Three-peter? Can Sagan do it again? While he hasn’t had quite the same year in 2017 as he did in 2016, what better opportunity to flex a little quad muscle than the UCI World Championships this weekend?
There are plenty of other people in the running this year for their shot at a title, with both the men’s and women’s road race, some time trial action, among others. And of course with all that fun, CX season just right around the corner.
In 2014, it was decided that the 2017 races would be held in Bergen, Sweden, a beautiful but potentially wet location for the upcoming races. Compared to last year’s heat in Qatar, the cooler fall climate might be preferred this year, of course with some more risk associated with the slicker roads.
So how can you stream the UCI World Championship races online without cable? We’ll show you a few options below.
Stream the UCI race online with DirecTV NOW
For those of you looking to stream the game on the Olympic Channel, you can get access to their online stream by signing up for a free trial of DirecTV NOW here. DTV NOW will also get you access to hundreds of other channels, including NBC Sports network which often features other big races like the Tour De France during the summer months. This is a great option for those who don’t want to sign up for a big cable package, as their online offerings don’t require any sort of contract.
Love streaming sports online? Don’t really care much about other channels? FuboTV is going to be one of your best options out there. From professional cycling, tennis, soccer, NFL games, golf, and more, FuboTV streams dozens of sports networks for those more difficult to find broadcasts. You can get a free seven day trial here, which means you can watch the world championship free.
Looking to stream bike racing online? Try Sling TV
Another option similar to DirecTV NOW is Sling TV. They offer a live stream of the Olympic Channel, giving you full access to the UCI championships online and through mobile, tablet and on your computer. Sling also has dozens of other networks available for streaming. Get a seven day free trial here.