New attraction announced to replace Six Flags' Georgia Cyclone

The 27-year-old wooden coaster is closing.

AUSTELL, GA. - Six Flags Over Georgia has released the first teaser for an attraction to replace the legendary Georgia Cyclone.

Project 2018 is replacing the old wooden roller coaster that opened in 1990 but closed last month after 27 years and 8.7 million riders later.

The park will release three more videos/teasers over the next couple of weeks, leading up to an announcement whose date has not been released.

PHOTOS: Last ride for the Georgia Cyclone

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