Full coverage of the Tour de France at Cycle 360!

The 2021 Tour de France gets underway in Brest from this Saturday 26th June and we will have full coverage of every stage of the racing on our TVs in the Cycle 360 café, or via our mini-events room, which is available for private hire.

From the Grand Depart in Brest right through to the finish line at Paris Champs-Élysée, Cycle 360 will have the stages on during the day while the café is open, so that you can sit back, grab a coffee, enjoy food and watch the 108th Tour de France get underway. Plus you may have heard, Mark Cavendish has been selected to ride for his team, so what better way to support your local hero than having a coffee for Cav!

If you are looking to watch some of the key stages of the 2021 tour, then why not book out our exclusive mini-events room for you, your friends or your work colleagues. Available for up to 20 people, the private space includes a TV and dedicated sound system with the option to pre-order drinks, including alcoholic beverages, as well as food. To hire out the mini-events room for a minimum of two hours at just £30* an hour, please contact Cycle 360’s marketing and events team: privatehire@cycle360.com.

With racing spread out over the three weeks from 26th June – 18th July, we’ve put together a handy race schedule to help you stay in the know:

Stage 1: Saturday 26th June
1045-1630 Stage 1 live coverage, ITV4

Stage 2: Sunday 27th June
1300-1700 Stage 2 live coverage, ITV4

Stage 3: Monday 28th June
1300-1700 Stage 3 live coverage, ITV4

Stage 4: Tuesday 29th June
1300-1630 Stage 4 live coverage, ITV4

Stage 5: Wednesday 30th June
1400-1645 Stage 5 live coverage, ITV4

Stage 6: Thursday 1st July
1250-1655 Stage 6 live coverage

Stage 7: Friday 2nd July
0955-1640 Stage 7 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 8: Saturday 3rd July
1205-1640 Stage 8 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 9: Sunday 4th July
1215-1710 Stage 9 live coverage, GCN+

Rest day: Monday 5th July

Stage 10: Tuesday 6th July
1200-1655 Stage 10 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 11: Wednesday 7th July
1055-1700 Stage 11 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 12: Thursday 8th July
1225-1645 Stage 12 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 13: Friday 9th July
1055-1650 Stage 13 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 14: Saturday 10th July
1120-1620 Stage 14 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 15: Sunday 11th July
1115-1710 Sunday 15 live coverage, GCN+

Rest day: Monday 11th July

Stage 16: Tuesday 13th July
1200-1650 Stage 16 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 17: Wednesday 14th July
1050-1550 Stage 17 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 18: Thursday 15th July
1230-1650 Stage 18 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 19: Friday 16th July
1110-1640 Stage 19 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 20: Saturday 17th July
1200-1715 Stage 20 live coverage, GCN+

Stage 21: Sunday 18th July
1510-1905 Stage 21 live coverage, GCN+

Tour de France 2021 start list
WorldTeams

AG2R Citroën Team

Benoît Cosnefroy
Greg Van Avermaet
Aurelien Paret-Peintre
Ben O’Connor
Nans Peters
Oliver Naesen
Michael Schär
Dorian Godon

Astana-Premier Tech

Alex Aranburu
Stefan De Bod
Omar Fraile
Jakob Fuglsang
Dmitriy Gruzdev
Hugo Houle
Ion Izagirre
Alexey Lutsenko

Bahrain Victorious

Pello Bilbao
Sonny Colbrelli
Jack Haig
Dylan Teuns
Wout Poels
Matej Mohorič
Fred Wright
Marco Haller

Bora-Hansgrohe

Daniel Oss
Lukas Pöstlberger
Ide Schelling
Wilco Kelderman
Peter Sagan
Nils Politt
Emanual Buchmann
Patrick Konrad

Cofidis

Guillaume Martin
Christophe Laporte
Jesús Herrada
Anthony Perez
Simon Geschke
Rubén Fernández
Peirre-Luc Périchon
Jelle Wallays

