The bookmakers offering the best Tour de France betting odds

Get your helmets and your Lycra gear ready because the Tour de France is here!

The most famous grand tour in cycling hosts 21 stages over 23 days in June and July. The route changes annually but three key elements remains the same:

  • Time trials
  • The passage through the Pyrenees and the Alps
  • The final ride on the Champs-Élysées in Paris

Over 2000 miles are covered during the Tour de France but who’s likely to win the coveted Yellow Jersey?

Chris Froome – 6/4 with Ladbrokes

The four-time champion was aiming for a joint-record fifth title in 2018 but his run didn’t go to plan and he could only manage a 3rd place finish. He’s many people’s favourite to add a bit more yellow to his collection of jerseys.

Geraint Thomas – 3/1 with Unibet

Froome’s team-mate Geraint Thomas won the Tour de France last year with an impressive run. He’s one of the favourites this year but it won’t be easy.

Tom Dumoulin – 5/1 with Betfair

The Dutch cyclist is a time-trial specialist and that’ll stand him in good stead this year. He became the first male Dutch rider to win the Giro d’Italia in 2017 and finished 2nd in 2018. He finished runner up in last year’s Tour de France as well so he’ll want to improve on his performance in 2019.

Richie Porte – 14/1 with Royal Panda

Australia’s Richie Porte is no stranger to winning French road races, with two Paris-Nice titles in 2013 and 2015. He won the TTT stage of Le Tour in 2018 so he’ll have a lot more to do if he wants to win the overall classification. But he’s not far off the top few.

Nairo Quintana – 18/1 with 888

Where the others have shown expertise in time trials, Quintana excels in the climb. The Colombian has won the Giro d’Italia in 2014, Vuelta a España in 2016, and a number of different stages and classifications in the Tour de France between 2012 and 2018. But can he finally win the overall classification this year?

The Tour de France will start in Brussels on 6th June in honour of the Belgian cyclist and five-time champ Eddy Merckx. From there, the race will go through France’s east coast mountain range, on the flats before another altitude stage in Briounde, then into Toulouse for another mountain passage. Then the finale in Paris where someone will ride through as champion. But will it be a first-timer like Porte or Quintana, or a decorated rider like Chris Froome?

Put your money where your mouth is and select one of the bookmakers with the best betting odds for Tour de France 2019 to place a bet.

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