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Tour de France tips on OLBG

Tips are added for the race by OLBG members, betting is available from the bookmakers as soon as the teams and individual riders are known.

Tour de France tips are not plentiful, but we have a few Cycling experts whose tips are always worth noting. Their tipping comments underneath their tip showcase their knowledge of Cycling.

To follow a Tour de France tip recommendation with your bet just click the “add to betslip”.

The bookmakers have cottoned on to the fact that punters like a Tour de France bet and offer a range of markets on the outright race, team winners, and individual classifications.

For further information on the Tour de France please visit the official Tour de France website.

Tour de France Format

The Tour de France is the premier cycling race in the world. First held in 1903 the race takes place annually in July and lasts around 3 weeks.

The race crisscrosses France predominately, with the cyclists competing over an eye-watering distance of around 3500 km (2200 miles).

The format of the race sees the rider’s times compounded at each of the 21 stages, with the race leader wearing a yellow jersey.

There are mini competitions within the race, called classifications and a different coloured jersey is worn by the leaders of these different classifications. 

A green jersey is worn by the leader of the points classification, a polka dot jersey is worn by the leader of the mountains classification, and a white jersey is worn by the rider in 1st place in the young rider classification.

The race finishes at the Champs Elysees in Paris normally on the last Sunday, in most cases, the winner has built up such a lead that he is uncatchable during the final stage, the stage becomes a victory ride for the yellow jersey wearer.

The TdF2024 Route

129-JunFlorence to Rimini (Italy)206 km (128 mi)
230-JunCesenatico to Bologna (Italy)200 km (120 mi)
301-JulPiacenza to Turin (Italy)229 km (142 mi)
402-JulPinerolo (Italy) to Valloire138 km (86 mi)
503-JulSaint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Saint-Vulbas177 km (110 mi)
604-JulMâcon to Dijon163 km (101 mi)
705-JulNuits-Saint-Georges to Gevrey-Chambertin25 km (16 mi)
806-JulSemur-en-Auxois to Colombey-les-Deux-Églises176 km (109 mi)
907-JulTroyes to Troyes199 km (124 mi)

08-JulOrléansRest day
1009-JulOrléans to Saint-Amand-Montrond187 km (116 mi)
1110-JulÉvaux-les-Bains to Le Lioran211 km (131 mi)
1211-JulAurillac to Villeneuve-sur-Lot204 km (127 mi)
1312-JulAgen to Pau171 km (106 mi)
1413-JulPau to Saint-Lary-Soulan (Pla d'Adet)152 km (94 mi)
1514-JulLoudenvielle to Plateau de Beille198 km (123 mi)

15-JulGruissanRest day
1616-JulGruissan to Nîmes187 km (116 mi)
1717-JulSaint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux to SuperDévoluy178 km (111 mi)
1818-JulGap to Barcelonnette179 km (111 mi)
1919-JulEmbrun to Isola 2000145 km (90 mi)
2020-JulNice to Col de la Couillole133 km (83 mi)
2121-JulMonaco to Nice34 km (21 mi)
Total:3,492 km (2,170 mi)

Tour de France Winners

The race has been mired in controversy with doping a constant issue. In 2010 Albert Contador won the overall classification but his victory was later overturned after failing a later doping test, Contador was stripped of his title and the new winner was Andy Schleck.

Chris Froome the winning most riders in recent years endured negative headlines about an asthma drug he took, although he and his team defended themselves vigorously, and all investigations were closed.

British riders have done incredibly well in the Tour de France in recent years, due in part to the professionalism and organisation of Team Sky. They have raised the bar (handlebar) at the Tour de France, with other teams playing catch up.

Four riders have the most Tour De France wins (5) a testament to their brilliance on a bike.

Last Ten Tour de France Winners

Tour YearWinnerNationality
2023Jonas Vingegaard
2022Jonas VingegaardDenmark
2021Tadej PogačarSlovenian
2020Tadej PogačarSlovenian
2019Egan BernalColombian
2018Geraint ThomasGreat Britain
2017Chris FroomeGreat Britain
2016Chris FroomeGreat Britain
2015Chris FroomeGreat Britain
2014Vincenzo NibaliItaly

Most Wins in the Tour de France

Tour YearsWinnerNationality
1978,1979,1981,1982,1985Bernard HinaultFrance
1969,1970,1971,1972,1974Eddy MerckxBelgium
1957,1961,1962,1963,1964Jacques AnquetilFrance
1991,1992,1993,1994,1995Miguel IndurainSpain

The Tour de France content on OLBG has been created and maintained by Andy Powell who through the creation of the content and developed a understanding of the sport.

Andy Powell

Andy Powell

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With a keen eye on the cycling world, Andy provides in-depth analysis, race previews, and comprehensive coverage of cycling events. Andy's contributions establish OLBG as a premier destination for cycling enthusiasts seeking insights and comprehensive coverage.

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