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Six Flags Great Adventure Is Launching a Totally Cray New Ride Next Spring

Get ready to defy gravity on this new attraction.


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Courtesy of Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari

 

Heads up Six Flags fans: The amusement park is building a brand new, heart-stopping thriller. The CYBORG Cyber Spin will be the first of its kind in North America, opening at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson sometime in 2018.

The CYBORG, which soars seven stories in height, can hold 24 adrenaline-seekers at a time. If you love dangling legs and insane turns, this ride is right up your alley. The CYBORG spins on three different axises, just like a gyroscope, so don’t overindulge in park food beforehand. Riders will move forward, backward and sideways at the same time.

A spokesperson for the park says the ride is a “dizzying combination of negative and positive gravitational forces” which leads us to believe the CYBORG truly is one-of-a-kind. This past June, Six Flags opened JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis, keeping with the park’s DC Comics inspiration. CYBORG’s origin story sticks with its superhero theme: a boy who has portions of his body replaced and enhanced by mechanical parts.

Watch the video… if you can stomach it.

 

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