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Tour de France Odds - 2018 Triple Crown Cycling Odds

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Tour De France Cycling OddsWhen: July 7 - 29, 2018

Where: Noirmoutier-en-l’île / Paris

Defending Champion: Chris Froome

As the clock ticks down to the start of the second grand tour of the season, the 3,351 kilometre or 2,082 miles race from Noirmoutier-en-l’île to Paris.

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'.

This year, the TDF will run from Saturday July 7th to Sunday July 29th, the 105th Tour de France is made up of 21 stages and teams will start with eight riders, one fewer than in previous years, following a rule change introduced by the International Cycling Union.

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.

Who are the favourites to win the 2018 Tour de France?

Which riders will shine bright this season and who could potentially fall by the wayside. The race is 21 days long and, as we’ve seen countless times before, anything can happen. There are crashes, meltdowns and heroic efforts that can turn the race upside down. In other words, anything can happen with the Tour de France, and guessing who will make the podium in Paris is never easy.

Good thing for you, our top handicappers have provided some insight and a preview on this years 2018 Tour de France.

Preview: Since the disgraced Lance Armstrong had his seven consecutive titles removed the sport has been more about court rooms and law enforcement than actual action on the courses. In fact, since Armstrong’s first stripped title of 1999 there have been a total of nine erased championships. Floyd Landis and Alberto Contador joined Armstrong in the Hall of Infamy and Dishonor. But now there is a new candidate for humiliation and out casting. Chris Froome is the defending champion that has four Tour de France titles including three in a row. But now he is in the headlines for all of the wrong reasons. And until his likely presence is confirmed oddsmakers have nothing posted on the board. Continue

2018 Tour De France Stages

Stage Date Start/Finish Distance
1 Saturday, July 7 Noirmoutier-en-l’Île to Fontenay-le-Comte 201km
2 Sunday, July 8 Mouilleron-Saint-Germain to La Roche-sur-Yon 182.5km
3 Monday, July 9 Cholet to Cholet 35.5km (TTT)
4 Tuesday, July 10 La Baule to Sarzeau 195km
5 Wednesday, July 11 Lorient to Quimper 204.5km
6 Thursday, July 12 Brest to Mûr de Bretagne 181km
7 Friday, July 13 Fougères to Chartres 231km
8 Saturday, July 14 Dreux to Amiens 181km
9 Sunday, July 15 Arras to Roubaix 156.4km
Rest Day Monday, July 16 Annecy
10 Tuesday, July 17 Annecy to Le Grand-Bornand 158.5km
11 Wednesday, July 18 Albertville to La Rosière 108.5km
12 Thursday, July 19 Bourg-Saint-Maurice to Alpe d’Huez 175.5km
13 Friday, July 20 Bourg d’Oisans to Valence 169.5km
14 Saturday, July 21 Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteuax to Mende 188km
15 Sunday, July 22 Millau to Carcassonne 181.5km
Rest Day Monday, July 23 Carcassonne
16 Tuesday, July 24 Carcassonne to Bagnères-de-Luchon 218km
17 Wednesday, July 25 Bagnères-de-Luchon to Saint-Lary-Soulan/Col-du-Portet 65km
18 Thursday, July 26 Trie-sur-Baïse to Pau 171km
19 Friday, July 27 Lourdes to Laruns 200.5km
20 Saturday, July 28 Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle to Espelette 31km (ITT)
21 Sunday, July 29 Houilles to Paris 116km

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".

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With the Tour de France 2018 route having been announced with a return for Alpe d’Huez and the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix, onine sports betting sites are releasing Tour de France cycling odds on who do you think is going to win and make the podium.

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Tour de France 2017 Results

Chris Froome Cruises to his 4th Tour de France Victory.

Chris Froome, took home his fourth Tour de France title in five years. In the history of cycling, only four riders have won more, Miguel Indurain, Bernard Hinault, Eddy Merckx, and Jacques Anquetil. Froome is also one of five riders to ever win three consecutively, joining Louison Bobet, Indurain, Merckx, and Anquetil.

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