Watch Six Flags install Twisted Cyclone’s highest track

Fans can watch the uppermost track be installed on the Twisted Cyclone ride at Six Flags Over Georgia.

“We've crowned-off the Twisted Cyclone track,” Six Flags posted on Twitter. “Climb 100 feet into the air with us to check it all out!”

Consider this a tease for amusement park junkies.

Six Flags spokesman Gene Petriello said the ride is about 15 percent complete, with an expected opening date of Memorial Day weekend.

The Austell amusement park's newest attraction is rising amid the wooden, weathered skeleton of what was once the Georgia Cyclone, which opened in 1990.

The Twisted Cyclone will be made of wood and steel. The bright-blue steel track will provide for a smoother, sturdier and more thrilling ride experience. It will feature a nearly 100-foot lift hill, 75-degree initial drop, reach speeds of 50 miles per hour and  send riders through several head-over-heels inversions and  airtime moments. The park opens for the season on March 10.

Six Flags recently observed its 50th anniversary.

For additional information about the park, operating hours and prices, go to its website.