Is Bigfoot the Biggest Monster Truck?

Bigfoot is a classic monster truck that has been around since the late 1970s. It is widely regarded as the original monster truck and has become an iconic figure in the world of motorsports. The truck’s popularity has even spawned a whole subculture of enthusiasts who follow it around the country to various shows and events.

Bigfoot is powered by a custom-built V8 engine that produces over 500 horsepower. It stands approximately 12 feet tall and weighs over 10,000 pounds.

Bigfoot’s tires are incredibly large, measuring 66 inches tall and 43 inches wide. It also features an impressive suspension system that allows it to jump up to 30 feet in the air.

Bigfoot has won numerous awards throughout its long career, including being named Monster Truck of the Year three times by Monster Jam magazine. It also holds several world records, including the longest jump (215 feet) and highest wheelie (10 feet).

When it comes to monster trucks, Bigfoot is certainly one of the most famous. However, there are bigger trucks out there that can do more impressive stunts. For example, Grave Digger is another iconic monster truck that stands at 14 feet tall and weighs 10,600 pounds. Grave Digger holds several world records for height jumps and wheelies.

So is Bigfoot the biggest monster truck? No, it isn’t. While it may be one of the most recognizable names in monster trucks due to its long history in motorsports, there are other larger trucks out there that can do bigger stunts. Therefore, while Bigfoot may be an iconic figure in monster trucks, it isn’t necessarily the biggest one out there.


No, Bigfoot is not the biggest monster truck out there. Although it may be an iconic figure in motorsports due to its long history and numerous awards won over time, there are other larger trucks out there such as Grave Digger which can do more impressive stunts than Bigfoot can.

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Susan Delgado