- 2023 Tour of Britain Live Online Coverage Guide -

- Videos: Tour of Britain Videos .

- Official ticker and tracking LIVE here .

- Expected LIVE video here .  (itv4, geo-restricted)

- Expected LIVE video here and here and here and here (L'Equipe, geo-restricted)

- Expected LIVE video here .  (SuperSport, geo-restricted)

- Need a VPN to access a geo-restricted feed? Try ExpressVPN .

- This page will be updated throughout the race.

- Stage maps, profiles, timetables and more details here .

- Tour of Britain Start List here . (Men's Tour)

- 2023 Men's Tour of Britain stage details with start/finish times:

Stage 1 - Sunday, September 3 Start at 11:45 BST, 12:45 CET, 6:45am ET Finish at 15:53 BST, 16:53 CET, 10:53am ET

Stage 2 - Monday, September 4 Start at 11:45 BST, 12:45 CET, 6:45am ET Finish at 14:37 BST, 15:37 CET, 9:37am ET

Stage 3 - Tuesday, September 5 Start at 11:30 BST, 12:30 CET, 6:30am ET Finish at 15:26 BST, 16:26 CET, 10:26am ET

Stage 4 - Wednesday, September 6 Start at 11:15 BST, 12:15 CET, 6:15am ET Finish at 15:23 BST, 16:23 CET, 10:23am ET

Stage 5 - Thursday, September 7 Start at 10:45 BST, 11:45 CET, 5:45am ET Finish at 15:34 BST, 16:34 CET, 10:34am ET

Stage 6 - Friday, September 8 Start at 11:45 BST, 12:45 CET, 6:45am ET Finish at 15:28 BST, 16:28 CET, 10:28am ET

Stage 7 - Saturday, September 9 Start at 11:00 BST, 12:00 CET, 6:00am ET Finish at 15:19 BST, 16:19 CET, 10:19am ET

Stage 8 - Sunday, September 10 Start at 11:15 BST, 12:15 CET, 6:15am ET Finish at 15:23 BST, 16:23 CET, 10:23am ET

- 2023 Men's Tour of Britain television/TV broadcasters and streamers for LIVE and On Demand coverage include: itv4, L'Equipe, Eurosport, SuperSport, Sky Sport,...

- Gonzalo Serrano (Movistar Team) won the 2022 Men's Tour of Britain.

- The 2023 Men's Tour of Britain is being held September 3-10.

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- Results:   Tour of Britain Results .

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- News: Ewan wins in Aldeburgh . (Cyclingnews) - Boom continues to lead overall.

- Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) won Stage 6.  Lars Boom (Team LottoNL-Jumbo) remains overall leader.

- News: Dowsett revels in 'hometown' time trial . (Cyclingnews) - Rider from Essex finishes ninth in world-class field.

- News: Boom wins Tour of Britain time trial . (Cyclingnews) - Dutchman moves into overall lead.

- Lars Boom (Team LottoNL-Jumbo) won the Stage 5 Individual Time Trial and took over the lead on G.C.

- News: Tour of Britain organisers investigating car crash . (Cyclingnews) - Hermans says incident was 'ridiculous' and 'so dangerous'.

- Stage 5 ITT Start Order and Times here .

- News: Gaviria wins stage 4 . (Cyclingnews) - First win since Giro d'Italia for Colombian.

- News: Tour of Britain: Ewan wins stage 3 . (Cyclingnews) - Australian regains race lead.

- Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) won Stage 4.  Elia Viviani (Team Sky) is new overall leader.

- Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) won Stage 3 and is back in the lead in the general classification.

- Elia Viviani (Team Sky) won Stage 2 and took over the lead on G.C.

- News: Ewan loses Tour of Britain race lead . (Cyclingnews) - Australian looking ahead to further sprint opportunities.

- News: Phinney disqualified from Tour of Britain . (Cyclingnews) - American apologises for crossing railway while gates were closing.

- News: Viviani revs up for Worlds with Tour of Britain win . (Cyclingnews) - Italian holds no grudges after Boasson Hagen's stage 2 relegation.

- News: Boasson Hagen stripped of stage 2 win in Tour of Britain . (Cyclingnews) - Norwegian says his sprint move was unintentional.

- News: Viviani wins stage 2 . (Cyclingnews) - Team Sky rider wins in controversial circumstances.

- News: Ewan hails 2017 as his best season yet . (Cyclingnews) - Australian nabs eighth victory of season in Kelso.

- News: Ewan wins opener in Kelso . (Cyclingnews) - Australian pips Boasson Hagen and Viviani in tight sprint.

- Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) won Stage 1 and is first overall leader.

- Preview: Tour of Britain 2017 race preview . (Cyclingnews) - Worlds contenders tune up for Bergen.

- Sunday's Tour of Britain Stage 1 departs Edinburgh at 10:30am BST (5:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Kelso at around 3:21pm BST (10:21am U.S. Eastern) .  Tour of Britain live streaming video should get underway at around 10:30am BST (5:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Steve Cummings (Dimension Data) won the 2016 Tour of Britain.

