The show stars award-winning Magicians, Al & Sue Belmont, who have headlined aboard cruise ships, at state fairs and at major theme parks across the USA.
It’s one-hour of fast moving family fun featuring big TV style illusions, a potpourri of smaller effects.
Belmont is the recent winner of the prestigious Milbourne Christopher “Master of Magic” Award. The Award recognizes magicians for “excellence in the magical arts.” Previous winners include David Copperfield, Penn & Teller, Siegfried & Roy and Harry Blackstone Jr.
Belmont offers mirth, magic and spectacular surprises. With state of the art illusions, live animals, colorful costumes and lots of audience participation, the Belmont Magic Show adds up to fast-moving entertainment for all from 6 to 96! In addition to receiving the Christopher Master’s Award, Belmont’s credits include Performing Arts Centers, the NJ Festival of Ballooning, the famed Florida Strawberry Festival and Northern Quest Casino.
Belmont presents more than tricks. He creates great family entertainment melding illusions, humor, a captivating voice and warm rapport with the audience to create Real Magic. The charismatic conjuror’s shows elicit wonder, a smile and something to tell your friends about!
It’s Go Time… That siren means It’s Show Time at the Wild Wheels Thrill Arena!! Showcasing 1920’s vintage Indian Scouts, Antique Harley Davidson motorcycles, and a four wheeled racing Go-Kart all working everyday for a living on a 12 ft. vertical board wall. We are a working piece of American history, a museum and family show suitable for all ages from the very young all the way to “antique” models.
Our Wooden Silodrome structure can entertain over 100 people at each show. Every show, you can expect to hear our Siren calling the crowd to gather around and make their way to the stage… Showtime at the Thrill Arena!!
The sport of Motor Drome riding began right here in the United States in the early 1900’s. We are the newest and most authentic show to be traveling in the U.S since the heyday of Motor Drome shows in the late 1930’s. Since the very beginning this type of thrill show has been providing family oriented entertainment where daredevils race and ride just as they have for over 100 years. The Indian Scout is the undisputed best mount for trick riding on the Wall of Death and we at Wild Wheels could not agree more!
First up we have our 1940 Indian Sport Scout hot off the track still going as strong as ever providing an exciting outside performance on our stage. Known as the “Bally Hack” we fire it up at the beginning of every performance to give the audience a glimpse of what they will see on the inside… Next we drop the chains and invite the crown up the stairs to see the main attraction spectators will get to see trick, fancy, and acrobatic riding on our vintage motorcycles as well as the ever dangerous “dips and dives of death”.