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Motorcycle stunt show coming to the Four Corners

FARMINGTON, N.M. — Looking at stuntmen and women of all ages set their life on the line to accomplish the difficult has been a cornerstone of American amusement ever considering that the 1960s when Evel Knievel drew substantial crowds for his daredevil motorcycle jumps.

Now, a new kind of motorbike clearly show in the 4 Corners hopes to renew that similar excitement for motorcycle stunts.

“You will see some fellas jumping a 75-foot gap and pulling methods 45 feet in the air, like practically touching the roof on the Farmington Coliseum – and you will see some men heading upside down in a ball of metal,” discussed Jonathan Dominguez, the show director for MOTOXTEME Circus.

It is not just the lights, the bikes and the jumps that get men and women thrilled – it’s also the exclusive acquire on severe sports.

“It’s not just bikes, it is termed MOTOXTREME Circus simply because there are motorcycles involved but it’s a lot more like motion sport, also BMX freestyle,” Dominguez reported. “This is the very first of this type of event, we incorporate action athletics and circus acts, and it’s been excellent in each individual metropolis and each individual town that we go in.”

Dominguez hopes this event will convey the crowds out like in 1965.

“We are on a mission to convey some enjoyment to lots of towns that really don’t have this type of event, like motion sports activities,” he said, “and we simply call it the great stuff going to many towns that in no way experienced it just before.”

As for the show’s most recent dancer, Nathalia Alves, it is a opportunity for her to not only deliver entertainment but to see the earth.

“It’s a really new expertise and each individual single day is a various working day, this is so amazing,” Alves reported.

MOTOXTREME Circus will have two exhibits Saturday at McGee Park in Farmington.