- The 2017 Tour of Britain is being held September 3-10.

- Official site ticker LIVE here .

- LIVE video here .  (itv4, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here .  (L'Equipe, geo-restricted)

- Tony Martin (Etixx-Quickstep) won the Stage 7a Individual Time Trial ahead of Rohan Dennis and Tom Dumoulin.  Steve Cummings (Dimension Data) retained the overall race lead.

- Saturday's Tour of Britain Stage 7 is divided into morning (Stage 7a ITT) and afternoon (Stage 7b) stages.  Only the afternoon stage will be broadcast live.

- Wout Poels (Team Sky) won Stage 6.  Steve Cummings (Dimension Data) is new overall leader.

- Friday's Tour of Britain Stage 6 departs Sidmouth at 11:30am BST (6:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Haytor, Dartmoor at around 3:09pm BST (10:09am U.S. Eastern) .  Tour of Britain live streaming video should get underway at around 12:30pm BST (7:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Jack Bauer (Cannondale) won Stage 5.  Julien Vermote (Etixx-Quickstep) remains overall leader.

- Thursday's Tour of Britain Stage 5 departs Aberdare at 11:00am BST (6:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Bath at around 3:31pm BST (10:31am U.S. Eastern) .  Tour of Britain live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm BST (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo) won Stage 4.  Julien Vermote (Etixx-Quickstep) remains leader on G.C.

- Wednesday's Tour of Britain Stage 4 departs Denbigh at 10:40am BST (5:40am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Builth Wells at around 3:30pm BST (10:30am U.S. Eastern) .  Tour of Britain live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm BST (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Ian Stannard (Team Sky) won Stage 3.  Julien Vermote (Etixx-Quickstep) remains leader in the general classification.

- Tuesday's Tour of Britain Stage 3 departs Congleton at 11:25am BST (6:25am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Tatton Park, Knutsford at around 3:33pm BST (10:33am U.S. Eastern) .  Tour of Britain live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm BST (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Julien Vermote (Etixx-Quickstep) won Stage 2 and took over the race lead.

- Monday's Tour of Britain Stage 2 departs Carlisle at 11:10am BST (6:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Kendal at around 4:20pm BST (11:20am U.S. Eastern) .  Tour of Britain live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm BST (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- André Greipel (Lotto-Soudal) won Stage 1 ahead of Caleb Ewan and is first leader in the general classification.

- Official 2016 Tour of Britain Start List here .

- Edvald Boasson Hagen (MTN-Qhubeka) won the 2015 Tour of Britain.

- Sunday's Tour of Britain Stage 1 departs Glasgow at 11:30am BST (6:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Castle Douglas at around 3:34pm BST (10:34am U.S. Eastern) .  Tour of Britain live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm BST (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- The 2016 Tour of Britain is being held September 4-11.

- U.S.A. and Canada: Note that Cycling TV also has Tour of Britain live and On Demand .  (details at right)

- LIVE video here . (CTV subscription, no ad breaks.  U.S.A. and Canada)

Tour of Britain 2022 Route stage 7: West Bay - Ferndown

The striking golden cliffs of West Bay form the backdrop of the start of the penultimate stage. The race runs parallel with the West Dorset Heritage coast before passing through Dorchester, West Lulworth and Corfe Castle. In this part of the route the riders tackle Daggers Gate and Whiteways Hill, climbs of 1 kilometre at 3.1% and 1.5 kilometre at 7.1%, respectively.

The route heads inland towards Wareham and Milton Abbas and just before Okeford Fitzpaine a sharp righthander leads onto the last climb of the day. Okeford Hill is 1.7 kilometres long and averaging 7.1%.

Still almost 60 kilometres to go at the summit, mostly on rolling terrain, before a – sprint? – finish in the heart of Ferndown town centre.

The first three riders on the line gain time bonuses of 10, 6 and 4 seconds.

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How to watch the Tour of Britain 2023 - TV and live stream as Tom Pidcock and Wout van Aert do battle

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Published 04/09/2023 at 10:02 GMT

The 2023 Tour of Britain has arrived with Great Britain's Tom Pidcock aiming to do battle with overall favourite Wout van Aert for glory on the eight-stage race. The final stages of last year's event were cancelled after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Tour gets underway in Greater Manchester and finishes in Caerphilly, South Wales where riders will take on the legendary Caerphilly mountain.

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Tour of Britain 2021 live stream: how to watch all cycling stages online from anywhere

Cavendish and Alaphilippe lead a star cast from Penzance to Aberdeen

Riders taking part in the Tour of Britain

Mark Cavendish (Deceuninck – Quick-Step), Wout van Aert (Team Jumbo – Visma) and Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) are some of the star names on show at the 17th Tour of Britain, which takes the peloton on a 1,310km journey from Penzance to Aberdeen via Wales and the north of England. Join us for a spin as we explain how to get a 2021 Tour of Britain live stream and watch UCI WorldTour cycling online from anywhere. We also have info on this year's Tour of Britain stage times.

