Fire and Destruction – Monster Trucks
This Saturday (May 25th) is Monster Truck Night! You can still get tickets for $15 at (http://tinyurl.com/o76kma7)
Meet at El Camino Real at 5:00 on Saturday. Well get some grub and beers then hit the road.
See below for more details.
We have tickets for Yann, Alex & B, Andrew & M, and Adam & J.
There’s a Monster Truck Show at the Shriner’s Arena in Plymouth Meeting on May 25th. You can get tickets for $12 at Groupon until this Saturday and then they go back up to $25.
Should be an awesome time! We could meet at El Camino for a bite to eat and a beer and then ride the bikes up. Let me know if you buy tickets. Should be a blast!
If you have NEVER seen a Monster Truck show, your life has a hole in it.
Monster-truck drivers toughen up their vehicles by emblazoning them with flames, skulls, and the scariest thing of all—a lion.
- Tickets to KSR Motorsports’ Monster Truck Thrill Show
- When: May 25, at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: LuLu Shriners Arena
- Seating: General admission
- Door time: Two hours before the show
- Ticket values include all fees.
KSR Motorsports’ Monster Truck Thrill Show
Since 1985, KSR Motorsports has roused crowds with soaring stunts and fiery feats during its Monster Truck Thrill Show. Billed as a “Night of Fire and Destruction,” each performance invites fans to marvel at the carefully planned yet death-defying tricks from professional drivers as they fling their two- and four-wheeled vehicles around the track and through the air. Always designed with the audience’s safety in mind, spectacles include controlled explosions and BMX riders twisting in midair. Gates open two hours prior to each show for a pit party, during which attendees can collect autographs from the performers or ride in a monster truck for an up-close view of the spinach and protein shakes stuffed in its radiator.
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Published - Jan 25, 2011
Colin’s 1974 cb200 in NZ
If you didn’t already know, Max has cousins from Auckland. His cousin Colin and I live pretty close to eachother here in NZ… couple mins down the road. A few months back he picked up a cb200 and rebuilt it into this sweet little cafe racer. It’s finally running and now he’s dialing it in. […]
I saw Grave Digger, Lunch Box, and Bigfoot (the OLD F150 Bigfoot!) at the Monster Truck Challenge at the Nassau Coliseum when I was around 9 or 10. It was seriously the loudest motor vehicle event I have ever been to.
It’s also a white trash extravaganza, which I am sure you modest suburban boys won’t mind. The amount of teeth per human is about as scarce as fuel consumption limits in these alcohol fueled shit cans – look out for any Saabs or Volvos for them to crush, they usually buckle last!
John- I hope you bring your shit talking up to Plymouth Meeting. Im dying to see you there.
if it’s not a race weekend, I’ll go.
(PS – thats a DOG in the picture; hence the name “Monster Mutt.”)
My life apparently has a hole in it that needs to be filled.
I know exactly where this place is and a half decent route out to the “arena”.
Ed. You have to go sleeveless to fit in.
I too have been to a Monster Truck rally. (Not?) Suprisingly at the Nassau Colosseum as well. This was last year, and I can attest to everything John said.
It ruled so fucking hard. They also had big air motocross bikes jumping over these chicks who were riding dirtbikes in a wheel of death during intermission.
Bonnie and I just picked up 9 Tix for the following lucky bastards:
Andrew and Michelle
Adam and Juli
Alex and Bianca
vroom vroom y’all.
the picture of “Monster Mutt” reminds me of the Van converted into a Sheepdog from the film “Dumb and Dumber.”
Why do you call everyone ‘ladies’?
Cuz it’s funny?