Sportsbooks Present Perfect Opportunity To Shop Tour de France Odds

  • Primoz Roglic is the favorite to win the Tour de France at Bovada sportsbook at +200 odds.
  • The Tour de France will run from August 29-September 20.
  • Egan Bernal is listed at BetOnline with the shortest odds to win the Tour de France at +225.

PARIS, France —The 107th running of the Tour de France was originally scheduled to start on June 27th but due to the coronavirus pandemic in France, the race will now run from August 29 through September 20.

The annual 23-day race is one of cycling’s biggest events and this year’s Tour de France could potentially set records as one of the most bet on cycling events of all time.

COVID-19’s impact on the race will be felt as onlookers of the race will be few and far between. France has been one of the countries that have for the most part defeated the coronavirus pandemic but fans might be present during the race.

Shopping Tour de France Betting Lines

The 2020 Tour de France gives cycling bettors the huge advantage of being able to shop lines for the best return when selecting a winner.

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BetOnline lists last year’s Tour de France champion Egan Bernal as the favorite to win back-to-back titles at +225 odds.

Bovada, on the other hand, lists Primoz Roglic as the favorite to win the 107th running of the Tour de France at +200 odds. If betting on any two of these cyclists to win it’s best to choose the sportsbooks with the longer odds as it’ll result in a bigger return if the bet is successful.

Bovada Sportsbook Tour de France Odds

  • Primoz Roglic +200
  • Egan Bernal +225
  • Thibaut Pinot +550
  • Tom Dumoulin +550
  • Richard Carapaz +1200
  • Tadej Pogacar +1200
  • Emmanuel Buchmann +2500

BetOnline 2020 Tour de France Odds

  • Egan Bernal +225
  • Primoz Roglic +250
  • Tom Dumoulin +550
  • Thibaut Pinot +750
  • Tadej Pogacar +1000
  • Richard Carapaz +1100
  • Julian Alaphillippe +2000

Winner: Egan Bernal (+225). The Colombian Cyclist won last year’s Tour de France and is +225 odds to win the Tour a second time are well worth the risk. Bernal has struggled with a back issue coming into this race but it’s not enough to keep him out of the biggest cycling event of the year. The delay of the race has also allowed him more time to heal. While Roglic will be the biggest threat to Bernal’s back-to-back bid, Bernal has proven in a short time that he could become one of the most dominant cyclists on the Tour.

As bettors can see, there are other minor differences in betting odds at the two sportsbooks. The best way to maximize your potential profits on Tour de France betting is to not just shop lines with BetOnline or Bovada but other sportsbooks as well.

The Tour de France and all of its stages will be broadcasted by NBCSports.