Trick Flow BIGFOOT

All those interesting people trying to track down Bigfoot in the Pacific Northwest have it all wrong.

We have it on good authority that every single BIGFOOT ever will be roaming the Southeast on April 18-19–at the Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama. That’s every single BIGFOOT monster truck (all 12 of ’em) in one location for the only time in 2015!

The Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama is one of the South’s largest automotive shows, and the entire BIGFOOT fleet will be on-hand to celebrate the legendary monster truck’s 40th anniversary.

“This is great being able to have all of my trucks in one location; we can’t thank Summit Racing Equipment and their whole team enough!” said BIGFOOT owner Bob Chandler.

The truck and driver lineup includes:

BIGFOOT #1                “The Original Monster Truck®” – Bob Chandler (Saturday Only, time TBD)

BIGFOOT #5                “World’s Tallest and Heaviest Monster Truck” – Jim Kramer

BIGFOOT #8                “BIGFOOT’s First Tube-Chassis Monster Truck” – Bob Brown

BIGFOOT #10              “BIGFOOT’s First Mid-Engine Monster Truck” – JR Adams

BIGFOOT #11              “1995 Record Jump of 117 Feet” – Kevin Koszala

BIGFOOT #12              “First Designated Display Truck” – Ron Bachmann

BIGFOOT #14              “Jumped a Plane in 1999” – Josh Gibson

BIGFOOT #15              “Debuted at the 1994 SEMA Show” – Rick Long

BIGFOOT #18              “First Concussion BIGFOOT Chassis” – Larry Swim

BIGFOOT #19              “First CRD BIGFOOT Chassis” – Darron Schnell

BIGFOOT #20              “World’s ONLY Battery-Powered Monster Truck” – Bryan Bertoletti

BIGFOOT #21              “The Beast” – Dan Runte

If you’re a monster truck fan, you might want to mark your calendar for April 18-19.




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Author: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.