Watch Tour de France 2021 Live Online with a VPN

Tour de FranceThe Tour de France is without a doubt the most famous bicycle race in the world. In 2021, the action will start on June 26th and finish on July 18th. The 21 staging areas of this race start in Brest, visit 2 other countries, and finally end at Paris Champs-Élysées. Over that 23 day stretch, cyclists will travel through a whole range of terrain that spans over 3,400 km to reach the finish line. Watch to see your favorite cyclist from anywhere with a VPN. Otherwise, you may run into some geo-blocking along the way.

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How to Watch the Tour de France from Anywhere

Free coverage from ITV or France TV. Paid coverage from NBC Sports Network via Peacock streaming service:

  1. Sign up for ExpressVPN (includes a 30 day risk-free money-back guarantee)
  2. Download and install the ExpressVPN app on your device
  3. Connect to a VPN server in France for ITV (free) or USA for Peacock (paid).
  4. Enjoy live streaming access to the race.

Tour de France History and 2021 Schedule

Though many think of the Lance Armstrong doping scandal when talking about the Tour de France, the race has seen its share of other scandals. In the second year of the race, 1904, returning champion Maurice Garin is quoted as saying “I’ll win the Tour de France, provided I’m not murdered before we get to Paris”. Garin was almost killed while racing. He did go on to win the race, but he was disqualified for an unknown event. There was speculation that Garin took a train after the problems he had early on, but that may be just a story. Other controversies include banned substance raids, injuries, equipment failures, cheating, betrayal, and even a death during the 1967 race.

This year will mark the 108h year of the Tour de France. The TDF is currently the 21st race of the 2021 UCI World Cycling Tour. Currently, the racing action is heating up this season. The Tour de France is a Grand Tour event, so it is worth quite a few points. The winner gets 1000 points, 2nd place gets 800 points, and 3rd place gets 675 points. With the closeness of the competitors, it will be fun to see which racer and team will win this race. There is no telling which way it will end up.

The 2020 Tour de France will be covered internationally by broadcasters around the world.  Those in France (and anyone connected to a VPN server in France) can watch on ITV for free or via Eurosport for €4.99. The race will also be held on Peacock in the United States. Peacock is offering full access to the event for $4.99 a month with a 7-day free trial. Note that NBC Sports Cycling Pass content is now part of Peacock. You can enjoy full access to Peacock TV and the Your de France for $4.99 a month with commercials or $9.99 without ads.

Be sure to catch all the action of the historic and sometimes controversial Tour de France bicycle race. As we mentioned, anything can happen during the event. Watch to see which racer will win the 2021 Tour de France and the overall championship. Here is a schedule for each day of the race.

StageDateCourse Start / FinishDistance
1June 26Brest to Landerneau198 km
2June 27Perros-Guirec to Mûr-de-Bretagne183.5 km
3June 28Lorient to Pontivy183 km
4June 29Redon to Fougères150.5 km
5June 30Changé to Laval27.2 km
6July 1Tours to Châteauroux161 km
7July 2Vierzon to Le Creusot249.5 km
8July 3Oyonnax to Le Grand-Bornand151 km
9July 4Cluses to Tignes145 km
10July 6Albertville to Valence191 km
11July 7Sorgues to Malaucène199 km
12July 8Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux to Nîmes159.5 km
13July 9Nîmes to Carcassonne220 km
14July 10Carcassonne to Quillan184 km
15July 11Céret to Andorra la Vella191.5 km
16July 13El Pas de la Casa to Saint-Gaudens169 km
17July 14Muret to Saint-Lary-Soulan178.5 km
18July 15Pau to Luz Ardiden130 km
19July 16Mourenx to Libourne207 km
20July 17Libourne to Saint-Émilion30.8 km
21July 18Chatou to Paris (Champs-Élysées)108.5 km

Watch all the action during the 22-day trials of the 2021 Tour de France, and see which cyclist will be the first to cross the finish line in Paris. Please share this post with your friends so they can enjoy the race from anywhere in the world with a VPN.

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