Six Flags Magic Mountain has announced the opening date for the brand new Twisted Colossus roller coaster.
— Six Flags MM (@SFMagicMountain) April 29, 2015
The new thrill ride, opening May 23rd, replaces the iconic Colossus coaster which was shut down in August.
The four-minute-long ride spans roughly 5,000 feet of track, making it the longest hybrid coaster in the world, according to Six Flags. The coaster includes a steep 116-foot drop, 18 airtime lifts, a “High Five” — where two trains face each other as they pass through an over banked turn, and a “Top Gun Stall” — an inversion where the train slows while it is upside down.
This is a simulation of what the ride should look like when it opens and I for one can not wait!