Club Events

All major road racing is screened within the Cycle Club throughout the racing calendar. Most races are screened live with an immediate replay to follow when possible. We aim to screen further replays throughout the day, so please check in with our staff if you missed the live coverage. Due to time zone differences, we often open much earlier than scheduled for the year’s most monumental one-day races and stages.

JULY RACE COVERAGE

Please join us to watch the Greatest Stage Race on Earth. We will host showings throughout the day, including No Spoilers: The Post-Ride Lunchtime Replay, finish your ride at the Cycle Club and watch the race in good company. See below for time schedule. 

Tuesday 15th July

Rest Day

The first rest day for the peloton, the Cycle Club will be showing highlights of the best bits of the previous 10 Stages.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Wednesday 16th July

Besancon – Oyonnax, 187.5km

The rested peloton have a tough day ahead with 4 Categorised climbs within the closing 50kms, a strong breakaway will fancy the stage win if they have a sizeable lead over the peloton on the descent.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Thursday 17th July

Bourg-en-Bresse – Saint-Etienne, 185.5km

Another up and down stage that sees the peloton travel south into Saint-Etienne. One for the sprinters.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Friday 18th July

Saint-Etienne – Chamrousse, 197.5km

A stage that promises to have an epic finale with the 18.2km final climb into Chamrousse with an average gradient of 7.3%.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Saturday 19th July

Grenoble – Risoul, 177km

The second and final stage in the Alps will see the peloton tackle two legendary peaks. Expect to see plenty of frantic attacks in the closing few kilometre’s.

Replays throughout the day

 

Sunday 20th July

Tallard – Nimes, 222km

A long stage after two particularly tough mountain stages could see a breakaway claim a stage win if they can distance themselves away from the peloton and productively work together.

Replays throughout the day

 

Monday 21st July

2nd Rest Day

A well deserved rest for the riders, a day for them to put their feet up. The Cycle Club will be showing the most exciting stages of the previous two weeks of racing.

 

Tuesday 22nd July

Carcassonne – Bagneres-de-Luchon, 237.5km

A day that see’s the longest stage of the race greet the rested peloton, with a HC category climb awaiting the riders which summits 20km from the finish, expect the weary riders to put on a descending masterclass.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Wednesday 23rd July

Saint-Gaudens – Saint-Lary Pla d’Adet, 125km

The shortest stage of this years race, however, that doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy for the peloton. The pace will be high with 4 categorised climbs to tackle, the sprinters will be hanging on to the group trying not to get eliminated.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Thursday 24th July

Pau – Hautacam, 145.5km

A short stage that features the Col du Tourmalet, expect the peloton to get strung out on the climb followed by the fast descent into the final climb of the Hautacam, which is yet another summit finish.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Friday 25th July

Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Amour – Bergerac, 208.5km

A long flat stage heading north where the peloton will want to rest their legs for the final two stages that lay ahead.

Replays throughout the day

No Spoilers Lunchtime Replay 11am

 

Saturday 26th July

Bergerac – Perigueux, 54km

Individual Time Trial

The final opportunity to gain time on the Leader in this Time Trial, which is a very lumpy stage with two time checks, expect a tense run in towards the finish.

Replays throughout the day

 

Sunday 27th July

La Course – Women’s Race

Before the men race the same course on the final day, the women will take the stage.

Replay starts at 2pm

 

Evry – Paris Champs-Elysees, 137.5km

One of the most famous stages in world’s cycling, the stage is one for the sprinters and the GC Leader.

Replays throughout the day

 

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