Peacock Will Stream Cycling, starting with the Tour de France
Peacock announced that it will be the new cycling streaming site previously found on NBC Sports Gold’s “Cycling Pass”. Coverage on the streaming service will begin with the first stop of the 108th Tour de France from Brest, France, starting June 26, 2021, and will include live coverage as well as on-demand reruns.
“We are delighted to introduce cycling enthusiasts to Peacock’s extensive library of sports, news and entertainment programming, as well as live coverage of the best cycling events,” said Rick Cordella, executive vice president and chief executive officer. Peacock’s income. “Peacock will be the home of major races, like the Tour de France, and we look forward to expanding Peacock’s robust sporting offering with more events like La Vuelta a España and Paris-Tours in the year. to come up.
The following events will air on Peacock (dates subject to change):
- Tour de France, June 26
- La Vuelta a Espana, August 14
- Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta, September 5
- Paris-Roubaix Femmes, October 2
- Paris-Roubaix, October 3
- Paris-Tours, October 10
Peacock is currently available on Roku, Apple TV, Android and iOS, Android TV, Chromecast, Xbox, PlayStation, VIZIO SmartCast TV, and LG Smart TV. Eligible Comcast Xfinity X1 and Flex customers, as well as eligible Cox Contour customers, can use Peacock Premium at no additional cost.