Watch Tour de France 2014 Live Stream + Online Video Highlights of Stage 17

Watch Tour de France 2014 Live Stream Stage Video

The Tour de France moves on to stage 17! Cycling fans can watch the Tour de France 2014 Live Stream from the US, the UK and all over the world. The Tour de France will be available on the Internet thanks to links to live streams provided below and on national TV channels. If you miss the live stream for any stage, you can also watch videos of the 2014 Tour de France with all the action from your smartphone, tablet or laptop, thanks to videos provided on this website.

Five days are all that remain! Paris beckons the cyclists, and fans all over the world await the Champs-Élysées with unprecedented eagerness! Fans of the Tour de France can follow the seventeenth stage on Wednesday 23 July 2014 starting at around 7:30 AM ET. Five stages are all that remain, and the stakes have never been higher!

Cavendish and Contador are both out of the race, but Vincenzo Nibali remains! After seven consecutive stages, the Italian still prides the yellow shirt. Nibali has been in fantastic form, and with five stages remaining it’s tough imagining someone else taking the yellow shirt from him. Nevertheless, surprises could still be in store, and all the action from stage 17 will be available in the Tour de France live stream on Wednesday 23 July 2014.

Tour de France live stream

Fans worldwide will be able to watch the Tour de France 2014 live stream thanks to links provided here. National TV channels will also be broadcasting each stage, including Eurosport France (France), RAI (Italy), ITV (UK), RDS (Canada) and NBC Sport (USA).

A few minutes before each 2014 Tour de France stage, come back here on TechNews.org to know everything about live stream of the race. And at the end of each stage, fans can also watch the highlights from the 2014 Tour de France.

Tour de France Live Stream

It’s been a full eighteen days since the 2014 Tour de France started, and cycling fans now have a clearer picture of how will be on the podium on Sunday in the Champs-Élysées. Vincenzo Nibali is still a heavy-favorite to end the race in yellow, whilst Joaquim Rodríguez could still be wearing the polka-dot shirt.

From Carcassonne to Bagnères-de-Luchon, cyclists gave their all in one of this edition’s mountainous stages, yet ultimately Rogers prevailed. Stage 17 is yet another mountainous stage and further challenges await the cyclists. As Le Tour approaches its conclusion, each stage counts, and fans can follow the action on the Tour de France live stream.

Tour de France 2014 Preview

The road from Saint-Gaudens to Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet is a long one, yet it doesn’t compare to stage 16, which saw the riders cycle through 237.5km. Stage 17 is rather more clement in terms of length, taking the cyclists through 124.5km, and cycling fans can watch stage 17 thanks to the Tour de France live stream.

Although shorter in length, stage 17 will still take cyclists approximately six hours to arrive in Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet. The principal reason behind the duration is, without a shred of doubt, the mountain passes and hills. The 17th 2014 Tour de France stage will test cyclists with three category 1 inclines, and another one classified as category H.

Tour de France Highlights Video

Nibali remains favorite to win the 2014 Tour de France, yet the polka-dot shirt remains up for grabs. Stage 17 is a make-or-break race for anyone who wants to challenge Joaquim Rodríguez for his shirt, and all the action will be available thanks to the Tour de France live stream.

Before stage 17 of the Tour de France, come back on TechNews.org for more information and details to watch the Tour de France live stream here. You can also watch the stage’s highlights after it’s over, thanks to videos provided on this website.

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