Tour de France Winner Odds 2022

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      2022 Tour de France Outright Winner Odds

      Following Tadej Pogacar’s’ impressive 2021 victory, the first by a Slovenian racer, top cycling bookmakers have posted prices for the next Tour de France.

      Up next, the 108th edition of the Tour de France races from August to September 2022. Outright cycling odds for the Tour de France are below and were updated on June 16, 2022:

      2022 Tour de France Outright Winner

      2022 Tour de France Odds bet99 powerplay Sportsinteraction
      Tadej Pogacar 1.73 1.70 1.73
      Primoz Roglic 4.50 4.50 4.50
      Jonas Vingegaard 7.00 7.00 7.00
      Egan Bernal 10.00 10.00 10.00
      Remco Evenepoel 13.00 13.00 13.00

      Tadej Pogacar
      To win the 2022 Tour de France

      Sports Interaction

      Tour de France King of The Mountains Odds and Picks

      The King of the Mountain (sometimes called Man of the Mountain or Mountain classification winner) is the rider who has the most points accumulated from the mountain stages. Points are awarded differently on mountain stages than they are on sprints and time trials.

      Points are given to the rider who reaches the top of significant climbs first with points doubling if the stage ends at the top of a climb. Cyclists in the climber category are the best during these stages and the most frequent winners of Mountain classification points.

      Reigning King of the Mountain Julian Alaphilippe is one of the best riders to bet during mountain stages. Warren Barguil is another talented climber to watch during climbs.

      Bettors should consider those two as two of the best Tour de France picks to win Mountain stages and the overall Mountain classification.

      Who will win the Tour de France 2022?

      It's the two Slovenian Pogacar and Roglic who look most likely to take the win in 2022, but it's difficult to be sure at this stage. As the year's major events progress we'll get a clearer picture of who will be at the top of the overall winner odds (on most online sportsbooks) and who else will be top contenders to win the 2022 Tour de France.

      This year the Welshman Geraint Thomas is looking as good as ever, though the Slovenian is the favourite in the bookies' eyes, Thomas has great odds given his record. The Geraint Thomas Tour de France odds are definitely worth tracking leading up to the event.

      Geraint Thomas To win the 2022 Tour de France

      Tour de France Betting Odds

      Even though the Tour de France has started, Canadians are still welcome to bet on the event. Cycling odds on the Tour de France update as the race progresses through each stage. Some of the most exciting stages are early on, with the Tour de France stage 3 odds attracting a lot of attention, as well as a bit later in the race with the Tour de France stage 14 odds drawing in a lot of bettors.

      Odds adjust at the end of every stage to reflect who is leading (whether it is on overall time, points or the Man of the Mountain) and who has the best chance of winning.

      Tour de France odds are also available for the winner of every stage before they begin. Bettors will also find live odds on some online sportsbooks for the winner of the stage currently in progress. Be sure to check out stage betting info as well, from which rides are likely to win to Tour de France stage 18 betting tips, there is a lot on offer.


        If you have not started betting on the Tour de France, it is not too late to get in on the action. Our online partners are the best sportsbooks for Canadian Tour de France fans.

        Of course, each online sportsbook operates slightly differently. Therefore, bettors should compare each product before making a final decision on what website to use.

        If new to online sportsbooks, Canadians should consider the different bonuses and promotions available.

        The majority of our partners offer an initial deposit welcome bonus, where they match up to a certain amount of money on a new customer’s first deposit.

        Some online sportsbooks may offer specific promotions for betting on the Tour de France. These promotions can include free bets and money back.

        Often bonuses and promotions cannot be combined. If new to online sportsbooks and you opt to take a sign-up bonus, then you may not be eligible for free bets or cashback.


      • How to Find the Best Welcome Bonus for Tour de France Betting

        As mentioned above, most online sportsbooks we recommend, offer a welcome bonus to new users and cand help you find bonuses for Tour de France betting. There are two main welcome bonuses, initial deposit bonuses and free bets (with each option coming with different terms and conditions).

        The general terms for an initial deposit bonus are bettors need to deposit between $20 and $200 (with the max and min differing slightly depending on the sports bonus) and meet the rollover requirement before they can make withdrawals.

        The rollover requirement is an amount customers need to wager before they can make withdrawals (although some online sportsbooks offer partial withdrawals before a customer meets their full rollover).

        To meet the rollover requirement, bettors need to wager between six to ten times the total of their first deposit and bonus.

        The other bonus, free bets, usually come with a minimum odds requirement. To use the free bet, odds of 1.40 or more are necessary for the bet to be valid.

