A Wild, World-Record-Holding Roller Coaster Is Coming To New Jersey: Here Are The Details

Calling all thrill-seekers: New Jersey has the newest world-record-holding roller coaster for you to try. Yep, Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey is outdoing itself again with a roller coaster that’s a special tribute to the great state of Jersey. Dubbed the “Jersey Devil Coaster” after the state’s own legendary, (probably) mythical monster, the roller coaster features a 130-foot drop at an 80-degree angle, 3000 feet of track, and three loops. It’s going to be the scariest single-rail coaster in the world, and we don’t say that lightly.

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Granted, the roller coaster reaches a maximum speed of 58 miles per hour, which is slower than some other attractions in the park. But considering you’re ascending those steep hills, going upside down, and speeding for so long all by yourself with no one to grab on to — yeah, OK, it sounds terrifying to us.

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