Deceuninck-QuickStep

Julian Alaphilippe
Kasper Asgreen
Davide Ballerini
Mattia Cattaneo
Mark Cavendish
Tim Declercq
Dries Devenyns
Michael Mørkøv

EF Education-Nippo

Groupama-FDJ

Bruno Armirail
Arnaud Démare
David Gaudu
Jacopo Guarnieri
Ignatas Konovalovas
Stefan Küng
Valentin Madouas
Miles Scotson

Ineos Grenadiers

Richard Carapaz
Jonathan Castroviejo
Tao Geoghegan Hart
Michał Kwiatkowski
Richie Porte
Luke Rowe
Geraint Thomas
Dylan van Baarle

Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux

Jan Bakelants
Jonas Koch
Louis Meintjes
Lorenzo Rota
Boy van Poppel
Danny van Poppel
Loïc Vliegen
Georg Zimmerman

Israel Start-Up Nation

Michael Woods
Chris Froome
Dan Martin
Omer Goldstein
Guillaume Boivin
Rick Zabel
André Greipel
Reto Hollenstein

Jumbo-Visma

Wout van Aert
Primož Roglič
Mike Teunissen
Robert Gesink
Jonas Vingegaard
Tony Martin
Sepp Kuss
Steven Kruijswijk

Lotto Soudal

Harry Sweeny
Brent Van Moer
Caleb Ewan
Jasper De Buyst
Tosh Van der Sande
Thomas de Gendt
Roger Kluge
Philippe Gilbert

Movistar Team

Alejandro Valverde
Carlos Verona
Enric Mas
Imanol Erviti
Iván García Cortina
Jorge Arcas
Marc Soler
Miguel Ángel López

Team BikeExchange

Luke Durbridge
Christopher Juul-Jensen
Luka Mezgec
Simon Yates
Esteban Chaves
Michael Matthews
Armund Grøndahl Jansen
Lucas Hamilton

Team DSM

Søren Kragh Andersen
Tiesj Benoot
Cees Bol
Mark Donovan
Nils Eekhoff
Joris Nieuwenhuis
Casper Pedersen
Jasha Sütterlin

Team Qhubeka-Assos

Simon Clarke
Michael Gogl
Victor Campenaerts
Max Walscheid
Sean Bennett
Nic Dlamini
Sergio Henao
Carlos Barbero

Trek-Segafredo

Julien Bernard
Kenny Elissonde
Bauke Mollema
Vincenzo Nibali
Mads Pedersen
Tom Skujiņš
Jasper Stuyven
Edward Theuns

UAE Team Emirates

Tadej Pogačar
Mikkel Bjerg
Rui Costa
Davide Formolo
Marc Hirschi
Rafał Majka
Brandon McNulty
Vegard Stake Laengen

ProTeams

Alpecin-Fenix

Petr Vakoč
Kritian Sbaragli
Tim Merlier
Xandro Meurisse
Mathieu van der Poel
Silvan Dillier
Jasper Philipsen
Jonas Rickaert

B&B Hotels p/b KTM

Pierre Roland
Quentin Pacher
Maxime Chevalier
Franck Bonnamour
Cyril Barthe
Cyril Gautier
Cyril Lemoine
Bryan Coquard

Team Arkéa-Samsic

Warren Barguil
Nacer Bouhanni
Élie Gesbert
Nairo Quintana
Anthony Delaplace
Connor Swift
Clément Russo
Dan McLay

Team TotalEnergies

Pierre Latour
Anthony Turgis
Víctor De La Parte
Cristián Rodríguez
Edvald Boasson Hagen
Julien Simon
Fabien Doubey
Jérémy Cabot

Bikeshop opening hours

Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Cafe opening hours

Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Fitness 360 opening hours

Monday – Thursday: 6:15am – 8pm
Friday: 6:15am – 7pm
Saturday & Sunday: 8am – 3pm
Please use the south entrance when the cafe and bikeshop are closed