How to watch the 2021 Tour of the Alps – live TV and streaming

Team Sky’s Pavel Sivakov celebrates his overall victory at the 2019 Tour of the Alps from teammate Tao Geoghegan Hart and Bahrain-Merida’s Vincenzo Nibali
Pavel Sivakov topped the podium at the 2019 Tour of the Alps (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

After being absent in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tour of the Alps returns this week, back in its traditional place as a mountainous pre-Giro d'Italia stage race.

The five-day race, which runs from April 19-23, takes place exclusively in the Alpine region of Tyrol in Austria, and the Südtirol and Trentino regions in Italy. As a result, the start list is packed with climbers and plenty of big names looking to show themselves in the mountains.

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DateStageLocationTime (CET)
April 19Stage 1Brixen - Innsbruck11:55 - 15:30
April 20Stage 2Innsbruck - Feichten im Kaunertal12:15 - 15:30
April 21Stage 3Imst - Naturns9:50 - 14:15
April 22Stage 4Naturns - Pieve di Bono10:50 - 15:30
April 23Stage 5Valle del Chiese/Idroland - Riva del Garda12:15 - 15:30

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