Great news for Hawkstone International fans, as the annual event will be live streamed across the MXN-TV youtube channel for the first time this weekend, at no cost to viewers.
The Salop Motor Club are pleased to announce that the 2022 Hawkstone International Motocross brought to you by Ashbrook and Toughsheet will have live stream coverage going out around the globe, via the brand new off road motorcycling video content channel MXN-TV.
MXN-TV is a new video platform brought to you by the team at the U.K’s Michelin MX Nationals powered by Milwaukee. Following the huge success of their ‘free to view’ live stream coverage of last year’s championship an independent channel has been born which will show varying video content going forward from not only British off road motorcycling but varying events from around the world, as well as magazine shows and behind the scenes coverage of what goes on in the world of dirt bikes.
Free to view, worldwide live coverage of the popular international season opener for U.K motocross fans will commence at 8.50am tomorrow morning (Sunday 13th February) and run through with uninterrupted coverage right up to the chequered flag of the Superfinal with presenters Jeff Perrett and Callum Swan calling the action.
With established World championship contenders such as Glenn Coldenhoff, Calvin Vlaanderen, Arminas Jasikonis, Brian Bogers, Thomas Kjer Olsen, Tom Vialle, Jago Geerts, Kay de Wolf, Roan van de Moosdijk as well as a solid British contingent of Ben Watson, Shaun Simpson, Adam Sterry, Jake Nicholls and Conrad Mewse the stage is set to see some serious racing as they all have their final shake down before the opening round of the MXGP World championship at Matterley Basin the following week. There’s also a strong line up of future GP stars on show in the three EMX 125 class races that will definitely add to the entertainment value.
Fans will be able to watch the live stream coverage of the Hawkstone International brought to you by Ashbrook and Toughsheet on varying platforms courtesy of MXN-TV and thanks to support from Bell, Oakley, Fly, Seven and RFX. Viewers can watch all the action on MXN-TV’s YouTube channel and Facebook page.
“We’re excited to announce and launch MXN-TV, especially by coming straight off the bat with arguably one of the most prestigious events in world motocross, certainly from one of the most iconic venues” says MXN-TV’s Jeff Perrett. “Covering last years Michelin MX Nationals powered by Milwaukee with a live stream made us realise we could potentially cover more events other than just the MX Nationals, which of course we’ll be doing again in 2022. So we’ve sat down with the guys at Alpha Live who produce our live stream and decided to set up MXN-TV to push forward with a live streaming service for anyone in the U.K off road motorcycling industry and potentially beyond. We’re all excited by it, not only to actually work on the project and build it up but also by the fact we can help in getting the sport we all love to a bigger, wider global audience.”
“If we start to attract new people to the sport, then it’s definitely worth it. Of course we’re just starting out and the decision to live stream the Hawkstone International was only made recently but it was a too good of an opportunity to miss. We’ll work hard to populate the channel with good content from live streaming events through to industry profiles and access to the sport that people don’t get to see at the races going forward. We feel the U.K off road motorcycling scene has needed a dedicated on demand TV channel for sometime, so we’re pleased we’re now making it a reality.”
For more information on the Hawkstone International brought to you by Ashbrook and Toughsheet go to www.hawkstoneinternationalmx.com and for more information on MXN-TV visit them at www.mxn-tv.com and their Facebook page.