New Hybrid Roller Coaster “Wicked Cyclone” Opens at Six Flags New England

Wicked Cyclone Six Flags New England | I-95 Exit Guide

Six Flags New England launched the first hybrid coaster to hit the East Coast – the Wicked Cyclone. The Coaster Capital of New England is proud to bring the latest in ride technology and innovation to Massachusetts. The Wicked Cyclone offers the ultimate in thrills and adrenaline by combining the extreme characteristics of both steel and wood. Meteorology students from Western Connecticut State University and celebrity storm chaser Reed Timmer from Discovery Channel’s “Storm Chasers” are among the inaugural riders.

Coaster Highlights:

  • One of only 5 hybrid coasters on the planet;
  • 78 degree drop with hair-raising speeds of 55 miles per hour;
  • Jaw-dropping action through 24 different ride elements within 3,320 feet of track;
  • Thematic queue line experience, conveying the powerful force of Mother Nature.

“As an extreme meteorologist and storm chaser, I’ve intercepted some of the most powerful storms in the world, from violent tornadoes to category 5 hurricanes,” said Reed Teamer, nationally acclaimed storm chaser and featured on Discovery Channel’s Storm Chasers. “I CANNOT WAIT to put Wicked Cyclone to the test, this is going to be one wicked ride.”

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