Front Seat Video Reveals What Flamingo Land’s Sik Roller Coaster Looks Like

Thrill-seekers in the area now have another ride to choose from, as Flamingo Land’s new super-fast roller coaster has officially opened – and it promises to be a thrilling adventure for anyone who dares to take the ride.

Opened today at the theme park in Malton, North Yorkshire, the newest addition will be named ‘Sik’ after a well-known global fashion brand with local ties.

It is understood the £18m ‘Sik’ project will open shortly, after footage emerged from Flamingo Land which featured the first ride, which features GoPro clips of someone shaking the rails of ‘Sik’ .

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Explaining the decision of Flamingo Land’s new collaboration with the fashion brand, the theme park said, “We are proud to announce that we are working with our great friends at Sik Silk, a well-known global fashion brand with very local links.

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Video: LAND OF FLAMINGO.

“The owners of Flamingo Land and Sik Silk Gordon Gibb and Sam Kay, David Johnston and Barry Gill have been friends for years and they wanted to join their two successful local brands and tell their respective stories in an exciting project, and what better canvas to background than a new world-class roller coaster.

“Both businesses are a true British success story with very local roots. Sik Silk is based in Scarborough, the three owners were born and raised there and started their business from one of their bedrooms on a council estate of Scarborough.”

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