Bizarro is a steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. It was designed by Bolliger & Mabillard.The ride debuted as Medusa in 1999 as the World's first floorless roller coaster. The ride contains the most inversions in the park since the removal of the Great American Scream Machine.
The ride features seven inversions:
- 119-foot Vertical loop.
- 95-foot Diving loop.
- Zero G roll.
- 75-foot Cobra roll (one element containing two inversions in one).
- Interlocking corkscrews after the mid-course brake run.
The roller coaster track is royal blue and its supports are purple.The track was originally painted in a lime green.Bizarro offers one of the most bizarre views in the park during the ride. While going around the Diving Loop, Kingda Ka
's tower is visible directly ahead upside down.
This is most noticeable from the far right seat of the front row. Bizarro's On-ride camera is located between the Zero-G roll and Cobra Roll. It is mounted to the rear of the entrance sign.In 2003, the floorless coaster Scream! debuted at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Its layout is a mirror image of Bizarro.
Type Steel - Floorless Coaster
Manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard
Designer Werner Stengel
Lift/launch system Chain lift hill
Height 142 ft (43 m)
Drop 132 ft (40 m)
Length 3,985 ft (1,215 m)
Speed 61 mph (98 km/h)
Capacity 1350 riders per hour
Height restriction 4 ft 6 in (137 cm)