It’s the 2006 Motocross des Nations, September 24, live from Matterley
Basin in England. It’s 10 time world champion Stefan Everts last season
of racing. Ditto for 15 time AMA champion Ricky Carmichael. The two
biggest titans in the sport, battling one last time. It’s Team USA vs.
Team Belgium – one more time.
Supercross.com is proud to announce that MediaZone, a leading global
online broadcaster, 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 title.
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.”
The PPV (Pay per view) cost is of the 2006 Motocross of Nations is
$9.99. (That’s what the cost is if you are not subscribed to The Moto
If you want to subscribe to all the offerings on The Moto Channel (Over
100 hours of live & on-demand racing, 2006 FIM Motocross World
Championship, 2006 FIM Supermoto World Championship, 2006 Minimoto SX
Event, 2005 17 Full Races, 2005 28 TV-produced Highlights), the cost is
Access & Watch The Moto Channel & The 2006 Motocross of Nations!
* Ricky Carmichael is scheduled to ride, although he did fall
at the Glen Helen national, and his status is not 100% certain. His
bike is already there in England, and he’s planning on going.
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sports, entertainment, lifestyle, and international programming.
MediaZone offers both subscription and pay-per-view access to live and
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media owners with a new channel to distribute and monetize their
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