky Mountain Construction creation, opened at Atlanta's Six Flags Over Georgia this summer. Recognised as


Fest and Holiday in the Park events,” he adds. “Twisted Cyclone appeals to all and is high-end thrilling, but very repeatable. It’s great to see the look on guests faces when they exit the ride.” Kaetzel has ridden repeatedly and reports, “I have and


would say that different elements have stood out each ride. The best part of the ride is the non-stop action and elements throughout the entire course…with a big finish that carries speed to the very end.” Inspired by the classic Coney Island Cyclone, Twisted


Cyclone offers a wooden structure combined with a modern, steel track for multiple inversions and a smoother riding experience. The coaster measures 2,340 feet (713 m) long and drops riders 96 feet (29 m) at speeds of 50 mph (80 kph). It features three head-over-heels inversions including a reverse cobra roll, 10 airtime moments, a 75º initial drop, and a weightless 360º zero gravity roll, among other features. Riders will be seated in one-of-a-kind custom coaster trains modeled after a classic ‘60s sports convertible.


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