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How to watch the Vuelta a Burgos – live stream, TV, results

Sam Bennett on the podium at the Vuelta a Burgos
Sam Bennett (Deceuninck-QuickStep) celebrates his stage 4 victory (Image credit: Getty Images)

The 2020 road racing season is soon to get underway again, with the Vuelta a Burgos the first major UCI stage race to be held since Paris-Nice was cut short all the way back in March. Remco Evenepoel (Deceuninck-QuickStep) seized control of the overall standings with an emphatic victory atop Picon Blanco on Thursday's stage 3.

The Belgian carries an 18-second lead over George Bennett (Jumbo-Visma) into the final stage, a summit finish at Lagunas de Neila. Others such as Mikel Landa (Bahrain-McLaren), Esteban Chaves (Mitchelton-Scott) and Richard Carapaz (Ineos) should all be in the mix.

Cyclingnews will be bringing you reports, results and news throughout the five-day race in northern Spain. Read on to find out how to watch the Vuelta a Burgos via live stream, no matter your location, with ExpressVPN (opens in new tab).

Further climbing talent on the start line includes Fabio Aru (UAE Team Emirates), Rafał Majka (Bora-Hansgrohe), Alejandro Valverde (Movistar), Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and David Gaudu (Groupama-FDJ).

There's a strong sprint presence at the race too. Fernando Gaviria (UAE Team Emirates) won stage 2, while Sam Bennett (Deceuninck-QuickStep) took victory on the penultimate stage.

Read on for all the details of how to watch them in action.

Vuelta a Burgos live stream

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The Vuelta a Burgos is being live in a number of territories around the world, though is absent from the Eurosport schedule, so a number of European countries won't see any live TV coverage.

Over in the USA and Canada, coverage will be available on FloBikes (opens in new tab). Subscribing to FloBikes will set you back $30 per month or $150 for the year and gives you access to watch most of the season's biggest races.

In Spain, coverage is available on EITB (opens in new tab) in the Basque Country and TVE in the rest of the country. Last year the race broadcast live on their website (opens in new tab) too, so keep an eye out there.

In France, you can watch the race on L'Equipe TV (opens in new tab), while Proximus and Ziggo Sport will show the race in Belgium and the Netherlands respectively.

If you live outside a broadcast zone or are on holiday outside your country and find that the live streams to be geo-restricted, you can get around this by getting access to them by simulating being back in your home country via a 'virtual private network', or VPN, for your laptop, tablet or mobile.

TechRadar tested hundreds of VPNs and recommends the number-one VPN currently available as Express VPN. With ExpressVPN (opens in new tab), you can watch on many devices at once including Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, Android phone, iPads, tablets, etc. 

2020 Vuelta a Burgos

Stage 1: Catedral de Burgos – Mirador del Castillo, Tuesday, July 28

13:00 – 15:45 CET

07:00 – 09:45 EST

Stage 2: Castrojeriz – Villadiego, Wednesday, July 29

12:46 – 16:45 CET

06:46 – 10:45 EST

Stage 3: Sargentes de la Lora – Picón Blanco, Thursday, July 30

12:48 – 16:45 CET

06:48 – 10:45 EST

Stage 4: Gumiel de Izán – Roa de Duero, Friday, July 31

12:52 – 16:45 CET

06:52 – 10:45 EST

Stage 5: Covarrubias – Lagunas de Neila, Saturday, August 1

12:40 – 16:45 CET

06:40 – 10:45 EST

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