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New ride coming to Six Flags St. Louis next year

New Six Flags St. Louis ride will leave you spinning

Six Flags St. Louis has announced a new ride Spinsanity coming next year. Spinsanity features a massive disc that rotates first in one direction and then another while spinning from side to side. Forty guests sit on motorcycle-style seats facing o
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Six Flags St. Louis has announced a new ride Spinsanity coming next year. Spinsanity features a massive disc that rotates first in one direction and then another while spinning from side to side. Forty guests sit on motorcycle-style seats facing o

Six Flags St. Louis has announced a new ride coming next year.

Spinsanity features a massive disc that rotates first in one direction and then another while spinning from side to side. Forty guests sit on motorcycle-style seats facing outward as the disc flies along the 51-foot high half-pipe track all while whirling around at 14 revolutions per minute.

“We continue to give our guests more and more unique thrills at Six Flags St. Louis,” Pete Carmichael, park president, said in a released statement. “The multi-directional movement of the ride combined with the innovative seating design makes Spinsanity a must experience ride.”

The new ride is expected to open in the spring of 2017 and will be located across from Tsunami Soaker in the Chouteau’s Market section of the park.

Spinsanity riders must be a minimum of 48 inches tall.

News-Democrat

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