From cable TV to live streaming from Multiple camera angles , here are you option for watching the 2023 tour . the 2023 BMX World Championship is set to begin on schedule in Glasgow, Scotland on 03-13 August 2023—so it’s time to start planning how you’re going to watch it.
Whether that means streaming from your phone, starting your morning with the previous day’s highlights, or inviting your friends over for an outdoor, socially-distanced viewing party on an outdoor TV, the options for keeping up with the race are plentiful.
In general, NBC offers the most accessible and affordable (and legal) options for American viewers through its Peacock streaming service for $4.99 a month. (Customers of cable providers like Comcast Xfinity and Cox may be eligible for full access to Peacock Premium at no additional cost.) Almost 400,000 American viewers followed the Tour last year, and every year NBC’s coverage has expanded, most notably with the introduction of a commercial-free full livestream in addition to the daily full-stage coverage on the network’s cable channel.
This year, ad-free coverage is available through Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99 a month. So even those without cable have full access thanks to the network’s digital streaming options.
BMX World Championship On TV
If you have a good cable package and prefer conventional viewing on your television, you’re in luck: NBC Sports will broadcast the BMX Worlds every day. It often starts around 7 a.m. ET, so 9-to-5ers will likely need to record and watch later.