The 108th Tour de France takes place from Saturday 26 June – Sunday 18 July 2021 on ITV4.
Presenter Gary Imlach will be joined by commentators Ned Boulting and David Millar, reporters Daniel Friebe and Matt Rendell along with former Team Sky rider Peter Kennaugh and racing legend Chis Boardman for expert analysis during the 21-stage race.
Originally due to start in July in Copenhagen, the tour was rescheduled to June because of the upcoming Olympic Games.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the presentation team will again be based at Maidstone Studios this year, with Daniel Friebe on hand in France to capture riders’ reactions.
This will be the twelfth time ITV4 has screened daily live coverage and extended highlights of the Tour, with more than 85 hours of live cycling to be shown during the event.
Coverage will be broadcast live from around 10.45am to 4.30pm each day on ITV4, with highlights from 7.00pm.
Daily live coverage will also be shown live on Eurosport and the Eurosport App.
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