Mediazone to Provide Exclusive Online Broadcast of 2006 MiniMoto SXWednesday, May 10, 2006 | 7:56 AM
Broadcast of the Largest Mini Bike Race Begins May 12 on The Moto Channel
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., May 10, 2006- MediaZone, a leading global online broadcaster, today announced that it will be providing broadband access of the 2006 MiniMoto SX race starting this Friday, May 12, 2006. Motorcycle enthusiasts will be able to watch this exciting Mini Bike Race taking place in Las Vegas exclusively on the Moto Channel on MediaZone.com. http://www.Mediazone.com/minimoto.
In its third year, the MiniMoto SX event will provide endless action and feature a combination of expert and amateur bikers from around the world, such as Supercross legend Jeremy McGrath, renowned riders Guy Cooper, Tommy Hofmaster, Shae Bentley, Buddy Antunez, David Pingree, Jeff Matiasevich, Ricky Dietrich, Ryan Dudek and Jimmy Fisback. Rounding out this electrifying evening of boundless wheels and motors will be “The Ball of Steel Stunts Show” with freestyle demos including “The Cage of Death”.
“Mediazone is thrilled to bring this one-of-a-kind race to motorcycle lovers worldwide,” said Resa Lee, Director of Content, MediaZone. “With the growing popularity of minis and the breadth of motorcycling disciplines, we are excited to add MiniMoto SX to the programming offering on Moto Channel”.
Fans can purchase the MiniMoto event pass for $7.99 or subscribe to the Moto Channel for $49.99 annually, which includes the complete 2 hour broadcast of 2006 MiniMoto SX, archives to watch anytime, 2005 & 2004 races, plus highlights and crashes. The MiniMoto event pass can be viewed for up to seven days from the date of purchase. An annual subscription to The Moto Channel provides unlimited viewing for one year plus over 100 hours of live and on-demand racing.
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