Tour de Romandie 2022 Live Stream: Dates, Times, Stages Details, and How to watch UCI WorldTour Cycling from Anywhere

Tour de Romandie 2022 Live Stream: Tour de Romandie 2022 Live Stream Online Coverage Guide.

The 75th Tour de Romandie is on the calendar from Tuesday 26 April to Sunday 1 May. The route includes an elevation gain of more than 14,000 metres. A prologue and a concluding individual time trial are rounded out by a brutal Queen Stage and a series of chances for sprinters, attackers and punchers.

Quickstep-Alpha Vinyl team for the Tour de Romandie 2022:

Mattia Cattaneo (ITA)
Rémi Cavagna (FRA)
Josef Cerny (CZE)
Mikkel Honoré (DEN)
James Knox (GBR)
Mauro Schmid (SUI)
Ethan Vernon (GBR)

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl sports director Rik Van Slycke: “We are traveling to Switzerland with a good squad and we expect an exciting race, one where we will try to grab every opportunity, and there should be a few for us. Rémi will once again target the time trials and he is capable of getting some good results there, but we also have other riders capable of doing something nice next week, so the confidence is high going into the race.”

Tour de Romandie 2022 Dates, Times & Stages:

No.DateStart TimeFinish TimeLocationKilometreType
0126 APRIL, 20229:00am ET11:32am ETLAUSANNE (ITT / CRI)5.1KMPrologue
0227 APRIL, 20227:00am ET11:20am ETLA GRANDE BÉROCHE – ROMONT178KMHills
0328 APRIL, 20227:20am ET11:23am ETECHALLENS168.2KMHills
0429 APRIL, 20227:35am ET11:39am ETVALBROYE165.1KMHills
0530 APRIL, 20225:00am ET9:48am ETAIGLE – ZINAL180.1KMMountains
0601 MAY, 20226:28am ET9:45am ETAIGLE – VILLARS (ITT / CRI)15.8KMITT


An even tougher Tour de Romandie than in previous years is what riders will be facing at the 75th edition of the French-speaking Swiss race, especially considering a tough mountain TT has been added -16 long kilometers between Aigle and Villars, set to be decisive, on Sunday 1st May- that could probably condition how riders tackle the course as they always keep the final day in mind.

To reach that last hurdle, the peloton will have previously covered a traditional prologue (Tuesday 26th) in Lausanne, barely 5km in length, and four demanding road stages. Those finishing in Romont (Wednesday 27th), with an uphill finish, and Echallens (Thursday 28th) should be more open and easier for a group finish; the ones at Valbroye (Friday 29th), with two Cat-3 climbs near the end, and especially the brutal Queen stage towards Zinal (Saturday 30th), with 4,000 meters of elevation gain and four Cat-1 ascents, must be a contest between the GC favourites.


The Tour de Romandie is the last multiday stage race ahead of the Giro d’Italia. Geraint Thomas is title holder. brings you the start list of the Swiss race for climbers and time trialists.

How to Watch Tour de Romandie 2022 Live Stream:


The Belgian service RTBF broadcasts most major cycling events. The best part? It’s completely free


Channels: ITV and ITV 4

Zattoo Switzerland is a great way to watch ITV’s cycling coverage live and for free.


Channels: ITV 4

UK network ITV offers coverage of many cycling events throughout the year.


Channels: Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2

Eurosport provides live coverage of 2022 events in several European markets. Be sure to check the official Eurosport schedule. Eurosport offers a seven-day free trial.


Channels: NBCSN and Peacock TV

NBCSN has broadcasting rights for the Tour de France, Vuelta a Espana, Paris-Roubaix, and Tour de Suisse in the U.S. Select races are also broadcast on NBC’s streaming service, Peacock. Various free trials are available.

Note: You will need a U.S. credit/debit card to subscribe to YouTube TV, Peacock TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, or Hulu + Live TV. You can still subscribe to YouTube TV via Google Play, even if you don’t have a U.S. credit/debit card.


Channels: Fubo Cycling and NBCSN

FuboTV has a dedicated channel for streaming cycling (Fubo Cycling), as well as the NBCSN channel. Signing up is quite easy and a seven-day free trial is available.