Dates: Sunday, September 5 - Sunday, September 12 (stage times below)

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The race has returned with fresh vigour after its cancellation last year, with the route providing plenty of firsts, including debuts for Cornwall, Hawick and Aberdeen, and Wales hosts two complete stages for the first time too.

And the first of these is particularly exciting: a rare team time trial. We haven't been able to watch many of these lately, and the 18.2-kilometre route from Llandeilo to the National Botanic Garden of Wales is just the second TTT to feature in the modern Tour of Britain.

The Queen stage follows, taking the riders up past Coed y Brenin Forest Park and Snowdonia National Park, all the way to the summit of the Great Orme in Llandudno, a brutal climb that rewards its conquerors with stunning views of the north coast of Wales.  

Read on for everything you need to know to watch a 2021 Tour of Britain live stream from anywhere.

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Every stage of the race is being shown in the UK on ITV4, which means anyone can watch a Tour of Britain live stream using the channel's ITV Hub platform. Just make sure you have a valid UK TV license, of course.

For added on-the-go viewing convenience, ITV Hub has an excellent app that's available on nearly anything that plugs in these days - just give it a search on your choice of mobiles, tablets, set-top boxes, select smart TVs, consoles and more.

Most of the stages begin between 10.30am and 11am BST, but you can scroll down for the full schedule.

In truth, cycling fans based in the UK are spoilt for choice, with the race also set to be shown by Eurosport, GCN+, and Discovery+.

Of course, it's pointless paying when you can tune in on ITV4 for free, but it's worth remembering that Eurosport, GCN+, and Discovery+ all show loads of races throughout the year.

A subscription to Eurosport costs £6.99 per month or £39.99 for a whole year; the GCN+ streaming service also costs £6.99 per month or £39.99 per year; and the Discovery+ Entertainment and Sport package costs £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.

If you’re out of the UK but still want to tune in, make sure you install a VPN so you can continue accessing UK streaming services from anywhere.

How to watch Tour of Britain 2021 from outside your country

If you're keen to watch the Tour of Britain but you're away from home and the coverage is geo-blocked, then you could always use a VPN to access it (assuming you're not breaching any broadcaster T&Cs, of course). You may be surprised how simple it is to do.

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Once you have it, all you need to do is turn on your VPN, select a server location back in your country, and then go to the broadcaster's website/app and watch as if you were back at home.

2021 Tour of Britain schedule and start times

  • Stage 1 - Sunday, September 5 at 11am BST, 6am ET, 8pm AEST
  • Stage 2 - Monday, September 6 at 11am BST, 6am ET, 8pm AEST
  • Stage 3 (TTT) - Tuesday, September 7 at 1.05pm BST, 8.05am ET, 10.05pm AEST
  • Stage 4 - Wednesday, September 8 at 10.30am BST, 5.30am ET, 7.30pm AEST
  • Stage 5 - Thursday, September 9 at 11.30am BST, 6.30am ET, 8.30pm AEST
  • Stage 6 - Friday, September 10 at 10.45am BST, 5.45am ET, 7.45pm AEST
  • Stage 7 - Saturday, September 11 at 10.45am BST, 5.45am ET, 7.45pm AEST
  • Stage 8 - Sunday, September 12 at 10.30am BST, 5.30am ET, 7.30pm AEST

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US-based cycling fans can live stream the Tour of Britain with a GCN+ subscription, which costs $8.99 per month or $49.99 annually.

Start times vary, but you'll need to prepare for some sleepy nights, as most of the stages begin at 6am ET / 3am PT or earlier. You can find the schedule higher up the page.

And if you're currently out of the US but want to watch the race, then don't forget to explore the VPN route set out above.

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How to watch Tour of Britain 2021: live stream cycling in Australia

You can tune into the Tour of Britain Down Under with a GCN+ subscription, which costs $12.99 per month or $64.99 annually.

Start times vary, but most of the stages get underway at around 7.30pm AEST. You can find the schedule above.

If you're not currently in Oz, you can download a VPN to tune into your home coverage of the race from anywhere. 

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How to watch the 2021 Tour of Britain: live stream cycling in Canada

You know the score by now. Canadians can also tune into the Tour of Britain live via GCN+ , which costs $11.99 per month or $59.99 annually.

Start times vary, but you'll need to prepare for some sleepy nights, as most of the stages begin at 6am ET / 3am PT or earlier. You can find the Tour of Britain schedule nearer the top of this article.

Not in Canada to catch that GCN+ stream? Well you know the answer by now... using a VPN is the way to make sure you don't miss a moment. 

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Second place on the climbing stage into Caerphilly secured Wout van Aert his second overall title in the Tour of Britain. Compared with his 2021 victory , however, this was far from straightforward although his fine form had been clear from day one.

Through the hills of south Wales, Ineos’s Spanish starlet Carlos Rodríguez, the eventual stage winner, formed an impromptu alliance with local rider Steve Williams to push Van Aert to the edge, in the first of the eight stages where the Belgian’s Jumbo-Visma team were unable to exert any real grip on proceedings.

