2017 Tour De France Live

2017 Tour De France Live This year’s Tour gets under way with a 14 kilometre individual time trial in the city of Düsseldorf, Germany, on Saturday July 1, 2017. The first rider will roll down the starting ramp at around 2pm, with Telegraph Sport’s live coverage starting at 1.30pm 2017 Tour De France Live, Stream, Online, Streaming, Watch, 2017, Game, free, Time, info, tv show.

Tour De France Live

2017 Tour De France Live

And when does the Tour de France finish. The second grand tour of the season concludes a little over three weeks later with the 103km stage from Montgeron to Paris on Sunday July 23.Eurosport, ITV and S4C will be broadcasting every 2017 Tour De France Live stage live each day – click here for full stage-by-stage details of broadcast times – whileTelegraph Sport will provide live blogs to keep you up to speed with the latest news. Bookmark this page for all of Saturday’s action.

Mark Cavendish has always put pressure on himself when riding the Tour de France but this year he goes into the world’s greatest bike race knowing that even a single stage win will be a bonus after the loss of the bulk of the season because of 2017 Tour De France Live glandular fever brought on by the Epstein-Barr virus.

As a result all talk of getting close to or passing Eddy Merckx’s career tally of 34 stage wins has been shelved for this year.“Hopefully I’m not sick,” said Cavendish, who won four stages and wore the yellow jersey in 2016. “My results show that I’m over the worst. I’ve had two months off and seven weeks to prepare for the Tour 2017 Tour De France Live.

“I’m not in ideal condition but the good thing about being a sprinter is that sometimes you can win on luck, if you pick the right wheels and 2017 Tour De France Live you get the right run, and it’s worth coming for that chance because there are a lot of sprint days.”

NBA free agency officially began early Saturday, and there was plenty of action before and after the market opened. In the biggest move, the Indiana 2017 Tour De France Live Pacers agreed to trade All-Star forward Paul George to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Shortly after, two-time MVP Stephen Curry agreed to the richest contract in NBA history, a five-year, $201 million deal to re-sign with the Golden State Warriors. As the offseason spending spree rolls on, keep tabs on all the moves with USA TODAY Sports’ free agency tracker 2017 Tour De France Live.