Georgia Cyclone to Close on July 30

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  1. Johnathan says:

    I am familiar with this process as a park employee. I can confirm the ride will be undergoing “significant” modifications that will be done by RMC. The ride had to be closed so the modifications could be completed in time for 2018. Hope you guys aren’t scared of the dark 😉

  2. Christian says:

    Wild One is not a Dinn coaster. Charlie Dinn only supervised in the relocation/reassembly process of Wild One (which came from a defunct park in Massachusetts). So this would make only four Dinn coasters left. Of those four, the one most likely to receive a visit from Richard Michael Crosby in the near future would be Wolverine Wildcat (Thunder Run and Timber Wolf have both been rehabbed in the recent past)

  3. Zachary says:

    I am pretty sure this will be an RMC.

  4. Eric says:

    I definitely see RMC coming in for this project… and got my fingers crossed that RMC Georgia Cyclone is happening. Today is its last day of operation, and Six Flags makes its 2018 announcement on August 31.

    I could see it having over-banked and outer-banked turns, a Wicked Cyclone style zero-G stall element, a Twisted Colossus style double-down element, a couple of barrel-roll inversions. Hopefully Alan Schilke and Fred Grubb and company can and does give us something good. As for name, I could see it being rechristened as Twisted Cyclone. Would love to see “The most fun a coaster can be” slogan brought back. Hopefully SFOG gives Georgia Scorcher a new paint job, and Log Jamboree gets some refurbishment as well.

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