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Tour de France Odds - 2017 Triple Crown Cycling Odds

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Tour De France Cycling OddsWhen: July 1 - 23, 2017

Where: Northern Manche, France

Defending Champion: Chris Froome

The Tour De France is a world famous bike race that lasts for three weeks and involves more than 2,100 miles so there are always plenty of opportunities for betting along the way - whether ante-post betting or in-running betting. The race itself is broken up into stages and you can bet on the winner of each stage, with the winner of a stage given the 'yellow jersey'.

Welcome to Gamblers Palace, where you can find the top sportsbooks in the industry, with the best outright odds for the Tour de France, latest odds for the yellow jersey, King of the Mountains and stage winner.

The 2017 Tour de France will be the 104th edition, that will start in Düsseldorf on 1 July, and will have only four mountain-top finishes but they include the super-steep climb to La Planche des Belles Filles in the Vosges.

The Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a Espana are considered the Triple Crown of cycling. Only two riders in history have won the Triple Crown, Eddy Merckx in 1974 and Stephen Roche in 1987.

Below you can check the Tour De France odds, see Tour De France tips and find great Tour De France sign up bonuses and sports betting articles, relating to Tour De France betting.

2017 Tour de France Schedule, Route, and Dates

These stages have the following profiles:

  • 9 flat stages
  • 3 hilly stages
  • 7 mountain stages
  • 1 individual time-trial stages
  • 1 team time trial stage
  • 2 rest days

Tour De France Stages

STAGE TYPE DATE START AND FINISH DISTANCE
1 Individual time trial Saturday, July 1st Düsseldorf / Düsseldorf 14 km
2 Flat Sunday, July 2nd Düsseldorf / Liège 203.5 km
3 Hilly Monday, July 3rd Verviers / Longwy 212.5 km
4 Flat Tuesday, July 4th Mondorf-les-Bains / Vittel 207.5 km
5 Hilly Wednesday, July 5th Vittel / La planche des belles filles 160.5 km
6 Flat Thursday, July 6th Vesoul / Troyes 216 km
7 Flat Friday, July 7th Troyes / Nuits-Saint-Georges 213.5 km
8 Hilly Saturday, July 8th Dole / Station des rousses 187.5 km
9 Mountain Sunday, July 9th Nantua / Chambéry 181.5 km
- Rest day Monday, July 10th Dordogne
10 Flat Tuesday, July 11th Périgueux / Bergerac 178 km
11 Flat Wednesday, July 12th Eymet / Pau 203.5 km
12 Mountain Thursday, July 13th Pau / Peyragudes 214.5 km
13 Mountain Friday, July 14th Saint-Girons / Foix 101 km
14 Hilly Saturday, July 15th Blagnac / Rodez 181.5 km
15 Hilly Sunday, July 16th Laissac-Sévérac l'Église / Le Puy-en-Velay 189.5 km
- Rest day Monday, July 17th Le Puy-en-Velay
16 Flat Tuesday, July 18th Le Puy-en-Velay / Romans-sur-Isère 165 km
17 Mountain Wednesday, July 19th La Mure / Serre-Chevalier 183 km
18 Mountain Thursday, July 20th Briançon / Izoard 179.5 km
19 Flat Friday, July 21st Embrun / Salon-de-Provence 222.5 km
20 Individual time trial Saturday, July 22nd Marseille / Marseille 22.5 km
21 Flat Sunday, July 23rd Montgeron / Paris Champs-Élysées 103 km

Tour De France Yellow Jersey Facts

Bet Tour De France Cycling linesThe maillot jaune (yellow jersey), which is worn by the general classification or (overall time) leader, is the most prized. It is awarded by calculating the total combined race time up to that point for each rider. The rider with the lowest total time is the leader, and at the end of the event is declared the overall winner of the Tour.

As of 2005, the first 3 places to finish are awarded bonuses of 20, 12, and 8 seconds respectively, while the first 3 places at intermediate sprints are awarded 6, 4, and 2 seconds. However, these bonuses are rarely significant enough to cause major upset in the classement géneral (General Classification).

