The 2018 Tour de France will take place from Saturday, 7th July on the Île de Noirmoutier, an island off the Atlantic coast in the Vendée and will finish with the Champs-Élysées stage in Paris, on Sunday, 29 July.
A total of 176 riders across 22 teams will participate in the 21-stage race. The Tour will be the shortest of the century and will be the fifth time a tour has set out from the Vendée department.
The event will be shown live on ITV4 with the final day live on ITV.
Gary Imlach will be joined by cycling legend Chris Boardman, commentators Ned Boulting and David Millar, and reporter Daniel Friebe and Matt Rendell for the 21-stage race, which visits the Alps, the Pyrenees and the Massif Central.
Matt Smith will also present live studio coverage from the UK with a selection of single-day guests including 2012 winner Sir Bradley Wiggins, Sky rider Tao Geoghegan Hart, Olympic gold medallist Dani Rowe, and Pippa York.
The Tour will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub.
Tour de France live ITV4 schedule
SAT 7 July – 0930-1515
SUN 8 July – 1200-1700
MON 9 July – 1345-1700
TUES 10 July – 1200-1715
WED 11 July – 1115-1700
THUR 12 July – 1200-1700
FRI 13 July – 1100-1700
SAT 14 July – 1030-1500
SUN 15 July – 1130-1530
TUES 17 July* – 0930-1730
WED 18 July – 1245-1700
THUR 19 July – 1100-1715
FRI 20 July – 1230-1700
SAT 21 July – 1200-1700
SUN 22 July – 1200-1715
MON 23 July – 1900-2000
TUES 24 July – 1015-1700
WED 25 July – 1400-1700
THUR 26 July – 1245-1715
FRI 27 July – 1100-1715
SAT 28 July – 1045-1645
SUN 29 July – 1530-1900 (ITV)
Live coverage will be followed by a daily highlights show broadcast on ITV4 from 19.00-20.00 and on the final day on ITV from 21.00-22.00
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