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How To Watch The Cycling Race Online

How To Watch The Cycling Race Online

How To Watch The Cycling Race Online

Spanning more than 2,200 miles, the Tour de France begins on Saturday, June 29. The 21-day endurance cycling event features nearly 180 riders competing to hoist the Coupe Omnisports at the finish line.

At a Glance: How to Watch Tour de France 2024 Online

  • When Saturday, June 29, to Sunday, July 21
  • Network NBC, USA Network
  • Stream online Peacock

The 111th edition of the Tour de France starts at Florence in Italy on Saturday, June 29, with a start time of 3 a.m. PT/6 a.m. ET. It ends in Nice, France, on Sunday, July 21.

Keep reading below for more details on how to watch the Tour de France, including with and without cable, the schedule and city-to-city dates.

How to Watch Tour de France 2024 Without Cable

Since the Tour de France airs across NBC and USA Network, it’s also streamable on web-based streaming cable services, some of which even offer free trials — including DirecTV Stream, Fubo and Hulu + Live TV. You can also livestream the event on Peacock.

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If you want to watch the entire Tour de France 2024, the endurance cycling race is available to stream at home on Peacock.

Not a Peacock subscriber? Right now, the streamer is the ad-free Peacock Premium package for only $19.99 for the first year with promo code STREAMTHEDEAL — saving you 65 percent off its regular price through June 30. Otherwise, the ad-supported plan is only $5.99 monthly (or $59.99 per year) until July 18, when Peacock’s prices increase ahead of the Olympics.

Aside from the Tour de France, you’ll also get access to originals like Apples Never Fall, In The Know, The Traitors, Ted and others; hit movies like Oppenheimer, Lisa Frankenstein, Drive-Away Dolls, Night Swim and others; live sports and entertainment from NBC Sports and WWE; and more than 50 “always-on” streaming channels.

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Watch the Tour de France on DirecTV Stream, which offers NBC and USA Network. The service also includes more than 90 other channels — like ABC, Fox, CBS, AMC, Bravo, ESPN and much more.

The streaming service has a free five-day trial available, but that’s more than enough time to watch the Tour de France. Afterward, you can cancel the service or keep watching, with prices starting at $69.99 for the entry-level Entertainment plan.


Watch the Tour de France on NBC and USA Network, as well as nearly 200 other news, entertainment and sports channels, with a subscription to Fubo, starting at $79.99 monthly.

In addition, other plans offer nearly 270 channels for the Elite plan for $89.99 monthly, along with 276 channels, Showtime and 4K Ultra HD quality for the Premiere plan for $99.99 monthly. The online TV streaming service also offers a seven-day trial for new subscribers, so you can watch NBC and USA Network online for free.

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To livestream the Tour de France online on NBC and USA Network, a subscription to Hulu + Live TV is another fantastic option. The streaming service has access to more than 90 other live channels — like BET, CNN, ESPN, Food Network and more — starting at $76.99 monthly and comes with Hulu’s entire streaming library, as well as Disney+ and ESPN+. Hulu is currently offering a three-day free trial to try before you commit.


Sling might be a good fit to watch the Tour de France on NBC and USA Network — and the live TV streaming service is on sale for half off your first month of service. With Sling Blue, which includes NBC, you can begin watching for $22.50 for your first month (reg. $45 monthly).

Additionally, Sling Blue also has ABC, Bravo, Discovery Channel, NFL Network, National Geographic and other channels.

How to Watch Tour de France 2024 With Cable

The Tour de France airs on NBC and USA Network. You can watch by tuning in through your cable TV provider, on or the NBC Sports mobile app with your cable TV account login — including streaming and traditional services such as DirecTV Stream, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling, Verizon, Xfinity and others.

Tour de France 2024 Dates, Schedule

The Tour de France begins on Saturday, June 29, in Florence, Italy and the cycling race ends 21 days later on Sunday, July 21, in Nice, France. Scroll down for a complete schedule, including dates and cities featured throughout the event. Learn more about the Tour de France route here.

  • Day 1, Sat., June 29 Florence to Rimini, Italy
  • Day 2, Sun., June 30 Cesenatico to Bologna, Italy
  • Day 3, Mon., July 1 Piacenza to Turin, Italy
  • Day 4, Tues., July 2 Pinerolo, Italy to Valloire, France
  • Day 5, Wed., July 3 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Saint-Vulbas
  • Day 6, Thurs., July 4 Mâcon to Dijon
  • Day 7, Fri., July 5 Nuits-Saint-Georges to Gevrey-Chambertin
  • Day 8, Sat., July 6 Semur-en-Auxois to Colombey-les-Deux-Églises
  • Day 9, Sun., July 7 Troyes to Troyes
  • Day 10, Tues., July 9 Orléans to Saint-Amand-Montrond
  • Day 11, Wed., July 10 Évaux-les-Bains to Le Lioran
  • Day 12, Thurs., July 11 Aurillac to Villeneuve-sur-Lot, Italy
  • Day 13, Fri., July 12 Agen to Pau
  • Day 14, Sat., July 13 Pau to Saint-Lary-Soulan
  • Day 15, Sun., July 14 Loudenvielle to Plateau de Beille
  • Day 16, Tues., July 16 Gruissan to Nîmes
  • Day 17, Wed., July 17 Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux to SuperDévoluy
  • Day 18, Thurs., July 18 Gap to Barcelonnette
  • Day 19, Fri., July 19 Embrun to Isola 2000
  • Day 20, Sat., July 20 Nice to Col de la Couillole
  • Day 21, Sun., July 21 Monaco to Nice

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