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Bizarro at Six Flags Great Adventure

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Frontier Adventures

Roller coaster

Opening Date:
Apr 2, 1999

142 feet

3985 feet

Maximum speed:
61 mph

Bolliger & Mabillard

Floorless Coaster

Minimum height:
54 inches

Originally known as Medusa, Bizarro was installed at Six Flags Great Adventure in 1999 at a cost of some $15 million. The floorless roller coaster was designed by Swiss firm Bolliger & Mabillard, and currently boasts more inversions (seven) than any other coaster at the park.

After plunging down a 132-foot first drop, riders on Bizarro hit a top speed of 61 miles per hour. They then race through a 199-foot vertical loop, a 95-foot diving loop, a zero-g roll, a cobra roll and interlocking corkscrews.

In 2009, the coaster underwent a transformation to its current theme, with new pyrotechnic, water and fog effects being added. It is named after Superman's evil alter ego, Bizarro.

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