The Tour de France is in full swing. If you missed the first week of cycling, then you have not missed anything. Only in the second week of the three-week race, it will be interesting when the mountain stages begin. Apart from the fact that the current leader is wearing a yellow jersey, I know almost nothing about the Tour de France, but I find that I can only see the beautiful French countryside passing by and the insane ascent and descent in and out of the Alps  Learn how to stream the Tour de France.
When is this?
The Tour de France started on July 7th and ends on Sunday, July 29th on the Champs-Elysees in Paris
How can I follow the tour on TV?
The Tour de France airs on NBC and NBCSN. The live broadcast starts between 6:30 am and 8:00 pm ET and runs until 1
How can I view the tour online?
You can stream the tour live on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App, but you'll have to prove it has a TV subscription that includes NBC. If you're really interested in the tour, you can pay $ 49.99 a year for the NBC Sports Gold Cycling Pass, which allows live commercial broadcasting.
Drawstringers have a number of options to see the tour. You can stream the tour live with one of the five live TV streaming services or FuboTV, provided you live in a market that receives live feeds from NBC and NBCSN (as opposed to video-on-demand content only). , Each service offers a free, 7-day trial.
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DirectTV Now is a simple, $ 35 live package featuring NBC and NBCSN. Click here to check the availability of local live channels in your area.
Hulu with live TV
Hulu with live TV costs $ 40 a month and includes NBC and NBCSN. Check which live channels Hulu offers in your area.
PlayStation Vue offers a 40-per-month access plan with NBC and NBCSN. Channel layouts vary by region. See what local live networks you find on the PlayStation Vue Plans page.
Sling TV's plan for $ 25 a month includes NBC and NBCSN. Click here to see if you can get a live feed from NBC in your area.
YouTube TV is currently available in dozens of major metro markets. It costs $ 40 a month and includes NBC and NBCSN.
Sports-centered streaming service FuboTV includes a live feed from NBC and NBCSN in dozens of markets. FuboTV costs $ 34.99 for the first month before jumping up to $ 44.99 per month.