        The majority of Tour de France odd are higher than 1.40, although as the race progresses some options such as points classification winner could see the favourite dip below 1.40 and therefore ineligible to wager.

        A bettor may collect bonuses from all different sportsbooks.


      • Which Sportsbook has the Highest Tour de France Odds?

        While most online sportsbooks offer the same betting options on the Tour de France, the odds each offer are often different. Comparing odds can be time-consuming if you opt to visit a website and check their odds individually.

        Luckily, to help make life and betting easier, we have an odds table at the top of this page that updates odds live. We pick from only the best sportsbooks available in Canada to ensure our readers are getting the best 2010 Tour de France betting odds. 


      • Which Bookie has the most Current Tour de France Betting Odds?

        While every online sportsbook will adjust their betting odds on the Tour de France, some are quicker to do it. Sharp online sportsbooks are the first to adjust their odds.

        These sportsbooks, which include William Hill and Pinnacle, have a larger team of bookmakers who set the online sportsbooks odds. Square sportsbooks, like Sports Interaction (SIA), usually wait for the sharps to set their Tour de France betting lines before they set their own.

        Either option is fine to use for betting on the Tour de France. All will offer multiple futures markets on the Tour, the only difference is when they open them for public betting. Before making bets,t know your own betting style.

        Some bettors like to jump on lines as soon as they can while others prefer to wait and maybe research results from previous stages more before they place a wager. Knowing your approach can help you pick the best online sportsbooks. 

        A variety of options available for betting on the 2020 Tour de France is also something to compare.

        Some of our top-rated partners such as Spin Sports and 888 Sport have a longer list of Tour de France prop bets. These bets can include winning margin on certain stages or head-to-head bets on what cyclists will finish first in the next stage.

      • Where can I bet on Tour de France Odds using a Mobile Device?

        Any online sportsbooks worth using has a mobile website or application.

        There are differences between the experience on desktops and mobile devices. The size of a phone compared to a computer means most mobile apps and websites scale everything down. This only affects what is visible at a given time, not what is available for betting.

        Mobile applications* and websites typically only show one type of bet at a time (to help with the fluidity and functionally) due to the size of the screen. To find all markets available for betting, just scroll to the top of the Tour de France page and quick on the betting markets dropdown tab. Here all Tour de France odds are available.

        *Before searching for mobile betting apps, know that the majority of reputable online sportsbooks do not have an app available on Android or iOS. Instead of installing apps, we suggest adding the online sportsbook’s mobile site to your mobile device’s home screen.


      How Does the Tour de France Work

      A lot of preparation and hard work goes into preparing riders and their cycles for the Tour de France. Teams are built well in advance to prepare for the event.

      Each team features eight cyclists, with each playing a different role. To find out more about the different types of cyclists, check out our comprehensive cycling betting page.

      At the Tour de France, there are between 20 and 22 teams every year (meaning between 160 to 180 riders participant in the event). The Tour de France is comprised of 21 stages split into four different categories.

      • Flat

        The Tour de France starts with a majority of its early stages as flat. Flat stages are long with a few small hills. Stages often end in French towns, where the tracks narrow and curves are standard (which can result in crashes).

        Sprinters dominate the pace in these stages. However, they tend to stay close together for the majority of the early stages and only push the pace as they near the finish line.


      • Hilly

        These stages often come between flat and mountain stages. These stages are known for their quick and rolling hills, which require bursts of endurance. Hilly stages are where riders often gain the most points in the Tour de France. In 2018, Peter Sagan won the points classification due to his performance on hilly stages.  

      • Mountainous

        The most famous stages of the Tour de France are the mountainous ones. These stages test riders the most, forcing them to climb beyond an altitude of 1000 metres and last anywhere from 100 km to over 200 km.

        Often the overall winner of the Tournament de France fails to win many (if any of these stages). Look for the best mountainous riders Warren Barguill and Julian Alaphilippe to wear the polka dot jersey. 

      • Time-Trails

        There are two types of time trials at the Tour de France – team and individual. Team time trials pit the entire team against the clock with a focus on teamwork.

        Individual time trials pit every rider individually against the clock. Each rider starts the time trial separately (with about two minutes elapsing before the next rider starts).

        Time trials are one of the more exciting stages at the Tour de France, as it showcases each rider physical and mental abilities. There is only one of each time trial at the 2019 Tour de France, each lasting only 27 km.

      • Are Tour de France bikes fixed gear?

        Riders on the Tour de France can change gears during the race. Modern gear shifters are built into the bikes, making them nearly invisible to the audience.

