Here is the best MX DVD offer you are going to see this year: AMA, British Motocross Championship and Motocross of Nations Reviews 2013 for the incredible price of just £34.99!
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AMA Pro Motocross Championship
This is the full official season review of the AMA Pro Racing Motocross Championship.
All the action from every 250cc and 450cc race of the series including Hangtown, Sacramento, California; Thunder Valley Colorado; Blountville Tennessee; Budd's Creek, Maryland and Unadilla, NY.
All the big names including Eli Tomac, Ken Roczen, Blake Baggett, Ryan Dungey and Ryan Villopoto feature in race action and pre- and post-race interviews.
Full race by race statistics and analysis
Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship 2013
The full review of the battle for the title in both the MX1 and MX2 championships featuring Kristian Whatley, Gert Krestinov, Brad Anderson, Elliott Banks Browne, Steven Lenoir and more.
Action comes from FatCat, Lyng, Milton MX Park, Foxhill, Desertmartin, Farleigh Castle & Hawkstone Park.
Canada Heights was cancelled due to snow but the seven rounds which did go ahead provided the usual awesome, no-holds-barred action as Britain’s best and brightest got to grips with some of the toughest tracks around.
Over 3 and half hours of great coverage and high picture quality in this ultimate record of a cracking season.
Motocross of Nations
The MXoN is one of the highlights of the off-road year as top riders from around the world come together to compete not for personal renown but for the honour of their countries.
The 2013 edition was held at Teutschenthal in Germany and pitted strong sides from the USA, Australia, Germany, the UK and France against each other.
It was the Belgian team of Jeremy van Horebeek, Ken De Dycker and Clement Desalle who put in the best performance and were able to take home the ultimate prize.
The official review contains two hours of highlights from the MX1 and MX2 classes, ready for your viewing pleasure.
On-bike, trackside and overhead camera angles put you right in the heat of the moment and the informative commentary keeps you up to date with what's going on.