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How to Watch the UCI Bike Races on Streaming and Cable 

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Want to watch the UCI Road Cycling World Championships from the comfort of your home?

No problem. You can choose from 33 hours, including 26 broadcast live on television. Plus, you can stream it live from Richmond2015.com or from a new Richmond 2015 mobile app on iOS or Android that will be available later this week.

Coverage will be coordinated by Universal Sports Network and NBC Sports Group from Sept. 20-27.

Four networks will carry 16 and a half hours of coverage planned for Universal Sports, nine for NBCSN, six and a half for CNBC and one for NBC. Additionally, NBC Sports Live Extra will stream all NBC, NBCSN and CNBC telecasts, and UniversalSports.com will stream all Universal Sports coverage.

Live coverage begins Sunday, Sept. 20, at 11 a.m. on Universal Sports with the Women’s Elite Team Time Trial, followed by live coverage of the Men’s Elite Team Time Trial on CNBC at 2 p.m.

Daily coverage of the World Championships continues through the final weekend of competition on Saturday, Sept. 26, featuring the Women’s Elite Road Race on Universal Sports at 1 p.m., and concludes Sunday, Sept. 27, with the Elite Men’s Road Race on CNBC at noon.

Commentator Steve Schlanger alongside analyst Todd Gogulski will anchor coverage. Gogulski racked up more than 100 victories as a professional racer.

Hosted by the United States for the first time since 1986, the 2015 UCI Road World Championships will be aired in more than 175 countries and territories around the world.

Media coverage includes 20 live cameras, including a motorcycle and helicopter.

Look for more bike race coverage from Style Weekly throughout the event.

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