2019 Supercross Television Schedule For Cable and Streaming
Huge changes are coming to Monster Energy Supercross television schedule and coverage in 2019. For the first time in the United States, an internet streaming subscription package will be available on NBC Sports Gold that will include Qualifying, as well as full race coverage. Additionally, cable TV coverage is moving to NBCSN for 2019.If you want to watch all the races live, you will have to subscribe to the NBC Sports Gold Supercross Pass for $75. Coverage for Oakland, Detroit, and Indianapolis will all be delayed.
The NBC Sports Gold Supercross Pass can be streamed on a browser, or by using the NBC Sports Gold app on mobile devices, including tablets and smartphones. This is the same delivery system used by the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series in past years. It is claimed to be a commercial-free stream, though not necessarily promo-free.Our Pro Motocross experience last year with NBC Sports Gold was a good one, with the streaming reliable both live and on-demand. This allows fans to no longer worry about setting a timer for recording if they are not watching live, as they can watch the race on-demand when convenient.For fans of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross and Monster Energy Supercross, a 2019 Supercross & Motocross Package can be had for $90, providing access to 29 races.As always, times are subject to change. Our 2019 Supercross Television Schedule for cable and streaming will be revised during the season, as needed.
2019 Supercross Cable and Streaming Television Schedule
New 120th Anniversary H-Ds + Andrew Hewkin, Artist and philanthropist
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Hello everyone and welcome once again to Motos and Friends, the weekly Podcast brought to you by the editorial team at Ultimate Motorcycling. My name is Arthur Coldwells.
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The new 120th Anniversary Harleys have been announced today, and in this week’s first segment Editor Don Williams takes us through the exciting updates to four models. The hero is probably the latest RoadGlide CVO with its spectacular 120th livery and badging.
In our second segment, Associate Editor Teejay Adams chats with celebrated artist and philanthropist, Andrew Hewkin.
Andrew chats about his life of unusual coincidences which have taken him on an unexpected and entertaining journey. Traveling through more than one hundred countries, Andrew captured the flavor and essence of the world. He takes us through a few of his hair-raising stories of travel and intrigue that he has expressed visually through over fifty years of his art.
He is a regular contributor to Childline Rocks in his capacity as Cultural Attaché for the Sons of Royalty annual motorcycle ride, and paintings of Cuba, Marrakech, Mexico, and most recently Kerala in Southern India, have been auctioned off for the charity. His work has also contributed to ‘The Princes Trust’, ‘Heart on my Sleeve’, ‘Fight for Sight’, ‘Cancer Trusts’ and many others.
Andrew is a supremely talented, kind, and fascinating man.
So, from all of us here at Ultimate Motorcycling, we hope you enjoy this episode!
Andrew’s biography “Before the Paint Dries…” is available on his website AndrewHewkin.com