Hot off the heels of its new Maverick X3 unveil (which we recently drove), Can-Am Off-Road and Hoonigan have partnered on a new video called Battle Broyale that will officially launch next week. Prior to the full video unveil, the Hoonigan and Can-Am folks have offered up a teaser of the video to whet the appetite.
Boys will inevitable be boys, especially when you get a group of them together. Professional off-road truck drivers are no different. Mix in high horsepower and an audience and let the one-upping commence.
It’s hard to say just what types of videos get our blood pumping the most, but big air videos are near the top. Props to this guy for hanging it all on the line and for saving what could have been a big crash. We’re guessing he’s going to think twice next time… assuming he gets his truck all put back together.
There are professionals and there are amateurs. Then there is a class of people that have no business being where they are and we would put this guy in that category. Maybe his paint job had something to do with it… but this is an example of how not to climb the Escalator on Hell’s Revenge in Moab, Utah.
We’ve been getting acquainted with some of the names and faces of the Southern Rack Racing Series as of late. There’s no doubt these folks can drive, not to mention build some incredible off-road vehicles. While we’ll never hesitate to tip our hat to any of the drivers, from the looks of this video, Tim Cameron was a little overzealous in his first attempt at this hill climb.
Check out the video below:
Ever since its introduction in 2003, Nissan has built its Titan trucks at its Canton, Mississippi, plant, a relatively small town north of the state capital that’s home to about 13,000. Nissan recently released a video showing the pride and history of the plant and its importance to Nissan’s truck line.
Bryce Menzies has earned accolades and victories in his short career in off-road racing, but this past weekend he took on a new challenge: he looked to break the record for for the longest off-road jump on Saturday. The Bryce Menzies New Frontier was sponsored by Red Bull and Pennzoil, and the feat was set in an movie set ghost town in New Mexico… Menzies was trying to jump the town from end to end. But would he make it?
Can-Am recently pulled the cover off of its latest side-by-side, the Maverick X3, unveiling to the off-road world the vehicle it had been teasing over the past month. The new X3 will be offered in three different models, including the base X3, X3 X ds, and the X3 X rs, the last of which will provide up to 24 inches of suspension travel. The Maverick X3 is also headlined by its turbocharged, intercooled triple-cylinder Rotax ACE engine rated to produce 154 horsepower. Can-Am says the Maverick X3 is capable of producing a 0-60 mph time of 4.9 seconds.
Coming fresh off the recent BITD Vegas to Reno race and off-site training for his big jump this weekend, Bryce Menzies and team headed to the ghost town in New Mexico where he will attempting his record-breaking jump this Saturday, August 27. Menzies will be launching his Pro 2 truck hundreds of feet in an attempt to break the off-road truck distance record of 332 feet.