The 2018 Tour de France is here and SBS will bring you the racing, personalities, food, chateaux and colour of the event across all broadcast platforms.
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Cycling Central

5 Jul - 12:03 PM  UPDATED 16 Jul - 7:09 PM

Watch on TV

You can watch every stage, every night LIVE and exclusive on SBS. Stage times vary so check your local guides for start times. 

In addition to the live coverage, you can catch up with daily stage replays and highlights on SBS and SBS VICELAND in HD.

Replays are on at 1pm on SBS and 3:00pm on SBS VICELAND.

Highlights are on at 7am and 5:30pm daily on SBS.

Watch from your phone

The ŠKODA Tour Tracker app for Web, iOS and Android is back again this year, the official Tour de France application that gives you in-depth access and analysis of every aspect of the world's biggest and most exciting cycling race. Simply sign in using Facebook or your SBS account to access full coverage from start to finish.

This year, there are some extra features to help you stay up-to-date, including:

  • Live streaming of the entire stage from start to finish
  • Wireless streaming to your television with Airplay or Chromecast.
  • Push notifications that can be set to let you know when we start streaming and to alert you at key moments throughout each stage

You can also find all the usual extras like live tracking of the peloton, race standings, maps and profiles of each stage, rider and team info, and daily highlights from each day of the race.

Stream on SBS On Demand

You can also get LIVE race coverage directly through SBS On Demand, which supports Apple AirPlay and Google Chromecast for streaming straight to your TV. You can also catch up on the latest race highlights, or dip into of our sizzling selection of Noir TV series, steamy movies and delicious food programs all July. 

Stay up to date through social media

Join the Tour de France conversation on social media at the Cycling Central Twitter and Facebook channels. 

ŠKODA Tour Tracker streaming stage times - check your local guides for TV in your area and/or click here

July 7: Stage 1 Noirmoutier-en-l'Île - Fontenay-le-Comte 1850-0010 AEST
July 8: Stage 2 Mouilleron-Saint-Germain - La Roche-sur-Yon 2100-0155 AEST
July 9: Stage 3 Cholet - Cholet 2305-0155 AEST
July 10: Stage 4 La Baule - Sarzeauel 2055-0210 AEST
July 11: Stage 5 Lorient - Quimper 2010-0150 AEST
July 12: Stage 6 Brest - Mûr-de-Bretagne Guerlédan 2055-0150 AEST
July 13: Stage 7 Brest - Fougères - Chartres 1955-0155 AEST
July 14: Stage 8 Dreux - Amiens Métropole 1925-0005 AEST
July 15: Stage 9 Arras Citadelle - Roubaix 2025-0035 AEST
July 16: REST DAY 1 
July 17: Stage 10 Annecy - Le Grand-Bornand 1835 - 0220 AEST (Includes La Course)
July 18: Stage 11 Albertville - La Rosière Espace San Bernardo 2150-0145 AEST
July 19: Stage 12 Bourg-Saint-Maurice Les Arcs - Alpe d'Huez 2000-0215 AEST
July 20: Stage 13 Bourg d'Oisans - Valence 2125-0150 AEST
July 21: Stage 14 Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux - Mende 2055-0200 AEST
July 22: Stage 15 Millau - Carcassonne 2100-0205 AEST
July 23: REST DAY 2 
July 24: Stage 16 Carcassonne - Bagnères-de-Luchone 1920-0145 AEST
July 25: Stage 17 Bagnères-de-Luchon - Saint-Lary-Soulan Col du Portet 2255-0155 AEST
July 26: Stage 18 Trie-sur-Baïse - Pau 2145-0210 AEST
July 27: Stage 19 Lourdes - Larunse 1955-0210 AEST
July 28: Stage 20 Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle - Espelette 1955-0135 AEST
July 29: Stage 21 Houilles - Paris Champs-Élysées 0005-0400 AEST