On June 24, 2014 the park announced that Cyclone would close for good after 31-years of operation on July 20, 2014. Originally named the Riverside Cyclone, the name was changed to Cyclone in 2000 at the same time the park was re-branded Six Flags New England.
|Angle Of Descent: 54 degrees||Drop: 75 feet|
|Height: 107 feet||Length: 3,400 feet|
|Trains: 2 - 24 passenger||Top Speed: 45 mph|
|Train Mfg: Philadelphia Toboggan Co.|
2000 – Riverside Cyclone renamed Cyclone. Trains replaced with new trains from Philadelphia Toboggan Co.
2001 – First drop was reprofiled and shortened.
July 20, 2014 – Final day of operation. Six Flags announced on June 24, 2014 that the Cyclone would be closing forever.
Opening date: June 24, 1983
Train has six cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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