Tour de France Winner Odds 2020
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2020 Tour de France Outright Winner Odds
Following Egan Bernals' impressive 2019 victory, the first by a Columbian racer, top cycling bookmakers have posted prices for the next Tour de France.
Up next, the 107th edition of the Tour de France races from June 27 to July 19, 2020. Outright winner odds below were updated on August 19, 2019.
|2020 Tour de France Odds|
2019 Tour de France Outright Winner
Take another peek at the 21st and final stage of the #TDF2019.
With the champagne cycling, @CalebEwan's stage victory and a Yellow Jersey clad @Eganbernal crossing the line, It was a stage to remember. 💛 pic.twitter.com/qneGCWLVdZ
— Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 28, 2019
- 01Who will win the Tour de France 2019?
- 02Stage 21 Picks - July 28th
- 03Stage 20 Picks - July 27th
- 04Stage 19 Picks - July 26th
- 05Stage 18 Picks - July 25th
- 06Stage 17 Picks - July 24th
- 07Stage 16 Picks - July 23rd
- 08Stage 13 Picks - July 19th
- 09Stage 12 Picks - July 18th
- 10Stage 11 Picks - July 17th
- 11Stage 10 Picks - July 15th
- 12Stage 7 Picks - July 12th
- 13Stage 6 Picks - July 11th
- 14Stage 5 Picks - July 10th
- 15Stage 4 Picks - July 9th
- 16Stage 3 Picks - July 8th
- 17Stage 1 Picks - July 6th
- 18Tour de France King of The Mountains Odds and Picks
- 19Tour de France Betting Odds
- 20Earn Money with Tour de France Betting
- 21How Does the Tour de France Work
- 22All-Time Winners
Who will win the Tour de France 2019?
One week into the Tour de France, Geraint Thomas has moved back to the top of the overall winner odds (on most online sportsbooks) and back into the best pick to make to win the 2019 Tour de France.
Thomas gained ground in Stage 6, closing in on the leader and passing Egan Bernal in the process. The reigning champ is a great climber and with plenty more mountain stages to come, he can gain time over his biggest competition.
Before the Tour started, health was a question, but roughly 1000kms into the race, Thomas looks as good as he did when he took over for Team Sky after Froome went down last year.
As long as the team keeps pulling for him, which seems to be the case now that he has passed Bernal in time, he is the best bet to win the 2019 Tour de France.
Stage 21 Picks - July 28th
Although the final stage of the Tour de France rarely impacts the overall winner, many riders (especially those from France) take great pride in the last leg.
Tour de France Stage 21 odds on the winner are a bit tricky to unfurl, but there are some prop bets to make on the last stage.
Ending with a sprint in Paris, the final stage is almost always one of the closest finishes of the Tour. Barring a huge pile up in the peloton, the winner of the final stage will be by less than one second.
See how close Stage 21 ended in 2018 before making your bet!
Stage 20 Picks - July 27th
Ending with the toughest climb of the entire 2019 Tour de France, Stage 20 will play the greatest role in determining the general classification winner. Because of this, based on Tour de France Stage odds, the best bet to make to win Stage 20 is Egan Bernal.
Bernal has been waiting to make a move and push the few riders challenging him for the Yellow Jersey. This stage is where he can attack and force others into a situation favourable for him.
He has proven he is a good climber in other events and with Geraint Thomas mild inconsistencies throughout the Tour, his team will work hard to get Bernal in a position to win the Stage and potentially the Tour.
See Stage 20 below before you bet on the penultimate stage of the 2019 Tour de France.
Stage 19 Picks - July 26th
Tour de France Stage 19 betting odds have the riders with the best chances of winning the overall event as the favourites. Looking at the options, our pick to take the stage is Thibaut Pinot.
Pinot has a realistic chance of winning the Tour, but to do so he will need to go all out on the climbs in Stage 19. So far throughout the first 18 rounds, Pinot has shown he is capable of beating other favourites on the climbs to gain time.
Look for him to close the gap on Friday and make for an exciting Stage 20 on Saturday.
One of the best pics from the Tour de France, with Stage 18 winner Nairo Quintana alone at the front in the beautiful Alps.
Stage 18 Picks - July 25th
After his success in the Alps last year, our pick to win Stage 18 of the 2019 Tour de France is Geraint Thomas. Tour de France Stage 18 odds have Thomas amongst the best climbers to win on Thursday.
Thomas excelled in the Alps last year, which is arguably the reason why he was able to take the lead after teammate Chris Froome crashed and win the overall Tour.
