Tour de France 2019
The 2019 edition of the TDF starts tomorrow July 6th and runs until the 28th.
What better way to watch the event than from the saddle of your bike trainer/stationary bike? Well, maybe on the sofa recovering from a workout, but only after first watching the live race or recorded footage while you workout.
How to stream the event? Here are the details for the 2019 TDF
How to watch the Tour de France 2019 in the USA
NBC Sports Gold Cycling Pass. For $54.99 you get live, ad-free, streaming coverage of the entire race on demand plus access to other cycling content such as the UCI Championships in MTB, Road, Cyclocross, and Track; plus other stage races such as La Vuelta de España. The subscription is good for one year for the set period of May 28th 2019-May 1st 2020.
How to watch the Tour de France 2019 in the UK
ITV4 will be screening daily live coverage and extended highlights each evening in the UK from 7pm to 8pm BST (maybe schedule an after-work indoor session then?) and from 9pm to 10pm BST on the final day, which will be broadcast on ITV.
Eurosport Player £6.99 per month or £39.99 a year (7-day free trial)
Eurosport Amazon Prime Player £6.99 per month (7 day free trial) on top of what you already pay for Amazon Prime.
Access Eurosport 1 & 2 (along with other channels too) via TV Player Premium for £6.99 per month.
How to watch the Tour de France 2019 in Australia
SBS provides coverage and an SBS online viewer.
Other options for Streaming the Tour de France 2019
The official website of the Tour de France has a comprehensive list of the official broadcasters and streaming services for all countries.