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That’s right, the Tour de France is coming.
Defending champion Tadej Pogačar, archrival Primož Roglič, and a power-packed field rumble out of Copenhagen on July 1 in the hunt for the 109th Tour title.
VeloNews is providing on-site race coverage, features, analysis, rider interviews, and more for the 21 days of racing.
Tour de France content:
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- Tadej Pogačar reigns supreme in Tour de France tune-up
- Can numbers stop Tadej Pogačar at the Tour de France? Jumbo-Visma hopes so
Want to watch all the action, from Copenhagen through to the Paris finale on July 24?
How to watch the 2022 Tour de France in the United States and Canada
NBC is where it’s at for U.S. cycling fans.
NBC-owned USA Network will cover the race live on TV, with the exception being stages 12 and 13 which will be tape delayed. NBC will also air stages 2 and 20. The NBC-owned Peacock online streaming service will be carrying the race live in the U.S. through the full 21 stages.
FloSports will provide a live streaming service in Canada.
How to watch the 2022 Tour de France in Europe
European fans will be able to watch the Tour de France online via GCN+ or on the partner Eurosport streaming service. Eurosport will also cover the race on its Freeview channel. Some territory restrictions apply to these broadcasts.
UK-based viewers will also have live TV coverage via ITV4.
Teledeporte (Spain), Rai (Italy), RTBF (Belgian Walloon), VRT (Belgian Flemish), NOS (Netherlands), TV2 (Denmark), and of course, France TV Sport, will cover the race in their respective countries.
How to watch the 2022 Tour de France in Australia
SBS all the way! Fans Down Under can set their alarms early for a live broadcast on SBS, or wait for replays via SBS On Demand.