This morning, I rolled out of bed, and the next thing you know, I was dropping in on the world's tallest, fastest, and longest single-rail rollercoaster. It was a true adrenaline rush! This ride is epic and if you enjoy rollercoasters, it's a must-ride! Six Flags Great Adventure is thrilled to be opening the 'Jersey Devil Coaster' this Sunday, June 13th. I was fortunate to attend media day, the workers at Six Flags were awesome and you can tell the park is ready for people to enjoy the new ride. You can explore the Jersey Devil Coaster below and don't forget to watch the video!

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The Jersey Devil Coaster

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