After Williams – who was guesting for Great Britain here – and Rodríguez had sprung clear on the climb of Bryn Du, high above Aberdare in the heart of the Rhondda, Van Aert’s teammates had been scattered to the four winds on the high moorland and the two strongest climbers in the race were rapidly forging a healthy advantage ahead of a small chase group, Van Aert faced the prospect of losing the race lead he had taken in winning Thursday’s stage into Felixstowe . “I had a really hard time, I didn’t think it was possible to take the general classification.”

The 28-year-old’s only option was to remain calm and hope that enough of his teammates could battle their way up to him, and that they and other squads would take the strain before the race arrived at the final brace of climbs over Caerphilly Mountain in the last eight miles. “I tried to stay calm, as I knew there were two climbers in front, and they would spend a lot of energy getting to the finish circuit.”

In the hiatus while he waited for Steven Kruijswijk and Nathan Van Hooydonck to catch up, Williams and Rodríguez raced into a lead that briefly exceeded 90 seconds.

With several other teams assisting Jumbo-Visma, the duo’s lead evaporated like the puddles from the rain showers that had greeted the race when it entered the hills, and on reaching Caerphilly they were only a handful of seconds ahead.

The first climb of the mountain broke Williams, a 27-year-old from Aberystwyth who has quietly forged a good career racing for the Bahrain-Merida and Israel-Premier Tech team, and who this year had won the Arctic Race of Norway. Rodríguez forged ahead on his own, but although he has had an outstanding year with a stage win and fifth overall in the Tour de France, he was less of a threat to Van Aert, having lost time in a crash in the Cotswolds on Saturday’s stage into Gloucester.

The Spaniard needed to finish 40sec ahead of Van Aert and his 20sec advantage with one 7km lap of the finish circuit put the race in the balance. With no teammates left at his side, the Belgian had to control the Spaniard’s lead while simultaneously ensuring that he did not crack, and that he did not lose ground to three threats for the overall title: Rodríguez’s Ineos teammate Magnus Sheffield, the Norwegian Tobias Johannessen and the Australian Damien Howson, all of whom were a slender 3sec behind him overall.

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While Rodríguez did give the Ineos team a consolatory stage win after the withdrawal of their marquee rider Tom Pidcock on Saturday, he was only 11sec ahead of Van Aert on the line, giving the Belgian his third road race win of 2023. He has had a frustrating mid-season, and it was about time he got the rub of the green.

This was a fine crescendo to a slow-burning week marked by six mass finishes in the first six stages, with 52 riders level on time 3sec behind Van Aert after Friday’s stage into Harlow , but it was far from plain sailing, with this most important climbing stage in effect split into two by a lengthy pause from racing with between 87km and 77km to go, when the race briefly stopped twice and then took a diversion to avoid a stretch of road which had been closed by an accident involving a motorcyclist. The incident was unrelated to the race, but it meant that the entire convoy had to be guided through back streets with racing neutralised and the bunch travelling at controlled speed.

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  • Date: 10 September 2022
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Routes revealed for opening stages of 2024 Tour of Britain Women

WREXHAM is set to host a stage of the 2024 Women's Tour of Britain. 

The prestigious cycling event will return to Wrexham after the men's tour was held in the Welsh city last summer. 

It has been confirmed that the women's event will have two stages in Wales next month and now the routes have been announced. 

The Grand Départ will take place in Welshpool on June 6 and the opening stages will see the world’s top riders tackle some of Wales’ most iconic roads and climbs, with thousands expected to line the streets to welcome the race.

Stage 2 of the event will involve a 140.2km ride starting and ending in Wrexham on June 7 . 

The race’s second stage will start and finish on Chester Street in Wrexham’s city centre and will take in some of the breath taking scenery in Denbighshire, West Cheshire and Chester, with a further one sprint and two Queen of the Mountains segments along the way.

The peloton will travel north out of Wrexham, crossing into West Cheshire after just 20km, where the route ramps up alongside the Peckforton Hill Range, part of the Mid-Cheshire Ridge.

The route will then cross back into Wrexham, taking in the villages of Bangor-on-Dee and Overton, before the sprint will be decided in Johnstown. The race will then continue along a scenic stretch of the Llangollen Canal.

Riders will have less climbing to contend with on this stage, however big crowds will be expected on the iconic Horseshoe Pass, which arrives at a pivotal point of the stage with around 30km to go.

The ensuing descent will set up a fast run-in to Wrexham for the stage finish to conclude the race’s journey in Wales, passing through Minera and Rhostyllen, before a short hop back over the border to Warrington for stage three.

Stage two will start at 11:15, with riders expected to return to Wrexham for the stage finish at approximately 15:15.

Councillor Nigel Williams, Lead member for Economy and Regeneration, Wrexham said: “I’m once again really pleased to see a nationally important event such as the Tour of Britain Women being hosted in Wrexham, giving people the opportunity to see elite cyclists in a major competition.