        Most riders opt for only a few gears at a time to keep the weight of the bike down. They switch the types of gears they are using to suit the terrain. Also, bikes on the Tour de France may weigh no less than 6.8 kg (or 14.99 lbs).

      • Where Tour de France Finishes

        The 2019 Tour de France runs from July 6 to July 28, lasting for 21 stages and 3,460 km. The Tour starts in Brussels, Belgium and enters Frances on the third day. The Tour lasts for 23 days, with two rests days spruced in after the 10th and 15th stages.

        21 days of racing culminates on July 28 on the Champs-Elysees in Paris which has been the end of every Tour de France ride since 1975.

      • Will Tour de France be Televised

        Canadians can catch all 21 stages of the 2019 Tour de France on Sportsnet or RDS (in French-speaking regions). Canadians will need to get up early to catch the action. With France being three and a half to eight hours ahead of Canada, some stages will start in the middle of the night (depending on where in Canada).

      Tour de France Betting Odds

      All-Time Winners

      The Tour de France started in 1903. However, in the 116-year history of the event, there have not been 116 winners. A few years of the Tour were cancelled due to World Wars and from 1999 to 2005 no one won the event due to rampant steroid use. Four riders have won the Tour de France five times:

      Winner Years Won
      Jacques Anquetil (FRA) 1957, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964
      Eddy Merckx (BEL) 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974
      Bernard Hinault (FRA) 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1985
      Miguel Indurain (ESP)  1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995

      Tour de France Stage Predictions

      List of Tour de France Winners

      Year Tour de France Champions
      2021 Tadej Pogacar (SLO)
      2020 Tadej Pogacar (SLO)
      2019 Egan Bernal (COL)
      2018 Geraint Thomas (GBR)
      2017 Chris Froome (GBR)
      2016 Chris Froome (GBR)
      2015 Chris Froome (GBR)
      2014 Vincenzo Nibali (ITA)
      2013 Chris Froome (GBR)
      2012 Bradley Wiggins (GBR)
      2011 Cadel Evans (AUS)
      2010 DQ Alberto Contador - Andy Schleck (LUX)
      2009 Alberto Contador (ESP)
      2008 Carlos Sastre (ESP)
      2007 Alberto Contador (ESP)
      2006 DQ Floyd Landis - Óscar Pereiro (ESP)
      2005 DQ Lance Armstrong (USA)
      2004 DQ Lance Armstrong (USA)
      2003 DQ Lance Armstrong (USA)
      2002 DQ Lance Armstrong (USA)
      2001 DQ Lance Armstrong (USA)
      2000 DQ Lance Armstrong (USA)
      1999 DQ Lance Armstrong (USA)
      1998 Marco Pantani (ITA)
      1997 Jan Ullrich (DEU)
      1996 Bjarne Riis (DNK)
      1995 Miguel Indurain (ESP)
      1994 Miguel Indurain (ESP)
      1993 Miguel Indurain (ESP)
      1992 Miguel Indurain (ESP)
      1991 Miguel Indurain (ESP)
      1990 Greg LeMond (USA)
      1989 Greg LeMond (USA)
      1988 Pedro Delgado (ESP)
      1987 Stephen Roche (IRL)
      1986 Greg LeMond (USA)
      1985 Bernard Hinault (FRA)
      1984 Laurent Fignon (FRA)
      1983 Laurent Fignon (FRA)
      1982 Bernard Hinault (FRA)
      1981 Bernard Hinault (FRA)
      1980 Joop Zoetemelk (NLD)
      1979 Bernard Thévenet (FRA)
      1978 Bernard Thévenet (FRA)
      1977 Bernard Thévenet (FRA)
      1976 Lucien Van Impe (BEL)
      1975 Bernard Thévenet (FRA)
      1974 Eddy Merckx (BEL)
      1973 Luis Ocaña (ESP)
      1972 Eddy Merckx (BEL)
      1971 Eddy Merckx (BEL)
      1970 Eddy Merckx (BEL)
      1969 Eddy Merckx (BEL)
      1968 Jan Janssen (NLD)
      1967 Roger Pingeon (FRA)
      1966 Lucien Aimar (FRA)
      1965 Felice Gimondi (ITA)
      1964 Jacques Anquetil (FRA)
      1963 Jacques Anquetil (FRA)
      1962 Jacques Anquetil (FRA)
      1961 Jacques Anquetil (FRA)
      1960 Gastone Nencini (ITA)
      1959 Federico Bahamontes (ESP)
      1958 Charly Gaul (LUX)
      1957 Jacques Anquetil (FRA)
      1956 Roger Walkowiak (FRA)
      1955 Louison Bobet (FRA)
      1954 Louison Bobet (FRA)
      1953 Louison Bobet (FRA)
      1952 Fausto Coppi (ITA)
      1951 Hugo Koblet (CHE)
      1950 Ferdinand Kübler (CHE)
      1949 Fausto Coppi (ITA)
      1948  Gino Bartali (ITA)
      1947 Jean Robic (FRA)
      1946 No Race - World War II
      1945 No Race - World War II
      1944 No Race - World War II
      1943 No Race - World War II
      1942 No Race - World War II
      1941 No Race - World War II
      1940 No Race - World War II
      1939 Sylvère Maes (BEL)
      1938 Gino Bartali (ITA)
      1937 Roger Lapébie (FRA)
      1936 Sylvère Maes (BEL)
      1935 Romain Maes (BEL)
      1934 Antonin Magne (FRA)
      1933 Georges Speicher (FRA)
      1932 André Leducq (FRA)
      1931 Antonin Magne (FRA)
      1930 André Leducq (FRA)
      1929 Maurice De Waele (BEL)
      1928 Nicolas Frantz (LUX)
      1927 Nicolas Frantz (LUX)
      1926 Lucien Buysse (BEL)
      1925 Ottavio Bottecchia (ITA)
      1924 Ottavio Bottecchia (ITA)
      1923  Henri Pélissier (FRA)
      1922 Firmin Lambot (BEL)
      1921 Léon Scieur (BEL)
      1920 Philippe Thys (BEL)
      1919 Firmin Lambot (BEL)
      1918 No Race - World War I
      1917 No Race - World War I
      1916 No Race - World War I
      1915 No Race - World War I
      1914 Philippe Thys (BEL)
      1913 Philippe Thys (BEL)
      1912 Odile Defraye (BEL)
      1911 Gustave Garrigou (FRA)
      1910 Octave Lapize (FRA)
      1909 François Faber (LUX)
      1908 Lucien Petit-Breton (FRA)
      1907 Lucien Petit-Breton (FRA)
      1906 René Pottier (FRA)
      1905 Louis Trousselier (FRA)
      1904 DQ Maurice Garin - Henri Cornet (FRA)
      1903 Maurice Garin (FRA)
      Tadej Pogacar (SLO)

