After we initially teased the video last week, the Hoonigan Media Machine has formally unveiled its newest video, Battle BROyale, featuring Ken Block and BJ Baldwin and a host of other “teammates” competing in a race aboard the new Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle.
If you could pick any vehicle as your ultimate dune machine what would it be? We’re not that picky! Give us any one of these crazy custom machines and some open sand and you can call us happy campers.
Seeing a motorcycle or an ATV jump a rhythm section is one thing. Being able to hit consecutive jumps in a truck, with more weight and horsepower (and a smaller margin of error), is quite a bit different. Check out this awesome video clip of this pre-runner airing it out on these huge back to back jumps.
Without a doubt one of the most popular vehicles on display at the 2016 Sand Sports Super Show was the all new Can-Am Maverick X3. Although the vehicle was released nearly a month ago and a few lucky off-road enthusiasts were able to get behind the wheel at the Idaho UTV Invasion, the Sand Show served as the first glimpse of the new powerhouse UTV for most of the UTV community.
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: