Orlando — Skyline Attractions, LLC, has unveiled the HARLEY QUINN Crazy Coaster, which will be a “maniacal” addition to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Northern California, according to James Geiser, VP of marketing and sales for Six Flags Theme Parks. The coaster works as an 8-shaped double loop. “Two trains of 16 passengers will pass each other several times,” says Jeff Pike, partner/president of the Orlando-based developer of the ride, marketed as Skywarp. The ride is named after a DC Entertainment Super-Villain, will be one of four in a DC-themed area of the park. It is set to open in spring 2018.
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