Nine days. Nine days until SPECTRE, the 24th Bond film, is released stateside and we finally get to see the Aston Martin DB10, Jaguar C-X75, Land Rover Defender “Bigfoot” and the Range Rover Sport SVR in glorious action.
As some of you may know, I have been busy for just about the last year keeping up with all the crazy automotive mayhem going on with the upcoming Bond film, SPECTRE. Well folks, this is what it has all been building to.
The Beaulieu motor museum in jolly ol' England is hosting a truck event they've dubbed truckmania, where Big Foot and Optimus Prime will headline a weekend of awesome trucks.
Does Sasquatch (or Sasquatches) really exist? That question has been hotly debated by the scientific community for decades. But now, one Idaho State University cryptozoological team is hoping to finally provide a definitive answer—using this autonomous blimp outfitted with NASA-quality photographic equipment.
When Bob Dylan dropped his acoustic guitar and went electric, diehard fans felt betrayed and were actively against the move.
While Bigfoot has been spotted for decades in the woods around the United States, almost every single video has been proven to be a hoax.
Joe Sylvester, 26, wants to break the 202-foot long jump record for monster trucks set by Bigfoot in 1999. On Tuesday, he took a practice jump of half the distance, but generated about twice the altitude he needed. Gravity sucks.
Yeah, I'm a little stumped here on this big-footed Soviet-block Trabant. Do we think it actually runs and more importantly, how would it do taking on Truckasaurus?
On the occasion of the under-a-different name reunion of the second-best Black Sabbath line up ever (Dio, Iommi, Butler and Ward), we thought we'd offer up a question of great import. If Ronnie James Dio, diminutive man of metal — and true bearer of the genre's flame — were to have an automobile created in his image,…
The 14th and latest incarnation of the legendary Bigfoot isn't owned by Bob Chandler, the O.G. monster truck guru who kickstarted the genre 30 years ago. It's the property of one Dave Harkey, who does 35 shows a year, driving his own rig and often working on the truck alone. A former circle track racer, Harkey's…
Quote the Wrestleman: "Strong Bad doesn't sell out to anybody, man. No matter how monstrous their truck show may or may not be." And neither did Bob Chandler: even our Playskool toy Bigfoot was admirably torquey. Hard to believe but it's been 30 years since Bigfoot's genesis. St. Louis-based Chandler got the bug for…