Watch Tour de France 2014 Live Stream + Video of Stage 1

Tour de France 2014 Live Stream Video

It’s time for the 2014 Tour de France! 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.

The 101st Tour de France starts on the 5th of July 2014 at 7:00 AM ET – make sure you miss none of the live action from Le Tour!

Through 3664 km, 21 stages and 23 days, 198 cyclists comprising 22 teams will go all the way from Leeds to Paris in the biggest cycling event of the year. The Tour de France live stream will be available on this website, and will give cycling fans all over the world the opportunity to keep close tabs on this event.

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

On Saturday, the first stage will take cyclists from Leeds to Harrogate. This first stage is one of nine flat stages in this year’s Tour de France, and is expected to take around five hours for the sprinters to finish. The first 2014 Tour de France stage is 190.5km long, whilst pundits and fans alike are predicting a bunch sprint right from the start.

The 22 teams will be looking to take an early advantage in the first flat stage of the 2014 Tour de France. Vital to this goal are the teams’ sprint trains. Omega Pharma-Quick-Step, Giant-Shimano and Lotto-Belisol are expected to sport a strong sprint train, which should boost their respective leaders’ chances of wearing the yellow shirt. Fans of Le Tour can follow all the action thanks to the Tour de France live stream thanks to links provided here.

Tour de France 2014 Preview

Mark Cavendish is heavily-considered as the favorite to wear the yellow shirt for the first time in his mother’s hometown of Harrogate. Peter Sagan, from the Cannondale team, and Marcel Kittel, a cyclist with the Team Giant-Shimano, are also expected to be in the race for the shirt and could well challenge Cavendish.

This time round, Cavendish isn’t suffering from fatigue after skipping the Giro d’Italia, and will be looking to add to his 25 stage wins. He is understood to have recovered from sickness after the Tour de Suisse, and stated that he feels in a good condition. Cycling fans can follow Cavendish’s performances in Le Tour thanks to the Tour de France live stream.

Tour de France Highlights Video

All is set for the Grand Départ in Leeds. The arduous road to Paris will traverse four countries and 21 stages, but the big question remains – who will be wearing the yellow shirt at the Champs-Elysees? The 2014 Tour de France curtain raiser is set to start in a few hours, and all the action will be available in the Tour de France live stream.

Before the first stage of the Tour de France starts, 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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