Stage set for 104th edition of Tour de France starting from 1st July 2017 and ends on 23rd July 2017. A total of 21 stages and 3,540 km fixed for the biggest cycling event. We have 198 riders and 22 teams competing in 2017 Tour De France. Cycling fans can watch the event on both Tv and online.
The live streaming of 2017 Tour De France will be available through the official website of Eurosport. You can find full Tv channels to watch the race below. You can find full course details and distance covered on each day below. The live coverage of the race starts at 2 PM UK time. Let’s check out more news and coverage details of Tour De France 2017 below.
Tour de France Live Streaming Free
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Tour de France 2017 Live Stream
Let’s check out the full list of broadcast channels in different countries below.
Tour de France 2017 telecast
Ten Sports & Ten Action – India
Dubai Sports – Middle East
NBC Sports – USA
TSN – Canada
SBS – Australia
ZDF – Germany
Sky Italia Rai – Italy
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Tour de France 2017 Stages
Get full stages and Kilo Meters covered below.
|1||1 July||Düsseldorf (Germany)||14 km (9 mi)|
|2||2 July||Düsseldorf (Germany) to Liège (Belgium)||203.5 km (126 mi)|
|3||3 July||Verviers (Belgium) to Longwy||212.5 km (132 mi)|
|4||4 July||Mondorf-les-Bains (Luxembourg) to Vittel||207.5 km (129 mi)|
|5||5 July||Vittel to La Planche des Belles Filles||160.5 km (100 mi)|
|6||6 July||Vesoul to Troyes||216 km (134 mi)|
|7||7 July||Troyes to Nuits-Saint-Georges||213.5 km (133 mi)|
|8||8 July||Dole to Station des Rousses||187.5 km (117 mi)|
|9||9 July||Nantua to Chambéry||181.5 km (113 mi)|
|10||11 July||Périgueux to Bergerac||178 km (111 mi)|
|11||12 July||Eymet to Pau||203.5 km (126 mi)|
|12||13 July||Pau to Peyragudes||214.5 km (133 mi)|
|13||14 July||Saint-Girons to Foix||101 km (63 mi)|
|14||15 July||Blagnac to Rodez||181.5 km (113 mi)|
|15||16 July||Laissac-Sévérac-l’Église to Le Puy-en-Velay||189.5 km (118 mi)|
|17 July||Le Puy-en-Velay|
|16||18 July||Le Puy-en-Velay to Romans-sur-Isère||165 km (103 mi)|
|17||19 July||La Mure to Serre Chevalier||183 km (114 mi)|
|18||20 July||Briançon to Col d’Izoard||179.5 km (112 mi)|
|19||21 July||Embrun to Salon-de-Provence||222.5 km (138 mi)|
|20||22 July||Marseille||22.5 km (14 mi)|
|21||23 July||Montgeron to Paris (Champs-Élysées)||103 km (64 mi)|
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