“The race will give many the opportunity to witness and cheer on the cyclists, be that in the city centre for the start and end stages or as they pass through our communities. Please come to show your support and give them a warm Welsh welcome.”

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Tour of Britain Race Director, Rod Ellingworth, said: “Working with our partners we’ve been able to plot out two really challenging and entertaining stages in Wales to open the race, with some iconic climbs and opportunities for the sprinters too.

“We wanted the Tour of Britain Women to show off the very best of Britain’s roads and scenery, and having spent a lot of time out driving the routes I’m absolutely certain that we’ve delivered.

“Finalising the routes in such a short timeframe has been a huge challenge, and only made possible thanks to the support of colleagues in Welsh Government, Conwy County Borough Council, Powys County Council and Wrexham County Borough Council, who deserve enormous credit for the commitment to the race and women’s cycling more broadly.”

Tour of Britain Women 2024:

  • Stage 1 – Thursday 6 June 2024: Welshpool to Llandudno
  • Stage 2 – Friday 7 June 2024: Wrexham
  • Stage 3 – Saturday 8 June 2024: Warrington
  • Stage 4 – Sunday 9 June 2024: National Cycling Centre to Leigh, Greater Manchester

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Alaphilippe, Van Aert, Cavendish among the stars lining up in Britain

LLANDUDNO SEPTEMBER 08 LR Wout Van Aert of Belgium and Team Jumbo Visma sprints at finish line to win the stage ahead of Julian Alaphilippe of France and Team Deceuninck QuickStep during the 17th Tour of Britain 2021 Stage 4 a 210km stage from Aberaeron to Great Orme Llandudno 1306m TourofBritain TourofBritain on September 08 2021 in Llandudno United Kingdom Photo by Alex LiveseyGetty Images

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The Tour of Britain has returned after a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, getting underway on September 5, as several star names hit the roads for the eight-day race through England, Wales and Scotland.

The race will be broadcast in select locations in Europe and the rest of the world. You can find out how to watch the race wherever you are with our handy guide and with ExpressVPN .

While reigning champion Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix) isn't riding, his age-old rival Wout van Aert heads up the Jumbo-Visma selection as he returns to racing following the Tokyo Olympics.

Ineos Grenadiers' Ethan Hayter leads the race after six stages, having picked up a sprint stage win in Warrington. He leads triple stage winner Van Aert by four seconds with two days to go.

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World champion Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) is also competing, with the Frenchman looking to add to his overall victory in 2018. His teammate, Tour de France green jersey winner Mark Cavendish , is also racing, as is Yves Lampaert.

Dan Martin, Michael Woods and André Greipel line up for Israel Start-Up Nation as one of the strongest teams in the race, while Ineos Grenadiers bring a top team with Hayter, Michał Kwiatkowski, Richie Porte, and Rohan Dennis.

Van Aert will be joined at Jumbo-Visma by George Bennett and Tony Martin, meanwhile. At Movistar, Marc Soler and Matteo Jorgenson lead the way.

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Sprint competition for Cavendish and Greipel comes in the form of Giacomo Nizzolo (Qhubeka NextHash), Dan McLay (Arkéa-Samsic), and the DSM pair of Max Kanter and Nils Eekhoff.

The race takes in eight days running south to north from Cornwall to northern Scotland, with several challenging hilly stages along the way. The Carmarthenshire team time trial on stage 3 will be key, as will uphill finishes on stage 4 in Llandudno and stage 6 in Gateshead.

Check here for our comprehensive race preview , and read on for all the information on how to watch the 2021 Tour of Britain

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The race will be aired in select countries around Europe on Eurosport and Eurosport Player . A subscription to Eurosport Player costs £6.99 for a single month, £4.99 for a year-long monthly pass, or £39.99 for a 12-month pass.

GCN+ will also air the race, with coverage available in the UK, the USA, Australia, Canada, and around Europe and numerous other countries around the world. Pricing runs the same as a Eurosport Player subscription.

In the UK, ITV4 will also be airing the race live and in full, as well as showing a highlights package at 8pm.

In France, live coverage will be provided by L'Equipe TV .

Be warned, though, geo-restrictions may apply if you're outside your home country or on holiday during the Tour of Britain.

You can get around that, however, by accessing the streams via a VPN, with ExpressVPN offering the ability to simulate being back in your home country, allowing you to watch the race live on various devices – including Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android phone, iPads, tablets, etc.

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Britain's Luke Rowe competes in the twentieth stage of the Tour de France cycling race, an individual time trial over 22.5 kilometers (14 miles) with start and finish in Marseille, southern France, on July 22, 2017. British cyclist Luke Rowe, who played a role in five Tour de France victories for three different leaders, will retire at the end of the season. The 34-years-old Rowe, a good classic rider, has been riding with the team which was then known as Sky since 2012. He took part in eight consecutive editions of the Tour de France. Credit: AP/Claude Paris

LONDON — British cyclist Luke Rowe, who played a role in five Tour de France victories for three different leaders, will retire at the end of the season, his Ineos Grenadiers team said Friday.

The 34-year-old Rowe, a good classic rider, has been with the team which was previously known as Sky since 2012.

