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Tour de France 2016: How to watch cycling’s biggest event online and on mobile free

The Tour de France 2016 is well underway, and if you’re not able to catch the action in-person, you’re going to need to know how to keep up with the event online.

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With 70 hours of live cycling to be shown during the event, there’s plenty of action still to come, and we’ve got all the information you need to stay up to date.

It’s easy to watch online. ITV has the rights to show the event until 2019, so this year, all the coverage is being shown on ITV 4.

Which means you can watch live online by heading over to the ITV Hub during the coverage and hitting the play button. It’s as simple as that.

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Coverage started on Saturday, and has been scheduled until Thursday, with the live programme showing in the day time and a highlights programme in the evenings between 7pm and 8pm. Here’s the full ITV 4 schedule:

Monday 4
Live: 2pm-4.30pm, highlights: 7pm-8pm

Tuesday 5
Live: 2pm-4.30pm, highlights: 7pm-8pm

Wednesday 6
Live: 2pm-4.30pm, highlights: 7pm-8pm

Thursday 7
Live: 2pm-4.30pm, highlights: 7pm-8pm

If you happen to miss any of the above, you can also use the ITV hub as a catch-up service.

Those looking to watch the coverage on their mobile will have to download the ITV hub app, which can be found using the following links:

ITV Hub iOS | Android | Windows Phone

And that’s all you need to know. Told you it was easy.

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