EXCLUSIVE: Photos of the Jersey Devil Coaster at Six Flags So Far
Six Flags Great Adventure has been keeping us updated on their upcoming new roller coaster:
The Jersey Devil Coaster
The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused the construction of this coaster to be delayed various times but FINALLY...we are seeing some major progress!
Here is what we know:
This roller coaster's top point is 130 feet in the sky. (That equates to being 13 stories high)
It is the world's longest, tallest and fastest single-rail coaster.
The final piece of the track was put into place on Monday, January 25th!
Now don't let this fool you....there is still a lot left to do before this roller coaster can open up for the public.
But here are some of the key features of the Jersey Devil Coaster:
· Four sleek trains of 12 passengers each sitting low and inline style (one rider per row) with their legs straddling either side of the monorail track;
· 3,000 feet of soaring, single-rail, I-beam track;
· Tension-building ascent up a towering, 130-foot lift hill;
· Flying at speeds up to 58 mph;
· Intense elements including a steep 87-degree first drop and overbank cutback; and
· Three dramatic inversions including a 180-degree stall, raven dive, and zero-gravity roll.
And we can do you one better....we have some exclusive photos of what the Jersey Devil Coaster looks like thus far!
Let's take a look:
Photos Of The Jersey Devil Coaster So Far (1/2021)
For information regarding their newest, upcoming roller coaster, head to SixFlags.com/GreatAdventure.