Six Flags 2018 theme park ride line-up revealed

Six Flags announces new roller coaster to replace Georgia Cyclone

Six Flags announces new roller coaster to replace Georgia Cyclone

Six Flags New England will introduce HARLEY QUINN Spinsanity.

"Harley Quinn is an iconic DC Super-Villain and we are excited to add this action-packed thrill ride with her name next to The Joker, Batman, and Superman in our extremely popular line-up of DC branded attractions", said Six Flags New England president John Winkler.

HARLEY QUINN Spinsanity promises "epic thrills" as it swings people higher and higher into the air, rotating them counterclockwise until they reach a height of nearly 150 feet above ground.

In other park news, Six Flags is holding its annual "flash sale" from now through September 4, which includes savings on season passes and other deals.

The Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster is the world's first dual looping coaster. "The new CraZanity is a mash up of craziness and insane fun, an experience different from anything else we have in our unparalleled thrill ride arsenal".

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More rides announced include hybrid roller coaster Twisted Cyclone coming to Six Flags Over Georgia. The massive new water attraction is a zero-gravity slide complex that packs two extreme slide thrills into one attraction.

The ride will be located in the Mardi Gras section of the park, where King Chaos was removed on August 27.

Six Flags has also announced the start of 2018 Season Pass sales with a Flash Sale offering savings of up to 70% off on a 2018 Pass!

2018 Season Passes provide unlimited visits any operating day for the rest of 2017 (including park admission to Fright Fest and Holiday in the Park), and all of 2018.

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