Tour de France 2019

Tour de France 2019: Full Race , stages, route, length, TV channel & live stream It may be the dead of summer, but cycling’s crown jewel has arrived with the 106th edition of the Tour de France. Founded in 1903, it is one of cycling’s three grand tours (Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a España being the others).

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The 23-day, 21-stage race, spanning 3,480 kilometers (2,162 miles) begins in Brussels, Belgium and finishes in Paris. The schedule consists of standard road races, individual time trials and team time trials.

Four-time champion Chris Froome will not be riding in this year’s event, leaving just two former winners in the race – his Ineos teammate Geraint Thomas, last year’s victor, and Bahrain-Merida’s Vincenzo Nibali.MORE: Watch the Tour de France live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

The Tour de France features four iconic jerseys, with the most famous being the yellow jersey awarded to the cyclist after each stage with the fastest overall time dating back to the July 6 start. A polka-dot jersey is given to the fastest climber, a white jersey to the fastest cyclist under the age of 26 and a green jersey to the best time trialist.

Below is everything you need to know about the 2019 Tour de France including schedule, stage breakdown and how to watch the event. You can also keek track of the race with our standings, updated daily.

Tour de France 2019 schedule The 21-stage race begins on July 6, and wraps up 23 days later on July 28. Riders are given just two rest days during the grueling 2,162-mile competition.

Tour de France TV channel, how to live stream TV channel: NBCSNive stream: NBCSports App, NBC Sports Gold Cycling Pass, fuboTV The first two stages of the race will be broadcast live on NBCSN, with the station showing delayed coverage and replays for the rest of the race until the final stage. The premium NBC Sports Gold Cycling Pass offers live, commercial-free coverage and replays of every stage for a $54.99 price. The Tour de France can also be streamed with fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

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