Twisted Twins did not reopen when Kentucky Kingdom did for the 2014 season. After sitting idle for two seasons the park announced Storm Chaser, a new roller coaster that will be built on this site using the steel support structure from the Twisted Twins.
Lola and Stella made up two unique rides one could experience on Twisted Twins at Kentucky Kingdom. Lola (pink) provided a tamer ride with more emphasis on zero-gravity hops, while Stella (teal) offered riders more of a twister ride with its full helix and plentiful instances of lateral forces through its sharp turns. The intertwined structure of these rides left passengers confused and in suspense of where their ride would take them. Twisted Twins was the industry's original "dueling roller coaster".
|1998||Wood||Dueling, Twister||Custom Coasters, Inc.|
Dual tracks duel each other three times during the ride.
Trains named Lola and Stella
2015 – Twisted Twins will not reopen. Instead, the park removes the wood layer track and begins construction on Storm Chaser utilizing the existing steel supports.
2014 – Kentucky Kingdom reopens, but Twisted Twins will not reopen with the park. The future of this roller coaster is uncertain.
2010 – Kentucky Kingdom closes after Six Flags declares bankruptcy.
2008 – Six Flags closed Twisted Twins and the surrounding area starting with the 2008 season to cut operating costs. The coaster has been standing-but-not-operating (SBNO) since this year.
2002 – Twisted Sisters renamed Twisted Twins after the park was threatened with a lawsuit from the rock band Twisted Sisters.
Opening date: June 20, 1998
Train has seven cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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