      Tour de France betting odds FAQ

      • How to bet on Tour de France odds?

        As the biggest cycling event every year, there is a multitude of ways to bet on the Tour de France. First, you need to meet the legal requirements to bet on Canadian sportsbooks.

        These requirements include being over 18 years of age, having a legal Canadian address, an email account and have a form of payment the online sportsbooks accepts. The next step is understanding the different markets available for betting.

        Futures markets (who will outright win the Tour de France, Man of the Mountain and overall points leaders) make up the most popular section. Bettors can also find odds on winners of individual stages as well as some specialty cycling props.

        As well as that, bettors will have the chance to wager on specific stages. The odds for stages are often quite favorable, especially if you know the strengths and weaknesses of the top riders. As such, it’s worth checking out betting information for the most up-to-date info from cycling experts. You can find very specific info, such as Tour de France stage 6 betting tips. Check it out!

      • Where to bet on Tour de France odds?

        Finding Tour de France betting odds should be a straightforward task for most Canadians. As the most esteemed cycling race, drawing in a global audience, every online sportsbook should offer Tour de France betting odds.

        Odds for the event should be in the cycling section of the online sportsbook.

        If their website does not have an easily indefinable cycling odds menu, then using their search menu (and typing in Tour de France odds) should redirect you to the correct place to bet on the competition.

      • Is Tour de France betting legal in Canada?

        Betting on the Tour de France is legal in Canada.

        Canadians are allowed to use online sportsbooks freely as they do not house their headquarters in Canada and therefore, can offer Canadians the option to bet on single events.

      • Can I make Tour de France bets with bitcoin?

        While not every online sportsbook is in the Bitcoin betting business, the ones that currently accept Bitcoin as payment do not limit the sports Bitcoin users are allowed to wager.

        Click here to see all sportsbooks which accept Bitcoin.

      • Which Tour de France sites accept PayPal?

        While PayPal is a large global company with a strong foothold in Canada, many online sportsbooks available Canadians do not accept PayPal as a form of payment.

        The few that do accept PayPal as a form of payment usually have their headquarters somewhere in the United Kingdoms.

        If you want to bet using your PayPal account, William Hill is a recommended online sportsbook.

        Visit our PayPal page to see all bookies which accept this deposit method.

      • When can I bet on Tour de France odds?

