The 2012 Tour De France is officially upon us, and after a grand Stage 1 fans must anticipate another memorable event in Stage 2.
For those television viewers, the heavily-anticipated second stage will broadcast live at 8:00 a.m. ET on Monday, July 2 on NBC Sports Network.
For those who can't catch the game on TV, it will also be accessible via internet on NBCSports.com and through purchasing their mobile app. No matter what the circumstance, it will be more convenient than ever before to watch this year's event.
Slovakian Peter Sagan was the first winner at the Tour, seizing victory at the first stage, with Fabian Cancellara still maintaining the overall lead with his impressive performance opening day.
Defending champion Cadel Evans also had himself a solid outing in Stage 1. The effort earned him an eighth-place finish in the the stage, a good showing considering the plethora of talent on display in 2012. English rider Bradley Wiggins also had himself a positive finish, holding an overall time that has him in second place.
There is no denying just how special this event is for fans worldwide. Considering the long legacy of the event, its viewing convenience and the undeniable competition level there is no reason fans shouldn't be intrigued by this year's showing.