31 July 2020

Strade Bianche and Strade Bianche Women Elite: where to watch the races

RCS Sport’s great cycling classics, which, as per the new UCI calendar, will return 1-15 August, will be broadcast on the screens of 185 different countries in the world, with TV coverage in all five continents.

 

On Saturday 1 August, RAI, host broadcaster of all races, will broadcast free to air Strade Bianche EOLO on RAI 2 from 15:50 to 18:50 (all times CEST), preceded by the women’s race, Strade Bianche Women Elite EOLO, from 14:50 to 15:45 on Rai Sport +HD. RAI 2 will host the first two Classics Monument of the season, Milano-Sanremo by Vittoria scheduled for Saturday 8 August and Il Lombardia by UBI Banca scheduled for Saturday 15 August, both live from 15:30 to 18:50. Milano-Torino by EOLO (on Wednesday 5 August) and GranPiemonte by EOLO (on Wednesday 12 August) will be broadcast live on the RAI Sport +HD channel from 16:30 to 18:50.

 

On the European continent La Chaine L’Equipe will stream all the races live on their screens in France, as will Eurosport in the rest of Europe. Belgian fans will also be able to follow Strade Bianche EOLO free to air on VRT Sporza (same for Strade Bianche Women Elite EOLO) and RTBF, while Milano-Sanremo by Vittoria and Il Lombardia by UBI Banca will be broadcast on VTM Medialaan in Flemish and on RTBF in French. Finally, in Switzerland, Milano-Sanremo by Vittoria and Il Lombardia by UBI Banca will be broadcast by the SRG SSR network: on SRF in German, on RTS in French and on RSI in Italian. Fans can also follow Strade Bianche EOLO live on SRF and RSI.

 

The great classics of Italian cycling will also be broadcast live in South Africa on the Supersport screens and throughout the Middle East and North Africa on the Abu Dhabi Sports channel.

 

All races will be streamed live on the Fubo.TV and FloSports platforms in the USA and Canada and aired on TUDN in Mexico and Central America, while the ESPN network will cover Brazil (in Portuguese), the rest of South America (in Spanish) and the Caribbean (in English).

 

In Australia and Southeast Asia, it will be possible to follow all the classics live on Eurosport Asia Pacific, while in New Zealand the races will be broadcast live by Sky Sports.

 

Live streaming is available for all events in Japan thanks to the coverage of GCN, while Chinese fans will be able to follow Strade Bianche EOLO, Milano-Torino by EOLO, Milano-Sanremo by Vittoria and Il Lombardia by UBI Banca live on Zhibo.TV.