He took part in eight consecutive editions of the Tour, helping Chris Froome, Geraint Thomas and Egan Bernal to victory, often in the role of road captain.

Rowe had signed a new 2-year contract to remain with Ineos Grenadiers through to 2025 but decided to bring forward his retirement by a season after getting injured in a crash during the E3 Saxo Classic in March.

“I’ve had an amazing career and I have absolutely no regrets," he said. “But the last 18 months have been testing in different ways and with this latest crash and resulting injury, it just feels like now is the right time to bow out, head home to Wales and spend a bit more time with my family.”

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Giro d'Italia 2024: Preview, full schedule and how to watch live

Tadej Pogacar is chasing his first Giro d'Italia title

The Giro d’Italia 2024 is about to kick off the Grand Tour season in men’s road cycling .

On Saturday 4 May, Venaria Reale will host the opening stage of the 107 th edition of the Corsa Rosa that will see its conclusion three weeks later in Rome on Sunday 26 May.

All eyes will be on the Slovenian superstar Tadej Pogacar , who aims to become the first rider since Marco Pantani in 1998 to achieve the Giro-Tour double.

Reigning champion and Olympic time trial gold medallist, Primoz Roglic , will not be defending his crown, as he has got his eyes set on the Tour de France.

The 2024 edition of the Italian Grand Tour features gruelling mountain stages in the Alps, gravel roads in Tuscany and more than 70 kilometres of time trial. The winner will lift the prestigious Trofeo Senza Fine (Endless Trophy) and wear the coveted Maglia Rosa in the Italian capital.

This year's race will cover a total of 3400.8 kilometres , making it the shortest edition in 45 years.

Find everything you need to know about the Giro d’Italia 2024 below, including the riders to look out for and how to watch the event live.

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Who are the riders to watch at the Giro d’Italia 2024?

Pink jersey (general classification).

There is one overwhelming favourite for the Giro d’Italia 2024, and that is Tadej Pogacar .

Fresh off his second Liège–Bastogne–Liège title in impressive fashion, the two-time Tour de France winner is arriving to Italy in top shape.

Pogacar started his season by conquering the gravel roads of Strade Bianche , riding 81 kilometres solo to claim victory in Siena.

At Volta a Catalunya , the Slovenian swept four out of seven stages, securing the overall victory and sending a clear message to his rivals at the Giro about who the man to beat is.

Geraint Thomas suffered heartbreak at last year’s Giro d’italia, narrowly missing out on the overall victory by just 14 seconds.

The 2018 Tour de France champion was leading the race going into the penultimate stage, only to relinquish the pink jersey to Primoz Roglic after the Slovenian's formidable performance in the individual time trial.

The INEOS Grenadiers leader has some unfinished business with the Corsa Rosa and will try to pose a challenge to Pogacar.

Among the outsiders is Australia's Ben O’Connor (Decathlon AG2R), who finished fourth in the 2021 Tour de France.

This year, the 28-year-old has consistently finished within the top five in week-long stage races. At the Giro d'Italia warm-up race, the Tour of the Alps, he was the runner-up behind the former Maglia Rosa wearer Juan Pedro Lopez , who also will be lining up at the start line in Venaria Reale.

French veteran Romain Bardet recently said that he is at his best level in years and is convinced he can challenge for the podium.

A second place at the Liège–Bastogne–Liège behind Pogacar was a boost of morale for the 33-year-old, who has not been on a Grand Tour podium since 2018, when he finished third at the Tour de France.

Daniel Martínez will lead the BORA - hansgrohe team. The Colombian climber is no longer in the shadow of INEOS stars Geraint Thomas and Egan Bernal , following his move to the German team ahead of this season.

In 2021, Martínez was a strong domestique for compatriot Bernal and helped him secure the overall victory. He also achieved his best overall result in a Grand Tour by finishing in the top five that year. With the absence of teammate Roglic, it is up to Martínez to secure a top result.

“The Killer Bees” Team Visma|Lease a Bike made history in 2023, becoming the first team to claim all three Grand Tours in a single year. Although a repetition of the historic achievement looks difficult, the Dutch team have put their faith in 21-year-old prodigy Cian Uijtdebroeks .

The Belgian has been under the wings of reigning Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard at the O Gran Camiño and Tirreno-Adriatico. Now he faces the ultimate test as Grand Tour captain.

Cyclamen jersey (points classification)

This year’s course is more sprinter-friendly than usual, featuring eight expected mass sprint finishes. Jonathan Milan of Lidl-Trek will aim to defend the maglia ciclamino (mauve jersey for the points classification) that he secured last year.

However, he will face a fierce competition for the mauve jersey as several of the world's top sprinters will travel to Italy.

Soudal Quick-Step will fully support Remco Evenepoel at the Tour de France, giving Tim Merlier the opportunity to pursue success at the Giro.

The Belgian has been one of the fastest sprinters during the first part of the season, winning three stages at the UAE Tour, the Nokere Koerse, and the sprinters’ classic Scheldeprijs.

