Watch BJ Baldwin Chase A Sasquatch In Recoil 3

If you thought Ken Block’s gymkhana series was a load of adrenaline fueled motoring action, wait till you see this video.

The Hoonigan team is back with the latest installment of the Recoil saga, a killer short film series depicting BJ Baldwin – Baja racer extraordinaire and Sasquatch hunter (apparently) – having its way with a Chevy 800hp Trophy Truck where no off-road racing vehicle has ever raced before.

Appealing to the kids in all of us with pure entertainment, the video follows Baldwin chasing Bigfoot through the dense woods and the streets of Tacoma, Washington, after the mysterious creature stole his Can-Am Maverick (don’t worry, that’s not really Bigfoot; it’s a guy in a suit).

Lucky, BJ Baldwin isn’t as bad at driving as it his at hunting, and provides a series of jumps, drifts and maneuvers that will keep you hooked-up to the screen. It becomes obvious that using a Trophy Truck around the city may very well be one of the craziest things ever, but even so, our main protagonist still doesn’t catch the “legendary, elusive creature”. With this kind of cliffhanger we’ll surely get a sequel next year.


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