Sometimes a rider takes the overall lead during a stage and gets sufficiently far ahead of the yellow jersey wearer his current lead is greater than his time deficit to the yellow jersey in the general classification, when this happens, this rider may be referred to as being "the yellow jersey on the road". Obviously, no jerseys can be exchanged in this situation, which is why in some other languages the leading rider is referred to as the "virtual yellow".

Bet Tour de France Yellow Jeersey Odds Today

Bet Tour De France Cycling OddsBetting the Tour de France with bookmaker.eu is a terrific way to increase your enjoyment of the most famous event on the international cycling calendar.

Hard though it is to believe, 'Le Tour' as its fans like to call it, started out as a marketing exercise for a French newspaper. Maurice Garin won the inaugural Tour de France in 1903 but fell from grace a year later when Le Tour organizers disqualified him for taking a train through part of the route.

The first competitors would not recognize the race today. No longer are competitors expected to ride through the night but the route is much longer in distance and much tougher in terrain.

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Tour de France 2015 Results

Chris Froome Cruises to His Second Tour de France Victory.

Froome’s second Tour win was closer than his first, even as he demonstrated his superiority in becoming the first overall winner since Eddy Merckx in 1970 to also win the best-climber competition (the polka-dot jersey awarded to that rider was not introduced until 1975, but the competition predates the jersey).

Froome held the yellow jersey on Stage 4, then regained it from Stage 7 onward after briefly losing it to Tony Martin. His signature attack was a furious climb up La Pierre-St. Martin on Stage 10, during which he opened his lead from 12 seconds to 2:52 over Tejay Van Garderen.

From that point onward, Froome was a marked man, but any attacks against him fell short.

Tour de France 2014 Results

Vincenzo Nibali emerged Sunday as the first Italian winner of the Tour de France in 16 years after a race defined by inclement weather and painful eliminations of other favorites.

Nibali, 29, who rides for Astana, did not cruise to a win by default. He won four stages of the Tour, including one in each of the three mountain ranges the Tour traversed this year: the Vosges, the Alps and the Pyrenees. All of the wins were decisive.

Nibali also wore the yellow jersey as the race leader for 19 of the 21 stages.

Tour de France 2013 Results

Chris Froome won three stages of the Tour de France on his way to becoming the second British rider to triumph in the most prestigious stage race in cycling.

The 28-year-old Team Sky rider took the race leader's yellow jersey by winning stage eight's mountain-top finish at Ax 3 Domaines and kept it all the way to the finish in Paris.

Froome's achievement matched that of his Team Sky team-mate Sir Bradley Wiggins, who won the 2012 race.

Tour de France 2012 Results

Bradley Wiggins is the first Brit and the 99th rider to win the Tour de France - completing the 3,497km (2,173 mile) race over 20 stages. The 32-year-old from gritty northwest London became Britain's first winner of cycling's greatest race, ending a 75-year drought for his country with an imperial conquest of the roads in cross-Channel neighbor France.

Wiggins, finished with a winning margin of three minutes and 21 seconds after ending Sunday's race around the streets of Paris in the peloton.

Fellow Brit and Team Sky team-mate Chris Froome consolidated second place with Italy's Vincenzo Nibali third.

Tour de France 2011 Results

Alberto Contador Tour De France 2011Alberto Contador stood atop the podium at the Tour de France on Sunday for the third time in four years, struggling to rein in his emotions as Spain's national anthem echoed across the wide boulevard of the Champs-Elysees.

Off to one side, Lance Armstrong applauded and then, without much fanfare, headed toward the exit. "I need a cold beer," he said when asked his thoughts at the finish line. Rarely has the emergence of a sport's newest superstar dovetailed so neatly with the departure of the last one.

Contador held off a next-to-last day challenge from Andy Schleckof Luxembourg, his runner-up for a second consecutive year, draining much of the drama from the 20th and final stage. Denis Menchov of Russia was third overall.

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