The Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec et de Montreal is in its ninth edition bringing UCI WorldTour racing to the streets of Quebec’s biggest cities. The circuit races offer spectators an amazing opportunity to experience top-level one-day racing. If you can’t make it to the race, you may be wondering how you can legitimately watch the race live without the use of illegal feed. After all, the race brings the worlds best to Canada and a record 17 Canadians will be on start line.
Svein Tuft will likely be riding his final races on Canadian soil, the national team brings a strong squad with Tour de Beauce winner and Montreal native James Piccoli alongside a number of promising young riders, Rally Cycling count five Canadians on their roster, Israel Cycling Academy have Ben Perry and Guillaume Boivin, and Hugo Houle rounds out a strong contingent of Canucks.
Canadians who want to follow the GPCQM on Friday, Sept. 7 and Sunday, Sept. 9 respectively can do so in a number of ways the easiest of which is following the race live for free on the website. Simply go to gpcqm.ca/en/ on race day and click the Watch Live button. The races get underway at 11 am with the winner set to cross the line around 4 pm EDT.
French language broadcaster TVA Sports will also be showing the Canadian WorldTour races with coverage starting a 10:30 am on Friday and Sunday. Finally, if you subscribed to FloBikes to watch the 2018 Vuelta or are willing to pony up some money they will be broadcasting the race live.