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Why You Should Watch The TDF on FuboTV

We have been hoping for a live racing solution for years and FuboTV has filled the slot.

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If you live in the United States or Canada, and are inclined to cut your cable bill and stream live sports on multiple devices, you should strongly consider FuboTV and the Peloton Magazine offer. With Fubo Cycling you will never again need to hunt for bootleg streams, worry about malware infestation, wonder what the Belgian sportscaster is saying, or have the feed for a big race freeze with 5km to go.

Here’s why:

You can watch the Tour de France and every NBC licensed race (Paris-Roubaix, Vuelta, etc) for only $19.95 (for two months after 7-free days of service)––That’s 40-percent off. You can cancel at any time.

Here are the featured races on NBC aired on Fubo Cycling:

Fubo has retained the exclusive rights to a huge amount of cycling events…the best lineup by far for American and Canadian fans:  Learn more and sign up for a free 7-day trial here: Fubo.tv/Peloton

Plus if you like other sports and networks,  you get all of these free with your Fubo.tv subscription:

Learn more and sign up for a free 7-day trial here: Fubo.tv/Peloton

We have been hoping for a live racing solution for years and FuboTV has filled the slot. Yes, it’s a monthly expense, but the amount of live racing plus other live sports options, makes the legit monthly fee very fair, and you will still save over $50 off a traditional cable bill. We dig it. Say no to illegal feeds.

Learn more and sign up for a free 7-day trial here: Fubo.tv/Peloton