With only four stages left and less than two minutes between him and the Yellow Jersey, look for Thomas to make a push in Stage 18 to win the stage.
Check out the highlights from Stage 17 and see how each rider fared at the start of the climbing stages.
Stage 17 Picks - July 24th
Serving as a warm-up to the big climbs of Stages 18, 19 and 20, Tour de France Stage 17 odds mixture of climbers and puncheurs as the favourites.
As this climb is not quite as valuable as the next stages, we are going with underdog Daryl Impey to win.
Impey is an all-around rider, capable of dealing with the diversity in Stage 17. The main climb is overly steep and comes after 70kms of flat riding.
The flat finish will also help Impey, as he will have a chance to outsprint the mix of climbers and attackers likely in the mix come the final kilometre.
Geraint Thomas should be fine for Stage 17 after a small crash.
Stage 16 Picks - July 23rd
As the last flat before the final sprints on July 28, Tour de France Stage 16 betting odds have all the major sprinters as the favourites to win after the rest day on Monday. With Stage 15 seeing some shakeups in the standings, Stage 16 is offering bettors a good chance to pick someone outside leaders to win.
Our pick to take Stage 16 of the 2019 Tour de France is Dylan Groenewegen. Groenewegen is the perfect rider to win a nice flat stage after a rest day. He has kept pace in most sprints (and sits tenth in points) and should finally have a chance to make a break for a win in Stage 16.
Can Julian Alaphilippe recover after this and keep the Yellow Jersey?
Stage 13 Picks - July 19th
The Tour de France dishes up its only individual time trial on Friday. The Tour de France Stage 13 betting odds see the favourites to the ITT as the same riders with the best odds of winning the overall general classification.
Many online sportsbooks are opening Wout van Aert as the favourite with Geraint Thomas as the next option. The value on Thomas is worth wagering over van Aert.
Thomas finished third in the ITT last year, 14 seconds behind winner Tom Dumoulin and 13 seconds behind Chris Froome. Both riders he lost last year are not in this year's race.
Their absence gives him a great chance at winning on Friday, as he finished at least 36 seconds ahead of every other rider last year.
Team Ineos continues to impress at this year's Tour de France.
Stage 12 Picks - July 18th
As one of the most diverse stages this year, Tour de France Stage 12 odds have a mixture of riders (from different teams and different styles) with a chance at winning.
Looking at the options and considering the teams and the climb (which comes 130kms into the race), our pick to win is Warren Barguil.
With the King of the Mountain classification still within his reach, Barguil needs a good showing on Stage 12. Barguil won two mountain stages at the 2017 Tour de France (leading to an overall Mountain Classification win).
He did not win any stages last year but is still regarded as one of the best climbers on the Tour. With the odds available on Barguil, he is worth wagering to win Stage 12.
See Barguil hold off the competition for his first career Tour de France Stage win in 2017.
Stage 11 Picks - July 17th
After the first rest day, 2019 Tour de France betting odds resume on Wednesday as the riders hit the midway point of the event. Stage 11 offers gentle hills, and at only 167kms, the stage should see sprinters push the pace harder than they have in some previous stages.
This stage is the last sprint before reaching the Pyrenees, meaning Tour de France Stage 11 odds once again have the best sprinters as the favourites.
After watching a very close finish in Stage 10, Elia Viviani is our pick to win Stage 11. Viviani lost by a fraction Wort van Aert (who has made a name for himself on this year's Tour).
Viviani has been reliable this year. He won Stage 4 and currently ranks third in points. He should use the day off well to recover and position himself to be in contention when the sprint starts at the end of Stage 11.
A win on Wednesday will also improve his Tour de France Green Jersey odds.
See how close Viviani came to winning his second Stage at the 2019 Tour de France.
Stage 10 Picks - July 15th
With a day off after Stage 10, riders of different skillsets will push each other extra to try and gain time and points before the first rest day. The Stage, categorized by four hills that break up the flat stretches, is open for sprinters and puncheurs to win.
Tour de France betting odds on Stage 10 have a bunch of sprinters (and points specialists) as the favourites.
Of the top options, we are going with Caleb Ewan to win this stage. Ewan should have little trouble with the hills earlier to the race, setting him up to have a position (and plenty of energy) when the peloton forms.
He can push the pace then, forcing the sprinters who struggled with the hills to tire before the final sprint.
Relive Ewan's close finish at Stage 7 of the 2019 Tour de France.
Stage 7 Picks - July 12th
Stage 7 of the 2019 Tour de France is the longest of the 21 stages this year. The stage ending in a sprint is offering some great Tour de France odds on a few different riders.
