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Cyclingfanstv, TDF, classics, regular internet??

I have wifi and a compatible TV and cut the cable a few years ago. I'm willing to pay $10 - $20/month for subscriptions.

Would a chrome cast be any better?
 

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The cheapest option would be to go to steephill.tv on your laptop and connect to your TV using an HDMI cable.

An alternative would be to find some dude in a back alley selling Rasberry Pi 3s loaded with Kodi
 

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We subscribe to NBC Gold and for $30/year we get complete coverage of the Giro, TDF and La Vuelta....the entire stage without any commercials. It's worth it just for that, and of course you can watch the entire broadcast whenever you want if you can't catch it live. They also cover other events during the course of the year, including Paris-Roubaix tomorrow. It's a great deal.
 

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So, NO Paris Roubaix tomorrow w/o spending $30? I could not find Flanders last week . . .
 

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I could not find Flanders last week . . .
Really? What country. I found at least two YouTube live feeds. Chromecasted them to the TV and enjoyed the best streaming quality and most reliable feed in years. Not the pixelated mess typical with the cyclingfans.com links. For Roubaix I'll just be content with watching the NBCSports delayed show Monday evening.
 

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Eddy 53:11
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Really? What country. I found at least two YouTube live feeds. Chromecasted them to the TV and enjoyed the best streaming quality and most reliable feed in years. Not the pixelated mess typical with the cyclingfans.com links. For Roubaix I'll just be content with watching the NBCSports delayed show Monday evening.
I was looking for US TV broadcasts. I can't watch live; have to be somewhere.
 

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We subscribe to NBC Gold and for $30/year we get complete coverage of the Giro, TDF and La Vuelta....the entire stage without any commercials. It's worth it just for that, and of course you can watch the entire broadcast whenever you want if you can't catch it live. They also cover other events during the course of the year, including Paris-Roubaix tomorrow. It's a great deal.
I subscribe to NBC Gold as well; IMO nice selections of races that you can watch any time for $30 a year.
 

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Cool. Gotta get up to speed on this crap.
 
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