FloBikes To Broadcast Giro D’Italia In U.S. And Canada

Dear Fans Of Professional Cycling,

Brace yourselves.

FloBikes will be broadcasting the Giro d’Italia live in the U.S. and Canada. (As well as providing daily replays.) In addition to the Giro, we’ve added classics and monuments like Amstel Gold and Il Lombardia to our 2018 live events schedule.

This is big.

This is—we would argue—the most robust broadcast calendar of pro cycling in North America.

So how much will this cost?

Glad you asked.

FloBikes’ PRO accounts, required to watch live events and replays, start at $30 per month, or $150 per year (we like to look at it as $12.50 per month). A PRO account provides access to premium content across every site in the FloSports network.

Is there an app, you say?

Yes! Download the FloSports app to watch live on Roku, Apple TV 4, or your favorite IOS device.

And what else will you get?

Allow us to point out some highlights (and please, take a look at our full North American live broadcast calendar below).

On FloBikes in 2018, you’ll get to watch the aforementioned Ardennes classic Amstel Gold, live this Sunday; the Tour of the Alps, starring Chris Froome, Fabio Aru, and Thibaut Pinot starting on Monday; the Tour of Romandie; the Giro d’Italia (the Giro!); the Tour de Suisse (aka the the pre-Tour test race starring Peter Sagan); America’s toughest stage race, the Tour of Utah; and world-class cyclocross racing all fall and winter.

In total this year, North American viewers will get 63 world-class events and 188 days of racing. (Stay tuned as we continue to add races to our live events schedule.)

Plus, you get more—much more.

In 2019, annual subscribers will get monuments Milan San Remo and the Tour of Flanders, as well as nearly all of the early-season classics, starting with Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.

In addition to our live events, we’ll continue to provide day-to-day coverage of the sport as well as in-depth feature stories and videos. For example, you can see our exclusive look inside Tom Boonen’s new career as a race car driver, Nate Brown’s KOM-winning ride at the Tour de France, and the inspirational comeback of Olympic hopeful Josh Hartman.

Subscribers will also have access to premium training plans and videos from some of the top athletes and coaches in the world.

At FloBikes, we’re avid cyclists, racers, and fans of pro racing ourselves. We believe in this.

We, like you, have long been subject to a disparate and difficult-to-access broadcast landscape in the sport we love so much. But no more.

We think this is a really good deal. We hope you do, too. And we hope you join us. Sign up for a PRO account, and watch some of the best bike races in the world.

FloBikes 2018 North American Events Calendar

Start Date
End Date
Event
Territories Available
03-04-18
03-04-18
GP Industria e Artigianato
North America, Latin America
03-22-18
03-25-18
Coppi e Bartali Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
03-24-18
03-25-18
UEC BMX Euro Cup: Verona (Ita)
North America, Latin America, Australia
04-02-18
04-07-18
Tour of Basque
North America, Latin America  (Except Colombia)
04-04-18
04-04-18
Flanders Classics: Scheldeprijs
North America
04-14-18
04-14-18
Italian Fixed Gear Cup - Milano | Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
04-14-18
04-15-18
UEC BMX Euro Cup: Zolder (Bel)
North America, Latin America, Australia
04-15-18
04-15-18
Amstel Gold Race
North America
04-16-18
04-20-18
Tour of the Alps
North America, Latin America
04-24-18
04-29-18
Tour de Romandie
North America
04-28-18
04-29-18
UEC BMX Euro Cup: Kampen (Ned)
North America, Latin America, Australia
05-04-18
05-27-18
Giro d'Italia
North America
05-09-18
05-18-18
Tour Series
North America
05-19-18
05-19-18
Rochester Twilight Criterium & Rochester Mile
North America
05-19-18
05-20-18
UEC BMX Euro Cup: Blegny (Bel)
North America, Latin America, Australia
05-22-18
05-24-18
Tour des Fjords
North America
05-25-18
05-27-18
Hammer Stavanger
North America
06-01-18
06-03-18
Hammer Sportzone Limburg
North America
06-07-18
06-16-18
Giro d'Italia Under-23 Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
06-09-18
06-17-18
Tour de Suisse
North America
06-13-18
06-17-18
OVO Women's Tour
North America
06-16-18
06-16-18
Sellaronda Hero
North America, Latin America, Australia
06-20-18
06-24-18
Adriatica Ionica
North America, Latin America
06-30-18
06-30-18
Italian Road National Championship
North America, Latin America, Australia
06-30-18
06-30-18
Italian Fixed Gear Cup - Firenze | Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
07-06-18
07-15-18
Giro d'Italia Women Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
08-06-18
08-12-18
Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah
North America
09-01-18
09-01-18
Flanders Classics: Brussels Cycling Classic
North America
09-01-18
09-02-18
Toronto Cyclocross
North America
09-02-18
09-09-18
Tour of Britain
North America
09-07-18
09-07-18
Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec
North America
09-08-18
09-09-18
Rochester Cyclocross
North America
09-09-18
09-09-18
Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal
North America
09-15-18
09-15-18
Coppa Agostoni
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
09-16-18
09-16-18
Coppa Bernocchi
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
09-16-1809-16-18
Eeklo, Geraardsbergen North America
09-18-18
09-19-18
Giro della Toscana Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
09-20-18
09-20-18
Coppa Sabatini - GP Peccioli Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
09-22-18
09-22-18
Italian Fixed Gear Cup - Lissone | Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
09-22-18
09-22-18
Memorial Marco Pantani Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
09-23-18
09-23-18
Trofeo Matteotti Non-LIVE
North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, UK
10-06-18
10-06-18
Giro dell'Emilia
North America, Latin America
10-6-1810-6-18
Berencross, MeulebekeNorth America
10-07-18
10-07-18
GP Beghelli
North America, Latin America
10-09-18
10-09-18
Tre Valli Varesine
North America, Latin America
10-08-18
10-08-18
GP Mario De Clercq (Ronse)
North America, Australia, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, and Switzerland
10-11-18
10-11-18
Gran Piemonte
North America
10-13-18
10-13-18
Il Lombardia
North America
10-14-1810-14-18
Polderscross KruibekeNorth America
11-01-18
11-01-18
Koppenbergcross (Oudenaarde)
North America, Australia, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, and Switzerland
11-11-18
11-11-18
Jaarmarktcross (Niel)
Available Worldwide, Except in Belgium and Netherlands
11-26-18
11-26-18
VIO Flandriencross (Hamme)
North America, Australia, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, and Switzerland
12-09-18
12-09-18
Cyclocross (Essen)
North America, Australia, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, and Switzerland
12-16-18
12-16-18
Soudal Scheldecross (Antwerpen)
North America, Australia, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, and Switzerland
12-23-18
12-23-18
Waaslandcross (Sint Niklaas)
Available Worldwide, Except in Belgium and Netherlands
12-28-18
12-28-18
Azencross (Loenhout)
North America, Australia, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, and Switzerland
12-29-18
12-29-18
Cyclocross BredeneNorth America
2-6-192-6-18
Parkcross MaldegemNorth America


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