Tour de France New Betting Markets Formed

Due to the fact that Chris Froome will be lining up with the other riders to take part in this year’s Tour de France, most betting sites have been scrambling to update their betting markets to take into account that he will be taking part in that major cycling race.

Therefore if you have been putting off betting on it, then you really do need to now turn your attention to trying to figure out whether he is going to win it or any of the other riders will come out on top.

There are plenty of betting sites that now have live betting markets in place, and if you cannot look any further than Chris Froome and are convinced he will win this event then you should be mopping up the 13/8 odds you can get on him doing so.

But as is always the way in these types of cycling events, all other competitors do have a chance of winning it, and below I will be giving you an insight into just which other riders do have a chance of doing so and will be revealing to you some of the very best odds that you can get on each of those other riders too, and there are certainly plenty of them to pick from!

Most Likely Winners

If you think Froome is not going to win this year’s Tour e France then the other riders that may just go on to possibly win include the licks of Richie Porte at 4/1 and Nairo Quintana at 7/1, and they are the second and third favourites to win.

Those riders that are next to be found on the betting boards include Mikel Landa at 9/1, Vincenzo Nibali at 10/1 and you can also secure 10/1 win odds on Tom Dumoulin winning this event if you think he is likely to!

Least Likely Winners

There are loads of riders that are on offer at odds of over 25/1, however I do not think any of them have any realistic chance of winning the Tour de France, but those riders that have odds of that do give them an ever so slight chance of winning include the likes of Romain Bardet, Primoz Roglic and Adam Yates who are all on offer at odds of 16/1

There are a couple of riders who can be bet on at odds of 20/1 and they are Geraint Thomas and Jakob Fuglsang who are attracing small amounts of cash on the betting markets currently.

Out of all of the remaining riders taking part in this major cycling events that could have a chance of coming out on top and winning are Rigoberto Uran and Alejandro Valverde, and if you are avid follower and fan of either of those two riders, who do to be fair have some decent form behind them, then the best odd you can secure on them at this stage in the game are 25/1, bust shop around just in case a betting hops so offering higher odds!