The Tour de France welcomes stage 16! 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.
Paris has never been so close! Six days are all that separate the cyclists from glory in the Champs-Élysées. Le Tour fans can watch the sixteenth stage on Tuesday 22 July 2014 as the cyclists, fresh from a rest day, take to the road again. The sixteenth stage starts at around 5:00 AM ET, and fans worldwide can follow it thanks to the Tour de France live stream.
Monday’s much-needed rest day offered cyclists the opportunity to wind down after five tough days on the road. Early on Tuesday, cyclists depart from Carcassonne towards Bagnères-de-Luchon for the sixteenth Tour de France stage. Six stages are all that remain, yet with three difficult stages on the horizon, nothing is really decided yet. All the action from stage sixteen will be available in the Tour de France live stream on Tuesday 22 July 2014.
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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).
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From Tallard to Nîmes, on Sunday cyclists battled it out on relatively easy terrain. The 222km-long road saw Alexander Kristoff win his second 2014 Tour de France stage in a spectacular finish. Kristoff left Jack Bauer and Martin Elmiger in his wake as he finished first, yet sturdier challenges await him this week.
Monday marked the second and last rest day in this edition of Le Tour. Coming up for the cyclists are three extremely-difficult stages which could shuffle the standings. Starting today, cyclists will have to face steep inclines in the longest stage of the 2014 Tour de France. The sixteenth stage will be available on the Tour de France live stream on Tuesday.
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Britain lost a cyclist on Sunday as Simon Yates pulled out of the race with injury, and tougher stages await. The sixteenth Tour de France stage will see the riders traverse 237.5km of mountainous terrain en route to Bagnères-de-Luchon, which will take more than six hours to finish. The stage’s highlights are, without any doubt, the mountain passes and hills.
Along the road, cyclists will have to make do with two category 4 passes, and category 3, 2 and H passes. The longest stage in this year’s Tour de France will test the riders’ mettle as they take on one of the most important stages so far. Fans can follow the teams on the Tour de France live stream.
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Nibali is still on the forefront, yet the sixteenth 2014 Tour de France stage is a make-or-break tie. Surprises could still be in store ahead of Sunday’s final stage – will Vincenzo Nibali hold on to the yellow shirt? All the updates from the sixteenth stage can be followed on the Tour de France live stream on Tuesday 22 July 2014!
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