Psyclone at Six Flags Magic Mountain being dismantled
Written by John Quinteros
Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valenica, California will tearing down its Psyclone and Flashback roller coaster for "future expansion."Tweet
The coasters are gone from the park's website and park officials are said to have confirmd the moves.
The demise of Flashback, which hasn't operated for years, should be no surprise. But the removal of Psyclone, another coaster criticized for a rough ride, should provide further proof that Six Flags CEO Mark Shapiro is serious about repositioning the former "Xtreme Park" as a more family-friendly attraction.
[Update: The L.A. Daily News adds to the story, quoting TPI. -- Editor.]
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