Take a Virtual Ride on Great Adventure’s New Jersey Devil Roller Coaster
Six Flags Great Adventure's new Jersey Devil Roller Coaster looks like it's going to live up to its wicked name.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. I don't know if I'm woman enough to handle a ride on this coaster. I'd probably poop my pants just waiting in line.
The new Jersey Devil Roller Coaster looks INTENSE just judging from video taken during a recent test run.
This baby goes up 13 stories and travels at speeds up to 58 MPH, Patch.com reports -- and riders sit single--file (nobody, no buddy, to squeeze on!).
The Jersey Devil rolls through the woods over a track that's 3,000 feet long.
The first big 'drop' drags the coaster train down at an 87-degree angle. The Jersey Devil also reportedly goes upside down three times, including on zero-gravity roll.
While the roller coaster hasn't officially with stamped with its opening date, it's being given plenty of practice with what Six Flags calls "water people," which are essentially simulated passengers. One was even named 'Mother Leeds' after the origin of the Jersey Devil.
Can you imagine taking a ride on this thing at NIGHT? What about during Halloween season?! I've got to starting working up some nerve, because although it's a frightening-looking ride, I'm going to have to ride it before the end of summer.