The Tour de France pulls in millions of TV viewers every year - in 2020 the race drew in over 10.5 million people tuning in from their sofas.
UK viewers can enjoy live broadcasts and highlights on ITV4, Europsport, and S4C if you'd like to hear the action in Welsh.
Which channel you select probably comes down to your chosen TV package, but may also be influenced by your commentators of choice.
ITV4: Ned Boulting and David Millar
Up until 2016, ITV4's Tour de France commentary came from Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen. The pair continued as a duo on America's NBC channel. However, early in 2018, broadcaster and former pro Paul Sherwen passed away; news of his death was greeted by an outpouring of grief from former colleagues and fans.
Sherwen was greatly respected and missed. However, the show must go on. From 2016 onwards, ITV's chosen commentary twosome has been the dynamic duo of Ned Boulting and former pro David Millar.
ITV's highlights production is usually presented by sports journalist and broadcaster Gary Imlach alongside former pro and three-time yellow jersey wearer Chris Boardman. Former Sky rider Peter Kennaugh is the latest edition amongst the ITV pundits, returning in 2020 after making his debut in 2019.
Eurosport and GCN: Carlton Kirby, Rob Hatch, Sean Kelly, Brian Smith
Eurosport has had a shake-up for this year with coverage also being shared on the GCN app, though many of the same names remain.
In the commentary box during live airings, we have Carlton Kirby, Rob Hatch, former British champion Brian Smith, and the legendary Sean Kelly. The quartet has three weeks to cover off as many well loved phrases as possible.
In the studio Orla Chennaoui will be the lead presenter for 20-30 minute build-up shows. She'll be joined by Bradley Wiggins, Brian Smith and Dan Lloyd throughout the race.
Also not to be missed are the Bradley Wiggins Show podcasts, which will no doubt touch on Tour action with the 2012 victor airing his views, and 'The Breakaway' debate show, hosted by Chennaoui, which will be available on digital platforms - with debate and analysis throughout the race.
Alberto Contador and Juan Antonio Flecha continue to work for Eurosport International, so they will feature throughout the coverage but not within the UK studio.
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Michelle Arthurs-Brennan is a traditional journalist by trade, having begun her career working for a local newspaper, where highlights included interviewing a very irate Freddie Star (and an even more irate theatre owner), as well as 'the one about the stolen chickens'.
Previous to joining the Cycling Weekly team, Michelle was Editor at Total Women's Cycling. She joined CW as an 'SEO Analyst', but couldn't keep her nose out of journalism and in the spreadsheets, eventually taking on the role of Tech Editor before her latest appointment as Digital Editor.
Michelle is a road racer who also enjoys track riding and the occasional time trial, though dabbles in off-road riding too (either on a mountain bike, or a 'gravel bike'). She is passionate about supporting grassroots women's racing and founded the women's road race team 1904rt.
Michelle is on maternity leave from July 8 2022, until April 2023.
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