Continuing to serve up monthly original content, World of X Games programming in September brings more two and four-wheel excitement with the premiere of Trail of Missions 2020, September 13 on ESPN2, Real Moto, September 20 on ESPN2 and the debut of Real Street Best Trick, September 27 on ESPN2. The Real Series closes out with two banger competitions loaded with FMX and Skateboard firsts. In Real Moto, the name of the game is firsts – riders like Colby Raha with the first handrail grind on a dirt bike and Vicki Golden with the first women’s front flip no-hander in Real Moto. Real Street Best Trick makes it’s debut with 10 of the world’s best skateboarders each delivering their best never-been-landed trick. September World of X programming will also feature encore presentations of highlight content.
|September 14||12:30 a.m.||World of X: Monster Moments (Encore)||ESPN2|
|September 14||1 a.m.||Real BMX 2020 (Encore)||ESPN2|
|September 20||10 p.m.
|Real Moto 2020
The fifth installment of the Real Series 2020, Real Moto, drops six never-before-seen video parts on XGames.com and YouTube today. This year’s Real Moto athletes are Vicki Golden, Colby Raha, Josh Hill, Corey Creed, Jackson Strong and Cody Webb. A full World of X Games episode will air Saturday, September 20 on ESPN2, featuring all six video parts, behind-the-scenes footage and athlete interviews.
|September 20||11 p.m.||Desolate Baja (Encore)
Top off-road racers tackle the rugged terrain of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. This retrospective features the best moments and never-before-seen footage from 15 years of adventure.
|September 27||10 p.m.||Real Street Best Trick 2020
For the first time ever, 10 Skateboarders vie for Real Street Best Trick gold by presenting a video clip of their best new trick. The invite list includes top skaters, including Nyjah Huston and Ryan Sheckler.
The World of X Games features a variety of X Games and athlete-focused content. For the most updated schedule and information on World of X Games, go to www.xgames.com. Check local listings for additional details.
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