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Gamechanger Twisted Cyclone is expected to positively affect visitor perception of the park. “It’s the first ride guests see when they drive up and enter the park,” notes Kaetzel. “The blue track and classic 1960’s sports car themed trains make a perfect first impression. Of course, we expect a new coaster addition to drive the gate, but we also redeveloped the new Coastal section of the park with a Johnny Rocket’s upgrade and new retail, as well as ride photo.”


“Six Flags has had tremendous success with all our


innovative RMC attractions and we expect to see guests enjoying Twisted Cyclone for years and decades to come,” Kaetzel explains. “Twisted Cyclone is the culmination of a five year strategic plan to transform the park. Since 2014, we have added Hurricane Harbor, reimagined Gotham City, built two brand new family sections and created Metropolis, headlined by the world class Justice League Battle for Metropolis…and the best is yet to come here in Atlanta.” “We began the Georgia Cyclone to Twisted


Cyclone conversion late last summer,” he continues, “and it has been fun to watch our guests follow the transformation. Our Six Flags corporate engineering, Six Flags design team and park team, have worked in partnership with RMC to make the transition smooth and most importantly on time, for our guests to enjoy. Six Flags collaboration with RMC has literally created a whole new coaster experience starting with The New Texas Giant and Twisted Cyclone has exceeded our, and Six Flags Over Georgia guest’s, expectations. Our Six Flags engineering team and RMC couldn’t have been better to work with.” “In addition to the innovative ride experience from beginning to end,” Kaetzel concludes, “we are very proud of the seamless branding and integration into our experience at the entrance to the park.”


We proudly present you the Mobile Tower Restaurant, designed and manufactured by the MOST AMUSEMENT RIDES company.


Since March of this year, the mobile tower restaurant is operative in Attractiepark Rotterdam, Doklaan 30, Rotterdam, the Netherlands and we welcome you to visit the site and experience the revolving, mobile tower.


MOST AMUSEMENT RIDES not only manufactures newly designed attractions, we also refurbish used rides according to EN 13 814 TÜV Nord certifications if so desired by the client.


Besides the refurbishment, MOST AMUSEMENT RIDES also sells attractions like the Roller Coaster Shuttle Looping, the TOP SPIN and other rides. Used attractions and slides are exhibited on our business site in Schuinesloot, the Netherlands.


www.mostamusementrides.com NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018 95


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