Psyclone (roller coaster)
Psyclone at Six Flags Magic Mountain (Valencia, CA, USA ) was a wooden roller coaster manufacturer Dinn Corporation, which the designer Curtis D. Dummer had designed.
It was from its opening on 23 March 1991 until its closure in 2006, and then following the demolition of anything more than 18 years in operation. At the same place then the Apocalypse wooden coaster opened on 23 May 2009.
The layout of the web should remember the legendary Cyclone at Coney Iceland. Your attractions were eleven hill, five inclined high-speed corners and a 56 m long black tunnel.
Psyclone had two trains of the manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard, each with six cars. In each car could four people (two rows of two people) take place. She was the only wooden roller coaster whose trains ( each weighing around 2.3 t) by B & M were prepared.