FloSports To Live Stream Giro d’Italia And 63 World-Class Cycling Races On FloBikes.com

AUSTIN, Texas April 16, 2018

Today, FloSports, the innovator in live sports and original content, announced the addition of 63 world-class cycling events, covering 188 days of racing, on FloBikes.com. Races include the prestigious Giro d’Italia and the Tour de Suisse, as well as the 2019 editions of Milan-San Remo and the Tour of Flanders. Races on FloBikes.com will be available to audiences in the U.S. and Canada.

FloBikes subscribers in North America will now have access to live and on-demand coverage of the top road and cyclocross races in the world, including all 21 days of the Giro d’Italia, one of the most prestigious cycling events in the sport. Other classic races available include Amstel Gold, and the Tour of the Alps, which will star Chris Froome and Fabio Aru; the Tour of Romandie; and the Tour de Suisse, starring Peter Sagan; as well as three of the biggest one-day races in professional cycling: Il Lombardia in 2018 and 2019, Tour of Flanders 2019, and Milan-San Remo, the longest professional one-day race in modern cycling.

“These events give FloBikes the most well-rounded live cycling schedule in North America,” FloSports SVP Global Rights Acquisition & Strategy Adam Fenn said. “For a long time, cycling fans have been neglected in terms of live, high-quality, and in-depth media coverage. The addition of these premiere events not only gives fans access to top-notch coverage like never before, but a platform to follow their favorite cyclists, including interviews, documentaries, and more.”

“As a lifelong fan of professional cycling who often struggled to access live and on-demand video of the sport’s best races, I’m incredibly excited to have these events on FloBikes,” FloBikes Senior Editor Ian Dille said. “These events represent the very pinnacle of the sport. Every cyclist, from juniors to current professionals, dreams of competing in the Giro d’Italia, Milan-San Remo, and the Tour of Flanders. I’m thrilled about our year-round coverage.”

Among the 63 world-class races added to FloBikes’ schedule are:

  • – Apr. 16-20, 2018: Tour of the Alps – Italy and Austria
  • – Apr. 24-29, 2018: Tour de Romandie – Switzerland
  • – May 4-27, 2018: Giro d’Italia – Italy
  • – Jun. 9-17, 2018: Tour de Suisse – Switzerland
  • – Oct. 13, 2018: Il Lombardia 2018 – Italy
  • – Mar. 23, 2019: Milan-San Remo 2019 – Italy
  • – Apr. 7, 2019: Tour of Flanders 2019 – Belgium

To access live and on-demand coverage of these events, visit FloBikes.com and become a monthly or annual PRO subscriber. Either subscription unlocks access to premium content across the entire FloSports network. Watch the races on your big screen by downloading the FloSports app on iOS, Roku, or Apple TV 4.

For more information, visit http://www.FloSports.tv.

About FloSports

FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, partners with event rights holders and governing bodies to unlock a world of sports coverage that true fans have been waiting for. Through live streaming of premier events, original video programming, and weekly studio shows, FloSports is growing the sports, the events, the athletes, and the fans. Current verticals under the FloSports header include Basketball, MMA, Football, Wrestling, Track, Gymnastics, and more.

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