Another challenge will come from Australian Kaden Groves . In 2023, the Alpecin-Deceuninck rider added stage wins at both the Giro and the Vuelta a España, where he also left with the green jersey.

Biniam Girmay will be back on Italian soil, where he outsprinted Mathieu van der Poel in the Giro two years ago to take his first Grand Tour stage victory. The Eritrean looks to be close to his form from 2022.

Dutch sprinter Olav Kooij will finally get his Grand Tour debut. The 22-year-old beat Mads Pedersen twice to claim two stage wins at the Paris-Nice in March and is one of the most promising sprinters in the peloton.

Five-time Vuelta a España stage winner Fabio Jakobsen is set to race his first Giro and can complete the set of Grand Tour wins, having already secured a stage victory at the Tour de France in 2022.

Will Filippo Ganna sprint for stage wins again? The Italian time trial specialist was fighting in the bunch sprints at last year’s Vuelta a España and showed a new side of his talent.

Despite not having shone in the last couple of years, Caleb Ewan and Fernando Gaviria are both multiple Grand Tour stage winners and they have the power to be competitive in the bunch sprints.

Blue jersey (mountains classification)

Unlike in the Tour de France, the winner of the mountains classification in the Giro d’Italia is usually not the same as the winner of the general classification.

Thibaut Pinot , who has since retired, clinched the blue jersey in the previous edition while finishing fifth overall.

However, the breakaway riders often view for the mountains classification.

A potential contender is Simon Geschke of Cofidis. The German rider was close to seal the polka dot jersey at the Tour de France in 2022, but ultimately Jonas Vingegaard ended up with both the yellow and polka dot jersey.

Other names to watch are Britain's Simon Carr , who just won a stage and the mountains classification at the Tour of the Alps, and Dutchman Koen Bouwman , who is aiming for his second blue jersey after claiming it in 2022.

Key stages of the Giro d’Italia 2024

Five stages are singled out by cycling experts as the most decisive for the Giro d'Italia 2024.

The first one arrives already on stage two , which is the earliest summit finish in 35 years. It is a true climbing test, which takes the peloton to Santuario di Oropa (6.2% over 11.8km) and will give an early indication of who will be the main general classification contenders.

A 40.6-kilometre time trial awaits the peloton on stage seven . The course is technical and the uphill finish should shake up the top ten. Some will see it as an oppornunity to gain time, while others will try to limit their losses.

Stage 15 is the queen stage of the 2024 Giro d’Italia. Containing 5,200 metres of elevation gain over 220 kilometres, it is a brutal day in the mountains. Hopefully, snowfall will not affect this blockbuster Alpine stage.

The riders get a rest day following the queen stage, but already on stage 16 , climbing legs will be tested again. It includes the Passo dello Stelvio , the Cima Coppi of this year’s race. At an elevation of 2,757 metres it is the second highest pass in the Alps.

The lack of oxygen at high altitude will make the peloton suffer. With over 100 kilometres remaining from the summit of Stelvio, the favourites who might fall behind still have the chance to catch up before the final ascents to Passo Pinei and Monte Pana.

Stage 20 , the penultimate stage before the procession around the streets of Rome, promises a decisive battle in the mountains for the final general classification. Two gruelling ascents of Monte Grappa - 18.2 kilometres at 8.1% - will determine who earns the right to wear the pink jersey in Rome and hoist the Endless Trophy .

Day-by-day route of the Giro d’Italia 2024

Saturday 4 May, stage 1: Venaria Reale-Torino, medium mountains, 140 km ⭐⭐⭐

Sunday 5 May, stage 2: San Francesco al Campo–Santuario di Oropa (Biella), medium mountains, 161 km ⭐⭐⭐

Monday 6 May, stage 3: Novara-Fossano, hilly, 166 km ⭐⭐

Tuesday 7 May, stage 4: Acqui Terme-Andora, hilly, 190 km ⭐⭐

Wednesday 8 May, stage 5: Genova-Lucca, medium mountains,178 km ⭐⭐⭐

Thursday 9 May, stage 6: Viareggio-Rapolano Terme, medium mountains, 180 km ⭐⭐

Friday 10 May, stage 7: Foligno-Perugia, individual time trial, 40,6 km ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Saturday 11 May, stage 8: Spoleto-Prati di Tivo, high mountains,152 km ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Sunday 12 May, stage 9: Avezzano-Napoli, medium mountains, 214 km ⭐⭐⭐

Monday 13 May: Rest day

Tuesday 14 May, stage 10: Pompei-Cusano Mutri (Bocca della Selva), medium mountains, 142 km ⭐⭐⭐

Wednesday 15 May, stage 11: Foiano di Val Fortore-Francavilla al Mare, hilly, 207 km ⭐⭐

Thursday 16 May, stage 12: Martinsicuro-Fano, medium mountains, 193 km ⭐⭐⭐

Friday 17 May, stage 13: Riccione-Cento, flat, 179 km ⭐

Saturday 18 May, stage 14: Castiglione delle Stiviere-Desenzano del Garda, individual time trial, 31,2 km ⭐⭐⭐

