|Full Name||Super Arrow|
|First Appearance||F-Zero X (1998)|
|Latest Appearance||F-Zero Climax (2004)|
Super Arrow is an F-Zero pilot in the F-Zero series. He pilots the King Meteor.
Super Arrow is a world-renowned superhero on the planet Earth, known for his many daring captures of dangerous intergalactic criminals such as Zoda (whom always manages to slyly escape his grasp time and again). He was first able to greatly publicize himself and his services after entering his very first F-Zero Grand Prix, where literally hundreds of hungry sponsors were clamoring over him. Four years after the Great Accident, Super Arrow was able to successfully bring the races back (with advanced safety regulations, of course) after launching a successful petition with over a thousand different names backing it up. Super Arrow mainly did this because he found it was the best way to hunt down dirty, scheming criminals due to the fact that an overly-popular venue such as the F-Zero would eventually attract each and every one of them like flies to honey. Setting up this petition wasn't easy though, as Super Arrow had to strike a deal with the head of an illegal underground racing division in order to make it possible. This is where Super Arrow had an unexpected run-in with Zoda which then led him to meeting Mrs. Arrow, who claimed she was after the criminal herself. Super Arrow now races in the F-Zero alongside his new wife, Mrs. Arrow, in order to successfully capture any criminal who may be foolish enough to try and conceal themselves amongst a slew of serious and seasoned pilots.
Super Arrow makes several camoes in the game. His machine, the King Meteor makes an appearence as one of the machines seen racing on the Mute City Serial Gaps stage. In addition he appears with the King Meteor as a collectible trophy, and he is also referenced through one of Rick Wheeler's palette swaps.
Super Arrow returns to the F-Zero franchise once again in F-Zero U. Like all other returning pilots, Super Arrow has been aged by ten years, making him 45 years old in this installment of F-Zero. His machine, the King Meteor has been given a much stronger body, allowing it to last longer in races with agressive opponents.