Six Flags Over Georgia continues to slowly begin its construction process over in the area that was once the Georgia Cyclone. While the park has yet to announce anything for 2018 (that is expected to happen on August 31, 2017), Six Flags continues to keep busy on the site of the former iconic wooden coaster. Currently, most enthusiasts believe that Georgia Cyclone will get the Rocky Mountain Construction (RMC) Iron Horse treatment. A few believe that the site of the former Georgia Cyclone could be leveled in order to make way for a new S&S 4D Free Fly coaster. Without the announcement in hand, few things are known, but it seems a bit odd that the park would take its time and be careful with the wooden structure of the former Georgia Cyclone if it was not simply going to tear it all down. In recent weeks, Six Flags has placed new fencing around the service road in order to then cut into the fence that once separated the Georgia Cyclone from the service street. This allowed construction crews to go in, remove some wood from the old coaster add bracing to the structure in order to move a crane into the center area of the former coaster track. Take a look at the video footage we took during a recent visit and tell us if you feel RMC Iron Horse conversion is in the plans for Six Flags Over Georgia!