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The Cyclone at Coney Island

The father of America’s roller-coaster revolution, and the big momma of Coney Island. The Cyclone made its debut on June Start with a 85 foot tall, 60 degree drop and then shake, rattle and roll through 6 turn-arounds and 8 more drops.

Aerial view of Coney Island's Cyclone Rollercoaster a couple of years ago when it was run by Astroland.

Cyclone @ Coney Island went on this bad boy for the first time freakin awesome!

Coney Island's 'Cyclone' roller coaster circa 1977

Coney Island Cyclone Brooklyn NY 1977 - - Print without Frame Brian…

Ready to take the 85 foot plunge on the Cyclone Roller Coaster!

PHOTOS: Coney Island Cyclone turns 85

Coney Island’s world-famous Cyclone roller coaster turns 85 years old on Saturday, and New Yorkers are celebrating the landmark ride with a big boardwalk bash.

Easy rider: Michael Boodley, of Trenton, New Jersey, completes a record-setting 1,1,000th ride on the Cyclone roller coaster at Coney Island's Astroland Park on August 14, 1975

Still a scream after all these years: Coney Island's historic Cyclone roller coaster celebrates 85 years of its 2,640 feet of wooden track, 12 drops and 27 elevation changes

Easy rider: Michael Boodley, of Trenton, New Jersey, completes a record-setting ride on the Cyclone roller coaster at Coney Island's Astroland Park on August 1975

Hurricane Sandy didn’t damage iconic thrill ride, operators say • Brooklyn Daily

Hurricane Sandy didn’t damage iconic thrill ride, operators say

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