Our pick to win is Alexander Kristoff. When the Tour did a similar stage, ending in Chalon-sur Saone, Kirstoffs narrowly lost. This year, with odds available. the sprinter (who has won three individual stages at the Tour de France in his career) is worth betting will win another on Friday.
What a finish on at the end of the Stage 6 climb. Relive all the glory and intensity in the video below.
🤩 A stage they will remember. 🤩— Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 11, 2019
⏪ Relive Stage 6 and its terrible last kilometre from inside the peloton.
🤩 Une étape qui laissera des traces 🤩
⏪ Revivez l'Etape 6 du #TDF2019 et son terrible dernier kilomètre au coeur du peloton. pic.twitter.com/AmWDoHSgob
Stage 6 Picks - July 11th
As the first mountain stage at the 2019 Tour de France, Stage 6 sees a shakeup in the betting favourites and could see some changes in who is wearing what jersey at the start of Stage 7.
One of the best riders to bet on to make noise in Stage 7 (and maybe join the top-ten in the General Classification standings) is Thibaut Pinot.
Pinot is a strong climber, having won 2 mountain stages at previous Tour de France (plus finished third overall in 2014).
He has extra motivation too as this route takes him through his home village. He will get pushed in this stage as other riders try to make up time, but he is in good a position with his team to win on Thursday
Some are saying Stage 6 is the hardest climb on the Tour this year.
Stage 5 Picks - July 10th
Although Stage 5 of the 2019 Tour de France is more hilly than Stage 4, betting odds still have sprinters as the favourites to win on Wednesday. Looking at the odds, the man who finished third on Tuesday is a worthy wager to win Stage 5.
Caleb Ewan had a great showing on Tuesday to finish third (and finish one spot ahead of our pick to win Peter Sagan).
As one of the smallest riders on the Tour, Ewan can use his size to his advantage, to save energy on the climbs to attack and pull ahead during the sprint at the end.
Just how close was Tuesday's finish, see for yourself below.
Stage 4 Picks - July 9th
After finishing less than a second away from a victory in Stage 1, Tour de France betting odds have Peter Sagan as the one of the favourites to win Stage 4 at the 209 Tour de France.
Sagan is one of the best sprinters at the 2019 Tour de France. He won the 2018 points classification by picking up multiple wins on flat stages, As there are not as many flat stages at this year's event, Sagan will put in extra effort to win the few there are.
Our pick to win Stage 3 turned out correct as Julian Alaphilippe won and will wear the Yellow Jersey in Stage 4.
Nothing could match 🇫🇷 Julian Alaphilippe's appetite for victory. The Yellow Jersey switches shoulders today! 💛— Tour de France™ (@LeTour) July 8, 2019
La rage de vaincre de 🇫🇷 @alafpolak1 , et le Maillot Jaune qui change d'épaules ce soir à Epernay ! 💛
🎬 C'est la minute @MaillotjauneLCL de l'Etape 3 du #TDF2019. pic.twitter.com/ho8WZY26Y0
Stage 3 Picks - July 8th
As the Tour crosses the border from Belgium into France, riders can expect a hillier stage with puncheurs having the best Tour de France betting odds of winning.
Mike Teunissen is leading after two stages, he is not the best option to keep the Yellow Jersey after stage 3.
Although stage 3 is not an official mountain stage, Julian Alaphilippe (the rider with the best odds of winning the Man of the Mountain) is a good bet to win this stage.
Few puncheurs in this year's race have the skills of Alaphilippe. He should separate himself from the competition in this stage and pick up some time for his team.
Stage 2 Tour de France Recap
Stage 1 Picks - July 6th
The 2019 Tour de France starts with a general flat run which will have minimal impact on who will wear the Yellow Jersey at the end of stage 21.
These types of early stages are often won by sprinters with enough puncheur skills to deal with brief sections of hills.
While, the winner of the first stage rarely does win the overall classification, winning the first stage is important for riders looking to win the points classification.
Last year's winner of the first stage, Fernando Gaviria, is set to miss this year's race.
His absence opens the door for Peter Sagan to take the first stage, setting him up to lead in points wire to wire (last year Sagan lead in points from stage 2 to stage 21).
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 then 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 the best Tour de France picks to win Mountain stages and the overall Mountain classification.
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.
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.
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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.
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Which Sportsbooks 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, 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.
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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 on 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.
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.
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.
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.
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 stage.
21 days of racing culminates on July 28 on the Champs-Elysees in Paris which has been 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).
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:
|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|
List of Tour de France Winners
|Year||Tour de France Champions|
|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)|