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VIDEO: We tried out Six Flags' new Harley Quinn rollercoaster

Six Flags over Texas has a new ride that defies the laws of physics. Six Flags over Texas has a new ride that defies the laws of physics.
ARLINGTON, TX (KLTV) -

Thrill seekers have a new ride to conquer at Six Flags over Texas.

Those who are seeking a little insanity in their lives, don't need to look farther than Gotham City at Six Flags over Texas. Six Flags is debuting their new ride, HARLEY QUINN Spinsanity this weekend. 

East Texas Now's Jeremy Butler and the East Texas Weekend's Kendyl Turner got a sneak peak of the ride today during the park's media day. They shared their screams and experience live on East Texas Now. 

Riders can defy gravity as they spin forward, backward and sideways, all while being 70 feet up in the air. The ride's triple box design allows the ride to spin on three separate axes, giving riders a belly-churning experience. 

"Seater 24 across with over-the-should harnesses, riders will experience a thrilling combination of negative and positive gravitational forces," state Six Flags in a statement.

Visitors to the park can start lining up for the ride this Saturday, July 14.

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