BJ Baldwin Seeks out a Mythical Pacific Northwest Beast in Recoil 3

Nov 11, 2015, 10:07 ET from Toyo Tire

CYPRESS, Calif., Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Off-Road champion BJ Baldwin has taken his quest for adventure to the rugged Pacific Northwest in Recoil 3.  This exciting new movie can be viewed now at

In the third installment of the highly successful Recoil franchise, Baldwin is hot on the tracks of the great mythical beast known as Sasquatch.  During the pursuit of his nemesis known as 'Bruce,' Baldwin manages to cause mayhem throughout the urban jungle of Tacoma, Washington in his Monster Energy / Toyo Tires® trophy truck.  He also dashes through the deep forest… ancestral home of the monstrous bipedal humanoid.

"This was my favorite Recoil yet. It was really fun driving the Trophy Truck in the woods, and also being able to truly go urban off-roading," said Team Toyo's BJ Baldwin.  "The people of Tacoma were really gracious in letting us run wild, and really test my Toyo tires in the urban jungle.  We only used one set of tires the whole time… even after all the donuts and burnouts!"

Watch Recoil 3 at, and remember… always Hoon responsibly!

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