How to watch AMA Motocross (Paid Method)


I’ve seen many MX fans annoyed posts on social media asking how to watch the AMA Motocross after Poxtel (yes that is what I call Foxtel) decided not to air AMA Motocross in Australia.

Now KJ is about to get a little geeky, so hang on to your hats I’ll try to make it as easy as possible for you.


Firstly you are going to need a VPN. What a VPN does is trick the browser into thinking it is in another location (whatever you set in the VPN). I use Express VPN and have done for years. Express VPN is an application you download to your computer or iPhone. For 30 days free access follow this link:


Once you have a VPN that works (says you are located in the USA) you’ll need to purchase an NBC Sports Gold Pass (Subscription).


Make sure the VPN is working, log onto your account, go to Pro Motocross, sit back relax and enjoy the racing.


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