If you like a bakkie (Or truck for those not from South Africa), then you are going to wonder firstly, how the hell BJ Baldwin does the things he does in his truck and secondly why Chevrolet SA do not sell trucks in a market that loves them… I must warn you, you are going to want to go hoon your truck once you watch the third installment of the hugely popular web series, Recoil.
BJ Baldwin heads to the Pacific Northwest with his 800hp Trophy Truck to battle Bruce The Sasquatch in a showdown for the ages in #Recoil3. If you thought you’d seen it all in RECOIL 1 & RECOIL 2, you were mistaken.
I am sorry Ken Block, but you have been outdone. The Gymkhana videos were insane, but the Recoil series has just stolen my heart. I now want a Trophy Truck more than a night of elicit happenings with Alana Blanchard. Just in case you missed Recoil 1, see below! (I can guarantee if you watch 1, you will watch both!)
How do B.J. Baldwin and an 850 horsepower Trophy Truck with 39 inch asphalt slaying Toyo tires follow up the retina stinging, mind blowing piece of incandescent cinematic magic that was #RECOIL? The answer: by introducing the world to URBAN Off Roading in #RecoilTWO!
Finally the long debated and sought after question of what would happen if you unleashed one of these Monsters onto the unsuspecting Urban Streets is answered in one of the most visually stunning pieces ever shot.
Filmed in front of a live audience in BJ’s second home of Ensenada, Mexico, never before has a full blown race car of any sorts been set free on public roads in the middle of the day, full of people, traffic and the everyday hustle of metropolitan life. From jumping over city streets to careening down undeveloped housing pads and ripping through the waters of the Pacific Ocean #RecoilTWO is truly a sequel that is better than the original.