Sean: With some friends over from Florida I had the chance to spend a full day at Six Flags Magic Mountain. I don’t do this very often but am happy to report I really had a wonderful time and that park operations were impressive and staff was attentive. The construction is moving along and Fright Fest is in full prep currently. The only downside of our time at the park was Viper being closed… more on that in the report below! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – August 15th 2018”
Alexander: Something very exciting has happened! The teaser campaign for Six Flags Magic Mountain’s major new 2019 attraction(s) have begun!
Alexander: Never a dull moment at Six Flags Magic Mountain! Changes to the 2019 project site are a near-daily occurrence! Join us for a quick new update.
Sean: We just launched a new Six Flags Magic Mountain Update last weekend but we like to follow up with another quick update! In this update we’ll take a further look at the Cyclone Bay construction, CraZanity, and more!
Alexander: We’re back at the Thrill Capital of the World. We’ve got a great big Magic Mountain update for you all! Cyclone Bay, CraZanity, Jammin’ Bumpers, and more!
Sean: We needed a day in the sun with a beer and some coasters after a long week at work, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom was the perfect solution. The park was lightly crowded with plenty of re-ride opportunities! Too bad that some major attractions at the park were closed. Read on for a trip report/ park update with Harley Quinn footage! Continue reading “Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Update – July 18th 2018”
Sean: Six Flags Magic Mountain has started construction on a big new project before they even opened CraZanity. Cyclone Bay is currently under construction, and the park is moving fast to free up space and add their next additions. The park has yet to announce what their next new attraction will be, but for now we can take you along for a quick update on the construction! Continue reading “Cyclone Bay Construction Update – Six Flags Magic Mountain – July 12th 2018”
Sean: Six Flags Magic Mountain has opened their newest thrill ride, CraZanity, this week and not only is it a perfect fit for the park, it’s a true Six Flags Magic Mountain thrill ride. Six Flags Magic Mountain has the tendency to open record breaking attractions, and CraZanity is no different. Let’s take a look at the World’s tallest and fastest pendulum thrill ride! Continue reading “The World’s Tallest and Fastest Pendulum Thrill Ride is Now Open at Six Flags Magic Mountain!”
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord, the Most Thrilling Waterpark in Northern California, officially opened its biggest new attraction in the past 10 years — Splashwater Island. The addition of this multi-dimensional, tropical, interactive water play structure for kids and families is the next phase of the overall park transformation and rebranding that preceded the attraction’s opening. Continue reading “Splashwater Island Opens at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord”
Sean: As I had the day off and woke up late, I decided my day was best spent at Six Flags Magic Mountain’s July 4th Fest. I was looking forward to enjoying the atmosphere, get some rides in, and of course stay for the fireworks. Needless to say I rode Viper a couple of times. For those following along on instagram, thanks! For those who did not, here’s a report! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – July 3rd 2018”
Edward – Ride!: Guide to: July 4th Fest 2018 – Magic Mountain Starting June 30th through July 4th, guests will celebrate America as they experience July 4th Fest at Six Flags Magic Mountain. This year’s event will be held for 5 days with an all new food festival, games, and firework laser spectacular taking place every night. Continue reading “What to Experience at Six Flags Magic Mountain July 4th Fest 2018!”
Sean: We just had a Six Flags Magic Mountain Update from late last week, but here we are with another new update with lots of details, Cyclone Bay construction, 4th of July Fest, Hurricane Harbor, CraZanity testing, AND… an Opening Date! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – June 26th 2018 – CraZanity Testing!”
Sean: While we were enjoying our time at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Six Flags Magic Mountain wasted no time getting started on the massive Cyclone Bay project. In addition, the park continues efforts of preparing CraZanity to open to the public. Join us for a quick Six Flags Magic Mountain update with CraZanity and Cyclone Bay construction! Continue reading “CraZanity and Cyclone Bay – Six Flags Magic Mountain Report – June 22nd 2018”
Alexander: Welcome all to Cabin Crew Coaster Kings’ coverage of the American Coaster Enthusiasts’ annual roller coaster convention, Coaster Con!
It’s ACE’s 40th Anniversary, so the convention is being hosted where the club began: Virginia (Six Flags America is also part of the itinerary, located in nearby Maryland).
After picking up our registration packets and reuniting with some of the hundreds of folks I’ve been riding coasters with the last several years, we set out for Six Flags America. Continue reading “Six Flags America – Coaster Con XLI”
Sean: A quick summer afternoon trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain allowed for us to collect a nice bit of pictures for today’s new update. In this update we’ll discuss the reopening of Scrambler, CraZanity construction, the state in which Cyclone Bay is, and more! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – June 12th 2018”