How to see the Tour of Flanders 2018 live streaming on TV

On April 1, the Tour of Flanders, one of the most important classics of the cycling calendar, is run. Here's how to see the race in live streaming

With in the eyes still the amazing victory of Nibali at Milano-Sanremo, the caravan of cycling moves to Belgium, precisely in Flanders, where the second of the five classic Monumento will be disputed (in addition to Milano Sanremo, the others are Paris-Roubaix, Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Giro di Lombardia).

There is great expectation for the Tour of Flanders 2018: after the enterprise in the Milano-Sanremo, Vincenzo Nibali arrives in Belgium with the favors of the prediction (he will have to face Peter Sagan, Philippe Gilbert and Greg Van-Avermaet), even if the five pavé stretches (road paving formed by stone or porphyry cubes) could put a strain on his physical resistance. The race winds along the 265 kilometers that connect Antwerp to Oudenaarde and that will see the cyclists face, in addition to the five cobblestone stretches, also eighteen walls (very short climbs, but with slopes that can exceed even 20%). The race will start at 10:30 a.m. from Antwerp and the arrival is expected between 4:40 and 5:30 p.m., depending on the average held by the group.

The 2018 Tour of Flanders will be broadcast live on TV by both Rai and Eurosport. State TV will start with live coverage from 10:30am on RaiSport+ HD and then continue on Rai 3 from 2:30pm, while Eurosport will broadcast the entire 2018 Tour of Flanders live on Eurosport 1. Being Easter Day many won't be able to follow the race sitting comfortably on the couch at home, but they will be able to take advantage of streaming video platforms. In fact, the Tour of Flanders 2018 can also be seen in live streaming on RaiPlay and Eurosport Player, the online platforms of the two television companies. But that's not all. Eurosport is also available on SkyGo and on Premium Play. Here's how to follow the 2018 Tour of Flanders live streaming on TV.

How to watch the 2018 Tour of Flanders live streaming on RaiPlay

RiAI has always been the "TV of cycling" in Italy. Besides producing the Giro d'Italia, it broadcasts the Tour de France and all the most important classics, including the Tour of Flanders. For the 2018 edition there will be complete coverage: it will start at 10:30 am on RaiSport+ HD and will continue from 2:30 pm on Rai 3. Those who are away from home to celebrate Easter, need not worry, because they can follow the entire race in live streaming by connecting to the site RaiPlay, the online platform of the State TV. By accessing RaiPlay, all you have to do is connect to the TV channel that is broadcasting the Tour of Flanders to watch it live streaming for free. It is not necessary to have any kind of subscription.

How to see the Tour of Flanders 2018 live streaming on Eurosport Player

Eurosport has become in recent years a real reference point for cycling fans. In addition to broadcasting all the Classics and the three most important Tours, it also airs many other races that take place throughout the year. All races are also broadcast live streaming on Eurosport Player, the online platform of the TV dedicated to sport. On Eurosport Player it is possible to find many other contents compared to those that are broadcasted on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2, the two channels present in the schedule of Sky and Premium Sport. On the online platform it will be possible to follow the entire Tour of Flanders 2018 in live streaming, from the start to the finish. All you have to do is access Eurosport Player with the credentials of your account and tune in to the channel that is broadcasting the race. The platform is not free and you must have a subscription.

How to watch the 2018 Tour of Flanders live streaming on SkyGo and Premium Play

Eurosport's channels are also available on Sky and Mediaset Premium's online platforms. If you subscribe to one of these two televisions, just log in with your credentials to SkyGo or Premium Play to watch the 2018 Tour of Flanders live streaming.