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Bizarro reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Bizarro, a roller coaster at Six Flags New England. (The minimum height to ride is 54 inches.)

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Posted: September 20, 2011

Formerly known as Superman: Ride of Steel.

Generally considered the best steel coaster on the planet, this attraction underwent a transformation in 2009 with the introduction of new trains featuring on-board audio, as well as special effects along the ride including fire and mist.

Riders climb 208', experience 10 seconds of weightlessness, and reach speeds of 77 mph along a mile+ long (5400 foot) track. Two underground tunnels are featured on this ride. The first drop is 221'.

This is a Flashpass attraction.

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Readers' rating:

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32 votes, so far

Really smooth ride. Had a nice drop and pretty intense layout. Really fun. - Andrew Dougherty

Bizarro to this day is my favorite roller coaster ever! Its hard to get better than a fantastic drop mixed with intense curves, bunny hills producing great airtime, and the effects to go with it. Bizarro is just absolute perfection. The only downside is that you half to get off - Joey Till

Best airtime of any coaster in the country. Mill.Force and Superman/Bizarro have been ranked 1 and 2 for the last 10 years by Golden Ticket. - scott landry

I rode this when it was still Superman but it is AWESOME. First Mega Coaster I've actually ridden more than once! It is SOOOO freaking smooth it's unbelievable. On the second ride, I ended up unfortunately in the back...scared the pants off me. If you luv airtime, sit in the back. I don't really like air time, at least not THAT much of it. I thought I was gonna be ejected, luckily I wasn't but I can assure you I was hanging on for dear life. I won't sit in the back anymore but I'd luv to ride it again! Too bad there's not a score higher than 10 on here, I'd give it a 100++. Just keep in mind, large people cannot ride this ride. I BARELY fit in the seatbelt & I MEAN BARELY. I liked to have never gotten it fastened but luckily I did. You will NOT be disappointed! - Adrienne McDonald

After taking a side trip to SFNE just to ride this coaster, I can state that it is indeed a very fine creation. The best in the world, or even second best? Not so sure... it is a fast and fun ride, that never lets up, and is definitely in the discussion of "best steel coasters", but I am not sure it is my favorite. Not even sure it is quite as intense as Titan at Six Flags Over Texas, or that it provides as much airtime as Apollo's Chariot at Busch Gardens Williamsburg... but when dealing with greatness it is all just splitting hairs anyway. Bizarro is a great ride, especially in the front where the sensation of flight is unbeatable (if you don't want to wait in line for the front row, the back car provides the next best experience). 9/10, easy. - James Rao

best coaster on the planettttttttttt. - Arianna Biffel

Perfection! Bizarro blends height, speed, length, airtime and force into one great package. The lap bars allow total freedom and and unbelievably thrilling ride, especially in the back. Also a great view of the Connecticut River from the lift hill. If the theming was upped this ride would trump all! - David Garey

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