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Mind Bender reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Mind Bender, a roller coaster at Six Flags Over Georgia. (The minimum height to ride is 42 inches.)

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Posted: February 27, 2012

A terrain hugging, steel looper built by Anton Schwarzkopf. Dubbed the first triple looping coaster, but one loop is an intense helix.

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24 votes, so far

This is one of the most addicting coasters anywhere. Such a classic, and so much fun. Great ride! Old but still one of the best coasters in the park. - Joey Till

Good ride, i was dizzy and could barely think after i got off that ride, lives up to the name - Aly-Tori Kent

it is fun but, my brother got hurt on the ride and had to go to the parks health services but got better then we left the park so as i was saying, the ride is fun really cool still all the times we went there we avoided that ride like the plaque wish i could go on it again(that tells you that i love the ride) ride it but keep you head back it could lead to injury. - Manny Rodriguez

Very intense through loops with lap bar but best Schwarkopf looper. Fun forest feeling but too short! I went through the second loop and thought "is that it?" Must at Six Flags over Georgia. It really lives up to the name! 8/10 - Edward Morgan

It's an okay coaster, I'm not a big fan of Schwartzkopf coasters. Everyone of his, so far, has giving me whiplash at some point during the ride. I do not like the fact that the G's are so strong thru the loops that my head gets thrown forward (no matter how hard I hold it back against the seat) & it extremely hard to get my head back against the seat. I do, however, luv the new colors (Riddler theming). - Adrienne McDonald

nice ride,good for beginers - Tyler Bell

Very fun coaster for the people stepping up to loops. The turn near the waterfall can be rough if you don't press against the seat and stay back. They call it "The World's first triple looping coaster" even though it only has two actual inversions. - Bradley Keith

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