Date: Friday, May 5 to Sunday, May 28
Channel: Fubo Cycling Channel
Live Stream: fuboTV (free 7-day trial)
Giro d’Italia is one of the most exciting cycling events of the year, with a multi stage race that winds through Italy, plus several other countries. The race has been around for over 100 years, so it’s rich in history. Along with the Tour de France and the Vuelta a Espana, this is one of cycling’s three “Grand Tours,” so it’s an event that you don’t want to miss!
So how can you watch Giro d’Italia without cable? In the United States, the only channel that will be airing the event is fuboTV’s new cycling network. The new channel (including the live stream of Giro d’Italia), are available exclusively through fuboTV. Fortunately, you’re in luck in you don’t have cable, because you can get a Giro d’Italia live stream free. Here’s how:
With fuboTV, you can Watch A Giro d’Italia Live Stream Anywhere
If you’re interested in streaming Giro d’Italia online, pay attention, because you’ve got one option at hand – fuboTV. This is sports centered streaming service that gets you all the major cable networks, like ESPN, FOX, FS1 and FS2, plus regional sport, but also niche channels devoted to sports like cycling. On top of those, you get all the same channels you had with cable like Discovery, History, A&E, and more, for a price that’s a steal compared to most cable bills. In fact, the starting fuboTV package is just $14.99 a month.
Focusing on cycling though, the only way to watch Giro d’Italia in the USA or Canada is with Fubo’s “Cycling Plus” add-on. You get a free Giro d’Italia live stream, plus events like Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) races, Flanders Classics, Tour of Alberta, Tour of Utah, and so much more. It really is a must have for fans of cycling, as there’s nowhere else to stream these events.
Now about the “free Giro d’Italia stream” part. There’s normally a charge for fuboTV, but you can sign up for a free 7 day trial. That won’t get you through the whole event, but you can watch the exciting first stages, or sign up just to watch the finish and not pay anything. Not only is it your only way to watch Giro d’Italia online, but it’s an excellent service for sports fans period.
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