The Mother of roller coaster enthusiast culture and the “Big Momma” of Coney Island the Cyclone. Designed by Vernon Keenan.
It is a wooden roller coaster – landmark in New York City (1988) and National Historic landmark (1991).
The Cyclone is second-steepest wooden roller coaster in the world features an adrenaline-charged plunge measuring 85 feet at an uncompromising descent angle of almost 60 degrees, exhilarating drops and curves with 27 elevation variations and a sinuous layout.
Timeless classic and with more than 90 years of operation.