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    Default Watching races on the web

    Found this in Race Radio's Twitter, thought it might come in handy for y'all.
    How to watch bike racing on the internet - The Race Radio
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    Default Re: Watching races on the web

    Nice,

    Steephill.tv is good too with a lot of link for streaming, highlight videos, detailed route for the major races etc..
     

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    Default Re: Watching races on the web

    Eurosport and Sporza are the two best sources on the intertoobs. To watch them, you need to either subscribe to cyclingtorrents.nl or hola.

    UCI geo-restricted YouTube streams can be watched using ProxFree, usually by setting servers to NL or Canada.

    If you insist on using pirated feeds, get Ghostery and AdBlock plugins for your browser to keep the blood-sucking pop-ups to a minimum, and use a browser that allows for private browsing to be set as the default, like Firefox.

    CyclingTV is out there too, and it should be a good option, but I spent a while trying to get it to work well a couple years ago and had spotty success. And I felt I got more from the Sporza commentary than from CyclingTV even though I don't speak Belgiquouis. Someone with more recent experience might update.
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    Default Re: Watching races on the web

    Quote Originally Posted by j44ke View Post
    Eurosport and Sporza are the two best sources on the intertoobs. To watch them, you need to either subscribe to cyclingtorrents.nl or hola.
    It takes some effort (and sharing) to set it up, but the torrent rules if you can wait several hours to start downloading.
     

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