SFOG New 2018
NOW OPEN: Twisted Cyclone roller coaster offers the ultimate thrill—the combination of wood and steel into one adrenaline-pumping coaster unlike any other at Six Flags Over Georgia.
Head-Over-Heels Hybrid Coaster
Combining the traditional wood structure with a steel track, Twisted Cyclone sends guests upside down through three wicked inversions.
Go Perpendicular To The Ground
Experience an insanely steep 75-degree initial drop from nearly 10 stories in the air right into a jaw-dropping reverse cobra roll perpendicular to the ground.
‘One-of-a-Kind’ Coaster Train
The one-of-a-kind coaster train, modeled after a classic 1960’s sports car, sends you racing at 50 miles per hour.
Get the adrenaline rush of feeling weightless through a 360-degree zero gravity roll.
Smoother, Sleeker and More Intense Ride
Ride through 10 hair-raising airtime moments through nearly 2,600 feet of roller coaster track.
Twisted Cyclone intertwines the best of both worlds- a classic wooden coaster with a modern, steel track for a hair-raising, over-the-top thrill ride. Now, hold on to your seat as you check out this twisted photo gallery.
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Six Flags Over Georgia, The Thrill Capital of the South, is located just about 10 minutes west of Downtown Atlanta on Interstate 20. The park is nearly 300 acres with more than 40 rides and attractions, plus the Hurricane Harbor Water Park, with 4 world-class attractions. The park also features seasonal events, including the largest and scariest Fright Fest Halloween event in the fall and the magical winter wonderland of Holiday in the Park during November, December and early January. The park is open from mid-March through early January of the following year. The Twisted Cyclone roller coaster is now open.
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