Feeling refreshed? Then let the Tour de France commence with a stage 11 sprint south west from Albi to the gastronomic city of Toulouse. To see the sights and the cycling from just about anywhere on Earth, be sure to follow our Tour de France live stream guide for Stage 11.
The riders certainly earned their rest after a few solid days of mountainous climbing, but they need to get straight back on the saddle today for some flat sprinting. As the field enters the Pink City, there should be plenty in contention for an exciting sprint finish.
Reigning champion Geraint Thomas has really started making a move in recent stages in what's looking like a spirited defence of his title. He and Colombian Egan Bernal – also of Team Ineos – are now loitering well within range of the top spots, while French native Julian Alaphilippe retains the yellow jersey…for now.
To make sure that you don't miss a single minute of the action, keep reading our guide. We'll tell you all the best (and FREE) ways to watch Stage 11 with Tour de France live stream options no matter where you are today.
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If you're obsessed by watching Le Tour and refuse to miss a stage – even when you're away on business or on holiday – then you'll be disappointed to see your domestic coverage geo-blocked when you try to stream online from abroad. That's where utilising a VPN (Virtual Private Network ) really helps. It let's you virtually change the ISP of your laptop, tablet or mobile to one that's back in your home country. Thus letting you watch as if you were back there.
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