Sunday 19 May, stage 15: Manerba del Garda-Livigno (Mottolino), high mountains, 222 km ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Monday 20 May: Rest day

Tuesday 21 May, stage 16: Livigno-Santa Cristina Val Gardena (Monte Pana), high mountains, 202 km ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Wednesday 22 May, stage 17: Selva di Val Gardena-Passo Brocon, high mountains, 159 km ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Thursday 23 May, stage 18: Fiera di Primiero-Padova, hilly, 171 km ⭐⭐

Friday 24 May, stage 19: Mortegliano-Cima Sappada, medium mountains, 157 km ⭐⭐⭐

Saturday 25 May, stage 20: Alpago-Bassano del Grappa, high mountains, 181 km ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Sunday 26 May, stage 21: Roma-Roma, flat, 122 km ⭐

How to watch the Giro d’Italia 2024

The Giro d'Italia 2024 will be shown live around the world. Here is a list of the official broadcast partners across different territories.

  • Albania - Eurosport
  • Andorra - Eurosport
  • Austria - Eurosport
  • Belarus - Eurosport
  • Belgium - VRT/RTBF.be/RTL Belgium/VTM Medialaan/Eurosport
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina - Eurosport
  • Bulgaria- Eurosport
  • Croatia - Eurosport
  • Cyprus - Eurosport
  • Czechia - Eurosport
  • Denmark - Eurosport
  • Estonia - Eurosport
  • Finland - Eurosport
  • France - La Chaine L’Equipe
  • Georgia - Eurosport
  • Germany - Eurosport
  • Greece - Eurosport
  • Hungary - Eurosport
  • Iceland - Eurosport
  • Ireland - Eurosport
  • Israel - STARZPLAY/Eurosport
  • Italy - Rai/Eurosport
  • Latvia - Eurosport
  • Liechtenstein - Eurosport
  • Lithuania - Eurosport
  • Luxembourg - Eurosport
  • Malta - STARZPLAY/Eurosport
  • Moldova - Eurosport
  • Montenegro - Eurosport
  • Netherlands - NOS/Eurosport
  • North Macedonia - Eurosport
  • Norway - Eurosport
  • Poland - Eurosport
  • Portugal - Eurosport
  • Principality of Monaco - Eurosport
  • Romania - Eurosport
  • San Marino - Rai/Eurosport
  • Serbia - Eurosport
  • Slovakia - Eurosport
  • Slovenia - Planet TV/Eurosport
  • Spain - EITB/Eurosport
  • Sweden - Eurosport
  • Switzerland - SRG SSR/Eurosport
  • Ukarine - Eurosport
  • United Kingdom - Eurosport
  • Vatican City - Rai/Eurosport
  • Wales - S4C

North and Central America

  • Canada - FloSports
  • Dominican Republic - Eurosport
  • United States - MAX USA/BeIN Sport

South America

  • Argentina - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Bolivia - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Brazil - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Chile - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Colombia - + Claro/DirecTV/Caracol TV
  • Ecuador - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Guyana - DirecTV/Eurosport
  • Paraguay - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Peru - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Suriname - + Claro/DirecTV
  • The Caribbean - DirecTV
  • Uruguay - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Venezuela - + Claro/DirecTV
  • Afghanistan - Eurosport
  • Armenia - Eurosport
  • Azerbaijan - Eurosport
  • Bahrain - STARZPLAY
  • Bangladesh - Eurosport
  • Bhutan - Eurosport
  • Cambodia - Eurosport
  • People’s Republic of China - Zhibo.tv
  • India - Eurosport
  • Indonesia - Eurosport
  • Iran - STARZPLAY
  • Iraq - STARZPLAY
  • Japan - J Sports
  • Jordan - STARZPLAY
  • Kazakhstan - Eurosport
  • Kuwait - STARZPLAY
  • Kyrgyzstan - Eurosport
  • Lebanon - STARZPLAY
  • Malaysia - Eurosport
  • Maldives - Eurosport
  • Mongolia - Eurosport
  • Myanmar - Eurosport
  • Nepal - Eurosport
  • Oman - STARZPLAY
  • Pakistan - Eurosport
  • Philippines - Eurosport
  • Qatar - STARZPLAY
  • Russia - Eurosport
  • Saudi Arabia - STARZPLAY
  • Singapore - Eurosport
  • Republic of Korea - Eurosport
  • Sri Lanka - Eurosport
  • Syria - STARZPLAY
  • Chinese Taipei - Eurosport
  • Türkiye - Eurosport
  • United Arab Emirates - STARZPLAY
  • Yemen - STARZPLAY
  • Australia - SBS/Eurosport
  • Papua New Guinea - Eurosport
  • Algeria - STARZPLAY
  • Djibouti - STARZPLAY
  • Egypt - STARZPLAY
  • Libya - STARZPLAY
  • Morocco - STARZPLAY/Eurosport
  • South Africa - Supersport
  • Tunisia - STARZPLAY

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