How to Live Stream 2018 Vuelta a España Online

Published: Sep 14, 2018

How to watch Vuelta a España live?

The Vuelta a España is a three-week Grand Tour cycling stage race. Like the Tour de France, it’s one of the premier races in the UCI World Tour and a must-watch for any cycling fan.

From August 25 to September 16, the world’s top cyclists will be racing from Málaga to Madrid. Tune in to the action in HD with ExpressVPN!

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Watch Vuelta a España live for free on SBS (Australia)

Australian network SBS will have live coverage of the 2018 Vuelta. To watch for free:

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  3. Go to
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Live stream the 2018 Vuelta a España free on RTVE (Spain)

What better way to watch the Vuelta than on a Spanish channel? You can catch all the action when you use a VPN.

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  2. Connect to any ExpressVPN server in Spain
  3. Head to
  4. Stream the event live!

Stream Vuelta a España live on NBC Sports (USA)

If you prefer an American approach to the race, NBC is also streaming the event. Here’s how to stream:

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  2. Connect to any of 20 different U.S. ExpressVPN servers
  3. Go to (you may need a subscription)
  4. Stream away!

2018 Vuelta a España route and schedule

Stage 1 (Aug 25): Málaga – Málaga (ITT) – 8km

Stage 2 (Aug 26): Marbella – Caminito del Rey (summit) – 163.5km

Stage 3 (Aug 27): Mijas – Alhaurín de la Torre (hilly) – 178.2km

Stage 4 (Aug 28): Vélez-Málaga – La Alfacar (summit) – 161.4km

Stage 5 (Aug 29): Granada – Roquetas de Mar (hilly) – 188.7km

Stage 6 (Aug 30): Huércal-Overa – San Javier (flat) – 155.7km

Stage 7 (Aug 31): Puerto Lumbreras – Pozo Alcón (flat) – 185.7km

Stage 8 (Sep 1): Linares – Almadén (flat) – 195.1km

Stage 9 (Sep 2): Talavera de la Reina – La Covatilla (summit) – 200.8km

Stage 10 (Sep 4): Salamanca – Fermoselle (flat) – 172.5km

Stage 11 (Sep 5): Mombuey – Ribeira Sacra. Luintra (hilly) – 207.8km

Stage 12 (Sep 6): Mondoñedo – Faro de Estaca de Bares (flat) – 181.1km

Stage 13 (Sep 7): Candás – La Camperona (summit) – 174.8km

Stage 14 (Sep 8): Cangas Onís – Les Praeres (summit) – 171km

Stage 15 (Sep 9): Cistierna – Lagos de Covadonga (summit) – 178.2km

Stage 16 (Sep 11): Santillana del Mar – Torrelavega (ITT) – 32km

Stage 17 (Sep 12): Getxo – Balcón de Bizkaia (summit) – 157km

Stage 18 (Sep 13): Ejea de los Caballeros – Lleida (flat) – 186.1km

Stage 19 (Sep 14): Lleida – Col de la Rabassa (summit) – 154.4km

Stage 20 (Sep 15): Escaldes-Engordany – Collada de La Gallina (summit) – 97.3km

Stage 21 (Sep 16): Alcorcón to Madrid (flat) – 100.9km

Who wins the red jersey?

Michal Kwiatkowski is the top dog, with Emanuel Buchmann and Simon Yates rounding out the top three.

Will the Pole hold onto his lead? Yates’s impressive performances have vaulted him from the top ten to a podium spot. Can the Brit ride his impressive momentum and challenge Kwiatkowski for first place?

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