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Follow the Tour de France closely at Sporza with Vive le Vélo from July 7

Follow the Tour de France closely at Sporza with Vive le Vélo from July 7

The 111th Tour de France starts on Saturday in Florence. During this busy sporting summer, you will always be able to follow the Tour de France on all our Sporza platforms.

Renat Schutte and José de Cauwer are our TV guides from Florence to Nice. TV start times can be found in the table below. During Het Journaal, we switch to VRT Canvas.

You can of course also watch all the broadcasts via live stream on our website, in our app or on VRT Max.

Martin Vangramperen and Karl Bertel take turns on the bike. Our reporters gather the reactions of the key players at the start and finish locations.

Geert Geens and Babette Monin are hosts on Radio 1. Their summer radio shows start at 1pm and are hosted by Christophe Vandegoor, Sven Ness and Serge Pauwels from France. Every evening they record a podcast from the belly of the tour.

At Sporza, you can stay up to date with the latest developments from the Tour thanks to our newsletter and prove to your friends, family and colleagues that you are the best team leader thanks to our Tour Manager.

Starting on Sunday 7 July, the day of the cobbled stage, Karl Vannieuwkerke will bring the Tour even further into people’s living rooms with two weeks of Vive le Vélo.

























Tour de France 2024
Ride 1 June 29 Florence – Rimini 206 km 11.50 AM (VRT 1)
ride 2 June 30 Cesenatico – Bologna 200 km 1.35pm (VRT 1)
ride 3 July 1 Piacenza – Turin 229 km 12.35pm (VRT 1)
ride 4 July 2 Pinerolo – Valloire 138 km 12.55pm (VRT Canvas then VRT 1)
ride 5 July 3 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne – Saint-Volpas 177 km 2.30pm (VRT 1)
ride 6 4th of July Macon – Dijon 163 km 1.30pm (VRT 1)
Ride 7 July 5 Nuits Saint Georges – Geoffrey Chambertin 25 km (time trial) 2.05pm (VRT 1)
Ride 8 July 6 Semur-en-Auxois – Colombe les deux Églises 176 km 2.20pm (VRT 1)
ride 9 July 7 Troy – Troy 199 km 1.30pm (VRT 1)
day off July 8
Ride 10 July 9 Orleans – Saint-Amand Montronde 187 km 2.25pm ​​(VRT 1)
ride 11 July 10 Evo les pas – le liorant 211 km 11.10 AM (VRT 1)
Ride 12 July 11 Aurillac – Villeneuve-sur-Lot 204 km 1.50pm (VRT 1)
Ride 13 July 12 Again – Bao 171 km 2.50pm (VRT 1)
ride 14 July 13 Pau – Saint-Larry Soulan (No Dadet) 152 km 12.55pm (VRT Canvas then VRT 1)
Ride 15 July 14 Loudenvielle – Plateau de Belle 198 km 11.45 AM (VRT 1)
day off July 15
ride 16 July 16 Groissan – Nim 187 km 2.30pm (VRT 1)
ride 17 July 17 Saint Paul Trois Chateau – Superdévoluy 178 km 12.25pm ​​(VRT 1)
ride 18 July 18 Gap – Barcelonet 179 km 2.20pm (VRT 1)
ride 19 July 19 Embrun – Isola 2000 145 km 12.10 PM (VRT 1)
ride 20 July 20 Nice – Col de la Coyole 133 km 1.30pm (VRT 1)
Ride 21 July 21 Monaco – Nice 34 km (time trial) 2.30pm (VRT 1)

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Tour de France

Riding date Start – End Ride type the total winner leader

1

29/06 Florence – Rimini

206 km

2

30/06 Cesenatico – Bologna

199.2 km

3

01/07 Piacenza – Turin

230.8 km

4

02/07 Pinerolo – Valloire

139.6 km

5

03/07 Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne – Saint-Volpas

177.4 km

6

04/07 Macon – Dijon

163.5 km

7

05/07 Nuits Saint-Georges – Geoffrey Chambertin

25.3 km

8

06/07 Semur-en-Auxois – Colombe les deux Églises

183.4 km

9

07/07 Troy – Troy

199 km

Rest day 08/07

10

09/07 Orleans – Saint Amand Montrond

187.3 km

11

10/07 Evo les pas – le leurant

211 km

12

11/07 Aurillac – Villeneuve-sur-Lot

203.6 km

13

12/07 Again – Bao

165.3 km

14

13/07 Bao – No Daddy

151.9 km

15

14/07 Loudenvielle – Plateau de Belle

197.7 km

Rest day 07/15

16

16/07 Groissan – Nim

188.6 km

17

17/07 Saint Paul Trois Chateau – Superdévoluy

177.8 km

18

18/07 Gap – Barcelonet

179.5 km

19

19/07 Embrun – Isola 2000

144.6 km

20

20/07 Nice – Col de la Coyole

132.8 km

21

21/07 Monaco – Nice

33.7 km

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