The 2017 Tour de France is fast approaching and the world’s top cyclists will convene to compete in a gruelling 21 stage race, across 23 days that covers a total of 3,540 kilometres as they journey towards the French capital. Each hoping to wear the honoured yellow jersey.
Having been founded in 1903, this year will also mark the 104th edition of the race and the first time in 30 years that the prestigious ‘Grand Depart’ will be starting off in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Individual time trials will commence on 1st July, with the action starting the next day on the 2nd July, and for the first time ever, iTV will be showing the entire live coverage and highlights of the race daily!
Past Years Results
2016 – Chris Froome (GBR) from Team Sky
2015 – Chris Froome (GBR) from Team Sky
2014 – Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) from Astana
2013 – Chris Froome (GBR) from Team Sky
2012 – Bradley Wiggins (GBR) from Team Sky
2017 Tour de France Full Route & Schedule
Individual Time Trial: Saturday 1 July & Saturday 22 July
The Race: Sunday 2 July – Sunday 23 July
Live Stream: Starting on 1 July (Monday) at 1400GMT.
1 July (Saturday) – Individual Time Trial (2pm-6pm)
2 July (Sunday) – Flat (11am-4:45pm)
3 July (Monday) – Hilly (11am-4:45pm)
4 July (Tuesday) – Flat (11am-4:30pm)
5 July (Wednesday) – Hilly (12pm-4:45pm)
6 July (Thursday) – Flat (11am-5pm)
7 July (Friday) – Flat (11am-5pm)
8 July (Saturday) – Hilly (11am-4:30pm)
9 July (Sunday) – Mountain (10:30am-4:30pm)
10 July (Monday) – Rest Day
11 July (Tuesday) – Flat (12pm-5pm)
12 July (Wednesday) – Flat (12pm-5:15pm)
13 July (Thursday) – Mountain (9:45am-4:30pm)
14 July (Friday) – Mountain (1:30pm-5pm)
15 July (Saturday) – Hilly (12pm-5pm)
16 July (Sunday) – Hilly (12pm-5:30pm)
17 July (Monday) – Rest Day
18 July (Tuesday) – Flat (12:30pm-4:45pm)
19 July (Wednesday) – Mountain (11am-5pm)
20 July (Thursday) – Mountain (11:30am-5pm)
21 July (Friday) – Flat (11am-5pm)
22 July (Saturday) – Individual Time Trial (12:30pm-5pm)
23 July (Sunday) – Flat (3:30pm-7pm)
Tour de France Resources
Official Event Page Here.
Official Route & Schedule Here.
iTV Hub Resources
Programme Page Here.
Live Stream Schedule Here.
Watch 2017 Tour de France Live Online With Our VPN
As part of a deal to show cycling’s showpiece event until 2019, iTV Hub will be showing the entire race to all U.K residents for free. However, if you’re not currently in the U.K. then you’ll need to connect to our VPN first before attempting to stream.
VPN Connection Setup Guide
1) Sign Up for a My Private Network account.
2) Install our VPN on any device that you’ll be using to watch the 2017 Tour de France.
3) Connect to our U.K (GBR) servers.
Stream the 2017 Tour de France on iTV Hub from outside of the U.K.
1) Head to the iTV Hub website or download the iTV Hub app on iOS or Android.
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
Tip: Tour de France will be airing live from 1 July 2017 on iTV4.
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