3 NYC Spots to Watch the Tour de France

The only thing that ‘s more fun than watching the 2013 Tour de France is gathering with fellow fans in NYC. For communal cheering of Froome, Contador, van Garderen & Co. and focused appreciation of the 21-day, 2,161-mile sufferfest that extends from the heights of Alpe d’Huez to the Champs Elysees, here are three spots in NYC where the flatscreen is tuned to the NBC Sports Network:

Bicycle Habitat, Soho, 250 Lafayette St. — Tour kick-off weekend features early free snacks and drinks from City Bakery, and coverage will be on all month. Information.

The Cannibal, 139 East 29th St. – Named for Eddy Merckx, this bar and restaurant with a bike-friendly, enclosed garden serves hundreds of specialty beer brands plus hearty charcuterie. Stop by for race coverage, plus all-French beers on tap. Information.

NYC Velo – This East Village bike shop invites friends to celebrate the Tour with espresso and live streaming coverage on three Saturdays at Ground Support, 399 West Broadway. Information.

Know of additional NYC bars and eateries broadcasting the Tour? Please add them below, and we’ll help spread the word through social media.

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