        Depending on the type of bet you wish to make will determine when betting odds are available. The first betting option to open for wagering is the futures market, with the overall winner of the entire race opening before anything else.

        The rest of the futures (Man of the Mountain, points leaders and the winning team) will open closer to the start of the event.

        Prop bets on stage winners do not usually open until the prior stage of the Tour de France is complete for the day (although some betting props on the famous Mountain stages can open a little earlier as they drew in more betting action than the other stages).

      • How to compare Tour de France odds?

        The quickest and easiest way to compare odds on the Tour de France is to check out our Tour de Frances odds homepage.

        On this page, bettors can find live odds on the Tour de France winners from multiple of our highest rated partners. There can they find the best odds on the riders they want to bet will win.

      • What are the types of Tour de France odds?

        The mains types of odds available on the Tour de France are futures markets and stage bets.

        Futures markets make up bets on who will outright win the Tour de France, the overall leader in points, Man of the Mountain (cyclist to have the best overall time in the mountain stages) and team with the best total time.

        Stage bets make up what cyclist will win each stage and some specialty cycling props on time during the time trials and performance during the climbs.

      • How does betting with Tour de France odds work?

        Betting on the Tour de France is done by picking winners of the overall competition or certain stages. Odds reflect a rider’s chance of beating the rest of the field in a stage or the entire competition.

        To bet, pick a rider and wager an amount on them to win the event. Some online sportsbooks offer each way bets that payout if a rider finishes within the top three (or five) and will payout again if that rider also wins.

        Futures on riders to win cannot be parlayed. However, some bettors may opt to place multiple bets on different riders to win the Tour.

      • Why do Tour de France odds change?

        There are three primary criteria for why online sportsbooks will adjust their Tour de France betting odds. The first is an injury. When a rider is injured, odds on the winner change.

        The higher up in the odds the rider was before the injury will mean a more considerable overall change in odds.

        When Chris Froome, who opened most 2019 Tour de France futures markets as the favourite, injured his leg before the start of the events, odds were quick to adjust.

        The other factors are condition and Tour performance. When conditions (whether it is road, weather conditions or significant changes to the field) change, online sportsbooks change their odds to reflect better what riders are gaining or losing advantage.

        The last is current perform. If the rider who opens with the third best odds to win the event sits in 47th place after ten stages, then he is going to see a significant drop in his odds of winning the whole race.

      • How do Tour de France odds work?

        Tour de France odds work by providing the perceived odds a rider will win. Odds take into account the quality of the rider, the strength of his team and route of the race.

        Bettors can make picks on who will win the overall race or win a specific stage. If odds on the favourite to win are 3.5, then betting $100 will pay $350 if correct.

      • Who makes Tour de France odds?

        Depending on the online sportsbooks you use will determine who sets their Tour de France odds. Sharp online sportsbooks (the ones that open odds first) usually have a team of dedicated bookmakers set their betting lines.

        Square sportsbooks base their odds off the biggest sharp online sportsbooks and betting lines set in Vegas. They will adjust their lines when sharps or Vegas make noteworthy changes.

        They can also adjust their own lines if the public is hammering certain bets, and they need to change odds for profitability purposes.

      • Where to find the best odds for Tour de France?

        As our best-reviewed online sportsbooks understand the diversity of Canada and its sports market, they are our top choice for the best Tour de France odds.

        Checking out our online sportsbook review section will direct Canadians to the best odds for betting on the Tour de France and other sporting events.

      • How to read Tour de France betting odds?

        While riders in the Tour de France work as a team to win, betting on the Tour de France is much closer to betting on an individual competition.

        Since it is considered very individualistic (as only one rider can win a stage or lead in points) reading and understanding Tour de France odds is straightforward.

        Odds in decimal format represent a rider’s riding abilities, how well he works with his team and his chances of winning the event or stage.

        Riders with decimal odds or 2.0 to 10.0 are considered the favourites. The moderate underdogs range from 10.01 to 49.99, and the heavy underdogs are anything at 50.0 or higher.

      • What if Tour de France odds change after I made a bet?

        There is not much a bettor can do if Tour de France odds change after they place a bet.

        However, odds changing is just as much of an advantage to a bettor as it a disadvantage.

        Betting early on an event like the Tour de France may offer better odds as the field is at its largest and online sportsbooks need to account for 160 riders racing.

        However, not everyone wants to deal with odds changing (especially on a team-focused bet such as the team to finish the race with the best overall time).

        To avoid the risk of odds adjusting, bettors should wait until it is closer to the start of the Tour. This strategy allows bettors to avoid the risk of riders withdrawing from the race due to injuries or other reasons.