Coney Island History Comes Alive on the Cyclone Roller Coaster!
The Mother of American roller coaster culture and the "Big Momma" of Coney Island, the Cyclone tops everyone's list of things to do in New York City. Get ready to shake, rattle, rumble and roll over 2,640 feet of track featuring 12 drops and 27 elevation changes that still has the stuff to take your breath away. Slowly rise to panoramic heights and grip the bar tight as you go over the ledge on an exhilarating 85-foot, 60-degree plunge at speeds of 60 mph. It's an all-time classic amusement park ride that's kept coaster lovers coming back since the Cyclone roller coaster first debuted on June 26, 1927.