On March 1, 1992, a new roller coaster was unleashed onto Six Flags Over Georgia. In its heyday, the lines were long, and guests loved it and wanted more. Nearing its 25th anniversary, the Ninja roller coaster at Six Flags Over Georgia, can [at times] be a walk on or [at worst] have a fraction of the wait time than other coasters in the park.
Here is the “Black Belt of Coasters.” Sitting over a lake, riders will experience thrilling ways of being turned upside down five times at speeds of 52 mph. It’s sleek, black cars racing on a red track make for a visually stunning appearance as you walk up to experience this.
But, did you know that this coaster was purchased from another park and brought to Six Flags Over Georgia? In 1989, this coaster was known as the Kamikaze at Conko’s Party Pier in New Jersey. Six Flags purchased it, and it has remained in Georgia ever since. The next time you are in the park, remember to show some coaster love to the Ninja. Fans, comment if you know what ride was replaced by the Ninja.