MediaZone, a leading global online broadcaster, announced that it will be providing live broadband coverage of The 2006 FIM Motocross of Nations competition, featuring International teams from around the world competing for the greatest off-road motorbike title. Avid fans will be able to watch this renowned event live on September 24th at http://Moto.MediaZone.com or http://MediaZone.com/motocrossofnations.
Representing the U.S. and defending their 2005 Motocross of Nations victory and 16th title in the history of the event will be Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart and 2006 Supercross Lites phenomenon Ryan Villopoto. This year’s event at the Matterly Basin venue in Great Britain is sure to drive fans wild with the anticipated battle for the top slot between current FIM World Motocross series leader Stefan Everts and Carmichael, who have enjoyed unprecedented AMA Motocross domination this season. Fans can watch the three action-packed races of Motocross of Nations live exclusively online via high-quality streaming, with coverage of the MX1 and MX2 races starting at 12:00 PM GMT.
“The 2006 FIM Motocross of Nations is sure to be an exciting event given the buildup and anticipation as a result of the strong international contingent of riders participating,” said Chris Ott, Moto Channel Manager, MediaZone. “MediaZone is thrilled to offer this caliber of an event live to our customers via The Moto Channel.”
Motorcycle enthusiasts can experience The 2006 FIM Motocross of Nations event online for $9.99 if purchased by Sept. 21 or $14.99 after Sept. 21. Alternatively, the Moto Channel All Access Pass can be purchased for the discounted price of $29.99 if purchased by Sept. 21 or $49.99 if purchased after Sept. 21. The All Access Pass allows fans to watch not only this year’s Motocross of Nations, but also all the other races on The Moto Channel, including the FIM Supermoto of Nations World Championship and the entire 2006 season of FIM Motocross & Supermoto races, for less than $2.00 per race for the entire year. Each Grand Prix race can also be purchased individually for $4.99 per event.
For a complete listing of events and information on The Moto Channel go to: http://Moto.MediaZone.com.