Digital television channel British Eurosport has released a list of its 2011 cycling events coverage.

The channel’s comprehensive list of coverage includes the major spring classics, all three grand tours and most of the events from the UCI’s top-flight Worldtour calendar.

Both the track world championships (March) and road world championships (September) will also be broadcast.

Coverage of events may be subject to change. Events marked TBC are to be confirmed.

Dates/race/Live coverage

06/02-11/02: Tour of Qatar, LIVE

14/02-19/02: Tour of Oman, daily coverage

16/02-20/02: Tour of Algarve, daily coverage

20 Feb: World Cup Track Classics Manchester, coverage

06/03-13/03: Paris-Nice, LIVE

09/03-15/03: Tirreno Adriatico, LIVE

19 Mar: Milan-San Remo, LIVE

23/03-27/03, Track World Championships Netherlands, LIVE

27 Mar: Ghent-Wevelgem, TBC

3 Apr: Tour of Flanders, LIVE

04/04-09/04: Tour of Basque Country, LIVE TBC

10 Apr: Paris-Roubaix, LIVE

17 Apr: Amstel Gold, LIVE

20 Apr: Flech Wallonne, LIVE

24 Apr: Liege-Bastogne-Liege, LIVE

25/04-01/05: Tour of Turkey, LIVE

26/04-01/05: Tour of Romandie, LIVE TBC

07/05-29/05: Giro d’Italia, LIVE

05/06-12/06: Dauphine Libere, LIVE

11/06-19/06: Tour of Switzerland, LIVE TBC

02/07-24/07: Tour de France, LIVE

20/08-11/09: Vuelta a Espana, LIVE

21 Aug: Cyclassic Hamburg, LIVE

10 Sep: Paris-Brussels, LIVE

21/09-25/09: Road World Championships, Copenhagen, LIVE

9 Oct: Paris-Tours, LIVE

15 Oct: Tour of Lombardy, LIVE 

 

  • dyfed bowen

    excellent coverage, pity there isnt a google calendar thingy so i can have these automatically put in mine :)

  • Jean Claude Arsenault

    Congratulations for your good work.Top world cycling athletes deserve that kind of exposure instead of covering very few scandals less and less present in cycling thanks to the good work of the UCI and the antidoping teams.
    Will I be able to watch your live coverage fron Montreal Canada?
    Regards
    Jean Claude Arsenault, Montreal, Canada

  • Michael Mace

    Brilliant, well done Eurosport and it has made this armchair cyclist very, very happy. Still I will be going to France to watch the Tour of France and also ‘down south’ for the Tour of Britain.
    Mikem. Isle of Skye