First thing's first - the races:
31 January-4 February - Dubai Tour (Dubai)
1-5 February - Herald Sun Tour (Australia)
1-5 February - Volta al Comunitat Valenciana (Spain)
Check out the Team Sky lineups for all three events HERE
Herald Sun Tour begins with an evening prologue in Melbourne. That means the first yellow jersey recipient will be decided at a more sociable hour for European fans, with the stage concluding at 8.30am UK time. From then on the alarm clock will need to be set, with the remaining road stages rolling out just before midnight, and finishing around 4.30am for British viewers. If the action is anything like last year though it will be more than worth the early start.
Dubai is four hours ahead of the UK, meaning that with the race kicking off at roughly 11am each day, you're looking at 7am for the Brits, and 8am for much of Europe. A slightly later start on Sunday's final stage means an extra 90 minutes in bed. You can watch the final phase of each stage live on Eurosport (or Eurosport Player).
Valencia runs to a more traditional European schedule. The opening TTT will be must-see racing and sees the last team go down the ramp at 15.06pm UK time. This and the remaining road stages will all be shown live on Eurosport, largely finishing between 14.30pm and 15.30pm. Just watch out for the early finish on Sunday!