We’re now into the sixth stage of the 83rd Tour de Suisse — the final WorldTour stage race before the Tour de France.
Tomorrow sees the peloton heading out on the longest stage of this year’s race, from Unterterzen to San Gottardo.
Read on for how to watch the action live this year.
The 2019 Tour de Suisse
The Tour de Suisse takes place from 15–23 June in nine stages and with 1,181km of riding. The racing will begin with an individual time trial and end on a mountainous route.
The Tour de Suisse begins just as the Critérium du Dauphiné comes to an end, and this is the second chance this month to see who might be a contender for the yellow jersey come the Tour de France in July.
How can I watch the Tour de Suisse 2019 live in the UK?
Amazon Prime subscribers can sign up to the Eurosport Player through Amazon Channels. The Eurosport channel costs £6.99 per month, while Amazon Prime is £7.99 per month but can be accessed with a 30-day free trial.
If you want to access the Eurosport Player direct it’s £6.99 per month or £39.99 a year.
To get access to the highlights you might also consider subscribing to the TVPlayer Premium package for just £6.99 per month, which gives you access to the Eurosport 1 and 2 channels.
How can I watch the Tour de Suisse 2019 live in the US?
FloBikes will be showing live coverage of the Tour de Suisse in the US and Canada.
A FloBikes Pro subscription costs $12.99 per month, while a Family subscription (which allows you to stream on up to four devices) is $17.99 per month. Both options are billed as an annual payment. You can see all timings in the FloBikes live stream start times.
How can I watch the Tour de Suisse 2019 live in Australia?
Unfortunately, the Eurosport Player can’t be accessed in Australia, and there appears to be no coverage or highlights on the Eurosport channels.
We’ll update this section if we learn more.
How can I follow the Tour de Suisse 2019 if I can’t watch live coverage?
Tour de Suisse 2019 schedule
Below are the key stage details and timings for the race and you can also visit the Tour de Suisse official website for detailed summaries of each stage.
Stage 1: Langnau–Langnau, 9.5km, 15 June
Stage 2: Langnau–Langnau, 159.6km, 16 June
Stage 3: Flamatt–Murten, 162.3km, 17 June
Stage 4: Murten–Arlesheim, 163.9km, 18 June
Stage 5: Münchenstein–Einsiedeln, 177km, 19 June
Stage 6: Einsiedeln–Flumserberg, 120.2km, 20 June
Stage 7: Unterterzen–Gotthard Pass, 216.6km, 21 June
Stage 8: Goms–Goms, 19.2km, 22 June
Stage 9: Ulrichen–Ulrichen, 144.4km, 23 June
What comes next?
For the moment, all that really remains is the Tour de France, which will be rolling out on 6 July and arriving at the Champs-Élysées on 28 July.
After that, the final Grand Tour of the season, the Vuelta a España, will take place from 24 August until 15 September.
There’s a lot more live coverage to come this summer, so stay tuned for our updates on where to follow these events live.