Tour de France 2018: When does stage seven start, what TV channel can I watch it on and what does the stage look like?

When is the next stage of the Tour de France?

Stage seven of the Tour de France is tomorrow, so Friday July 13, 2018.

What time does the stage start?

The seventh stage at the Tour de France, the 231km run from Fougères to Chartres gets under way at 11.05am (BST) and is scheduled to reach KMO at 11.20pm. Telegraph Sport‘s live coverage will start at 10.50am.

And when does the race finish?

The second grand tour of the season concludes a little over three weeks later with the 116km stage from Houilles to Paris on Sunday July 29.

What about Friday’s stage?

Anytime between 4.21 and 4.49pm, according to the scheduled timings on the Tour de France’s official website. These timings, by the way, are based on fastest and slowest estimated average speeds.

What TV channel can I watch the race on?

Eurosport, ITV and S4C will be broadcasting every stage live each day – click here for full stage-by-stage details of broadcast times – while Telegraph Sport will provide live blogs to keep you up to speed with the latest news. Bookmark this page for all of Friday’s action.

And what time is the live coverage?

Stage seven: Fougères to Chartres, 231km
Telegraph Sport liveblog: From 10.50am
Live TV details: Eurosport 11am-5pm, ITV4 11am-5pm, S4C 2-4.35pm

What does the stage profile look like?

stage seven

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