And yet we still can't safely predict who will be stood at the top of the podium when the dust has settled in Paris on Sunday. It's a much easier task to live stream Tour de France cycling action from wherever you are in the world by simply reading on - it's even FREE in some countries. The Tour de France has certainly been an intriguing one thus far, with the riders heading over cobbles, up mountains and through the beautiful French countryside.
TVs Tour de France How to watch the Alpine stages and Paris finish Men in spandex will race over the mountains to determine the winner this weekend. Here's how to stream the action live in the US.
The current leader at the end of every stage gets to wear the iconic yellow jersey and for most of the race that honor has ridden on the back of France's Julian Alaphilippe.
The final stages this weekend, which take place over a grueling course through the Alps, will determine whether he gets to keep it as the cyclists cross the finish line in Paris on Sunday.
Here's what you need to know about how to stream the Tour de France. How can I watch the tour on TV?
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ET How can I watch the tour online? Cord cutters: If you don't have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can watch with a live-TV streaming service but will need to make sure you can get a live feed of NBC.
In some markets, you can watch on-demand but not live content from NBC and the other local networks.
NBC will show live coverage and highlights on the final two days July 27 and 28 that you can watch with one of these OTA antennas. Other stuff to know about live TV streaming services: You'll need a solid internet connection.
You can watch any of them on TV as long as your smart TV has the service's app.
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