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July 4th Celebration Brings Talent.

It was clear that the Superhero Stunt Team wowed visitors at the annual July 4th celebration. Spectators were noticeably entertained when the talented riders rode up the bike ramp and pulled off skilled BMX tricks that you would see at a national event.

The riders showed charisma and got the spectators involved in the event with their skills and talent.

Spectators received autographed posters and were able to talk to the riders.

“I am glad this event was available for the kids,” said a Show Low resident.

Eric Horrell, the owner of Superhero Stunt Team said,” The performances in Show Low were absolutely awesome, we all had such a good time, and we hope to come back.”


Molly K Ottman Executive Editor/Journalist for Mountain Daily Star

Picture Credit: Molly K Ottman

The Superhero Stunt Team in Show Low with owner Eric Horrell.

Dylan Hawley pulled off a tail whip.

Super Hero Stunt team Autographs MOUNTAIN DAILY STAR

The Superhero Stunt Team signing autographs.

Super Hero Stunt Team Dylan Hawley MOUNTAIN DAILY STAR

Dylan Hawley pulled off a flip whip.

Super hero Stunt Team Dylan Hawley MOUNTAIN DAILY STAR

Dylan Hawley pulled off a nothing.


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