World Tour Teams

AG2R Citroën
Ben O’Connor, Bob Jungels, Larry Warbasse, Geoffrey Bouchard, Clément Champoussin, Valentin Paret-Peintre, Nans Peters

Astana Qazaqstan Team
David de la Cruz, Fabio Felline, Samuele Battistella, Antonio Nibali, Javier Romo, Andrey Zeits

Bahrain Victorious
Damiano Caruso, Gino Mäder, Jack Haig, Dylan Teuns, Luis León Sánchez, Domen Novak, Stephen Williams

BORA – hansgrohe
Sergio Higuita, Maximilian Schachmann, Felix Großschartner, Patrick Konrad, Martin Laas, Anton Palzer, Frederik Wandahl

Ion Izagirre, Jesús Herrada, Simon Geschke, Sander Armée, Thomas Champion, Rubén Fernández, Rémy Rochas

EF Education – Easy Post
Rigoberto Uran, Mark Padun, Ruben Guerreiro, Ben Healy, Neilson Powless, Sean Quinn, Odd Christian Eiking

Groupama – FDJ
Thibaut Pinot, Michael Storer, Sébastien Reichenbach, Quentin Pacher, Bruno Armirail, Matteo Badilatti, Anthony Roux

INEOS Grenadiers
Geraint Thomas, Ethan Hayter, Eddie Dunbar, Kim Heiduk, Luke Plapp, Magnus Sheffield, Ben Tulett

Intermarché – Wanty-Gobert
Louis Meintjes, Rein Taaramäe, Théo Delacroix, Quinten Hermans, Laurens Huys, Julius Johansen

Israel – Premier Tech
Chris Froome, Jakob Fuglsang, Michael Woods, Patrick Bevin, Guillaume Boivin, Hugo Houle, Corbin Strong

Jumbo – Visma
Steven Kruijswijk, Robert Gesink, Rohan Dennis, Sepp Kuss, Michel Hessmann, Gijs Leemreize, Timo Roosen

Lotto Soudal
Filippo Conca, Steff Cras, Sébastien Grignard, Andreas Kron, Viktor Verschaeve, Xandres Vervloesem

Carlos Verona, Nelson Oliveira, Gregor Mühlberger, Abner González, Johan Jacobs, Lluís Mas, Óscar Rodríguez

Quick Step – Alpha Vinyl
Rémi Cavagna, Mattia Cattaneo, Josef Cerny, Mikkel Frølich Honoré, James Knox, Mauro Schmid, Ilan Van Wilder

Team BikeExchange Jayco
Cameron Meyer, Jesús David Peña, Sam Bewley, Amund Grøndahl Jansen, Dion Smith, Jan Maas, Matteo Sobrero

Team DSM
Marco Brenner, Romain Combaud, Andreas Leknessund, Frederik Rodenberg, Marius Mayrhofer, Tim Naberman, Martijn Tusveld

Trek – Segafredo
Antwan Tolhoek, Simon Pellaud, Antonio Tiberi, Julien Bernard, Gianluca Brambilla, Kenny Elissonde, Alexander Kamp

UAE Emirates
Brandon McNulty, Marc Hirschi, Jan Polanc, Juan Ayuso, Felix Groß, Finn Fisher-Black, Joel Suter

Equipo Kern Pharma
Roger Adrià, Francisco Galván, Urko Berrade, Héctor Carretero, José Félix Parra, Raúl García Pierna, Jaime Castrillo

Yannis Voisard, Mathias Flückiger, Filippo Colombo, Antoine Debons, Robin Froidevaux, Valère Thiébaud

Tour de Romandie Winners and records:

The Tour de Romandie is a mountainous stage race in the French speaking part of Switzerland, usually on the calendar just before the Giro d’Italia. brings you the recent winners and records from the Swiss race.

Recent winners Tour de Romandie:

2022: ?
2021: Geraint Thomas (gbr)
2020: cancelled
2019: Primoz Roglic (slo)
2018: Primoz Roglic (slo)
2017: Richie Porte (aus)
2016: Nairo Quintana (col)
2015: Ilnur Zakarin (rus)
2014: Chris Froome (gbr)

Tour de Romandie records

Stephen Roche, Ferdi Kübler, Jean Forestier, Louis Rostollan, Vittorio Adorni and Gianni Motta share the record for most wins, all with three.

Two time winners Chris Froome and Primoz Roglic are the only riders who are able to join them in the short run.

Complete UCI WorldTour cycling calendar 2022:

Tour de RomandieApril 26-May 1
Eschborn-FrankfurtMay 1
Giro D’ItaliaMay 7-29
Critérium du DauphinéJune 5-12
Tour de SuisseJune 12-19
Tour de FranceJuly 1-24
Clasica de San SebastiánJuly 30
Tour de PologneJuly 30-August 5
Benelux TourAugust 7-13
Vuelta a EspanaAugust 19-September 11
Grand Prix Cycliste de MontréalSeptember 11
Il LombardiaOctober 8
Tour de GuangxiOctober 13-18

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