How to watch 2020 Tour de France: live stream stages 14 and 15 this weekend


The Tour de France is ready for one of its most dramatic finishes this weekend as stage 14 sees a grandstand finish in the heart of France’s third largest city, Lyon. The 194km route is flat but lumpy, while Sunday’s stage 15 is back to the mountains and a 174.5km ride finishing in Grand Colombier. Follow our guide as we explain how to watch cycling online and get a 2020 Tour de France live stream for stages 14 and 15 this weekend.

2020 Tour de France essentials

The Tour de France is a 21-stage event that takes place over 23 days, starting on Saturday, August 29 and finishing on Sunday, September 20. There are multiple ways to watch a FREE Tour de France live stream in places like the UK, France, Italy and more. Anyone outside of their country of residence can watch just like they normally would at home by using a VPN – and right now you can save up to 50% on ExpressVPN – our No. 1 pick.

Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic has so far lived up his billing as the pre-race favourite and in stage 13 extended his lead to the point it might be unassailable – the Team Jumbo-Visma rider now 44 seconds ahead of second placed Tadej Pogacar and 59 seconds in front of last year’s winner, Egan Bernal. However, the climbers could still make up ground in the Alps next week and make for a thrilling final few stages as we inch closer to the iconic finish on the Champs-Elysee in Paris.

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