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How to Watch the Tour de France Wherever You Are

It’s one of cycling’s most prestigious and challenging events, and this Sunday NBC Sports will stream the first of three NBC broadcasts of the 105th running of the Tour de France.

Cyclists from around the globe will converge on France for the 21-stage race that spans more than 2,000 miles.

Organizers say 3.5 billion people in 190 countries tune in each year to watch the Tour de France. You can see the first of three NBC broadcasts from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Additional coverage will follow on July 14 and with the race’s end in Paris on Sunday, July 29.

You can livestream the race on on your desktop or laptop computer or your mobile device by clicking on this link. 

You can also watch the coverage on or in the NBC Sports App (download it from iTunes here or from Google Play here). All you need is your TV service provider’s username and password.

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Source: NBC Los Angeles

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