BATMAN: The Ride
Show your strength and bravery as you take on GOTHAM’s criminals.
BATMAN The Ride will show you what it feels like to be the ultimate caped crusader, on this intense 50-mile-per-hour juggernaut.
Step through the tall carved gates of Bruce Wayne’s favorite place. At first the lovely park grounds of GOTHAM seem peaceful enough, but decay and crime start to creep in the further you go. You’ll journey deep into the Bat Cave. But there’s only one piece of equipment that matters right now, and that’s the steel inverted beast you are about to board, blasting off into the sky over GOTHAM.
As you load into your chair hanging from an overhead track prepare to fight crime.
Following an 11 story climb to the top of the lift, brace yourself for a full 360-degree loop. After escaping that obstacle, now there’s a Zero-G roll, then a second loop waiting for you about ten seconds later! Next up you’ll be pounded by a double set of outside helixes with enough G-force to make you scream in slow motion. How do a whopping 4 G's sound? Because that’s what you’ll be taking right about now. All in all, you’ll face a mind-warping five inversions.
Now watch the ground under your dangling feet whip around as the city below flips over and over, through a tightly packed series of gravity-defying twists that will consume you, just like the criminals of GOTHAM CITY.
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What Our Guests Say
"I had ridden the Batman ride at Six Flags, but this was our eight year old son's first time. He loved it, and we rode it five times!"
"Batman gives me the feeling of flying, especially when in the front row. I love all the twists and turns and the exhilaration I feel."
"An amazing ride that allows anyone to feel as if they defy gravity. The twists, turns, and loops provide an awesome experience for anyone."
"I had an amazing experience on this ride! I rode at night, so the twist and turns combined with speed created a great sensation for me. Thank you."
"Batman is the best ride at Six Flags. There are a lot of seats so all my friends can ride together, and I love going upside down."
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