MotoAmerica And Triple-B Media Launch A Television Network Dedicated To The Race Series

 

We’ve covered the MotoAmerica motorcycle racing series since our inception in January of 2019. Senior editor Rob has covered the series since it’s inception in 2015. We have a great history with Wayne Rainey and company. So we were excited to learn the news that MotoAmerica was teaming up with Triple-B Media to launch MotoAmerica TV, a 24-hour, 7-day a week television network dedicated to airing MotoAmerica’s racing to a worldwide audience, dating back to the series’ first season in 2015. Triple-B Media is a full-service television and digital media company, specializing in free, advertiser-supported television networks, such as For the Fans (FTF), Lacrosse Sports Network, and Fido TV.

Beginning with content from the 2015 and 2016 seasons, MotoAmerica TV will air all seven years of the MotoAmerica Series to-date, as well as select live content in 2022. The channel will launch with hundreds of hours of MotoAmerica content to feed even the hungriest of MotoAmerica fans.

MotoAmerica TV is a one-stop shop for race fans to access both historic and new content from the device and platform of their choice. The channel is currently available on Distro TV, Local Now, Stremium, Zingo TV and at www.motoamerica.tv. MotoAmerica TV is now available to more than 10 million households with additional platforms expected to launch in 2022.

“We are very excited about the launch of MotoAmerica TV,” said MotoAmerica COO Chuck Aksland. “This type of free to air access is quickly gaining in popularity (it’s our model here at Road Dirt). As we continue to develop arrangements with more platforms, millions of people around the world will have easy access to follow all classes of MotoAmerica racing, 24/7. The content will be a mix of both historic and new racing action, continually updated and refreshed.”

”With nearly five million people tuning in to watch the furious action of the MotoAmerica Series in 2021, motorcycle racing has proven to be a must-see sport,” said Brendan Canning, Chief Commercial Officer, Triple-B Media. “With the launch of MotoAmerica TV, we plan to capture that action day in and day out, 24/7. We are beyond excited to partner with MotoAmerica on this new television network.”

We look forward to see all the MotoAmerica will offer with this free, ad-driven broadcast network. There have been many memorable race seasons, epic battles on-track, and rising stars in the sport via MotoAmerica, so this all-access network is welcome news to motorcycle road racing fans.

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*photos by MotoAmerica/Brian J. Nelson Photography

2 Comments

  1. Fred

    Will we be able to see this in Canada?

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    • Rob Brooks

      I’m thinking so, by logging on to the website, and looks like by the time the season rolls around, maybe even stream races from their main MotoAmerica site as well. Here’s hoping,

      Reply

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