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Ninja reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Ninja, a roller coaster at Six Flags Over Georgia. (The minimum height to ride is 48 inches.)

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Posted: November 28, 2009

A custom Vekoma MK-1200 featuring a butterfly loop, a reverse sidewinder, and a double corkscrew.

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32 votes, so far

It doesn't rattle you as much as Ninja at SFSL, but it's still just a bit too bumpy for my tastes. - Roger S

Not smooth, but it dosn't bother me. Is clear to see it bothers others tho. I do *kinda* like it because of its cool bent looking loops that you won't find anywhere else. Cool coaster that i dont mind, but you proly will. - Joey Till

Vekoma makes death machines. There, I said it. I haven't ridden it with the new trains, it will take quite the courage to step back in line. If it indeed is smoother, good. The course looks pretty cool. - Bradley Keith

I want to ride this one again. It really was a headbanger & really 'got you' in the inversions but I'd ride it again. - Adrienne McDonald

Recently SFOG has added new blue trains(so obviously not repainted) and the ride is not near as rough as before. For the first time ever, i enjoyed the ride and was willing to ride a second time. The ride is still rough, but not enough to take away from the amazing layout of the ride. 8/10. - David L.

rough, gives me a headache. - Tyler Bell

I had a migraine and neck ache for the rest of the day. Even literally holding my head with my hands could not stop the shaking. After riding this we all decided to ride the water ride (its always the last thing) and leave. I would not advise riding this! Terrible, TERRIBLE coaster - Terri Pierce

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