Tour De France 2023 Betting Sites, Offers and Odds

The 2023 Tour de France will start on Saturday July 1st, with the opening stage of the tour setting off from Bilbao, Spain.

On Sunday July 23rd, the race will come to its traditional end, up the Champs-Elysees in Paris, to crown the winner.

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Tour de France Odds 2023

Here are the latest betting odds for the 2023 Tour de France.

  • Jonas Vingegaard 1/1
  • Tadej Pogacar 6/4
  • Jai Hindley 16/1
  • Enric Mas Nicolau 33/1
  • David Gaudu 50/1
  • Mattias Skjelmose 50/1
  • Richard Carapaz 50/1
  • Adam Yates 50/1

Who are the favourites for the 2023 Tour de France?

We’ve got two riders at the head of the betting for the 2023 Tour de France, and they are the only two riders who are in single figures in the betting.

Jonas Vingegaard is the favourite, generally priced up at evens (1/1) to win the tour.

Right behind him, and not too far off, is Tadej Pogacar, who is priced up at 6/4 to win the tour.

Tour de France Betting Markets

Winner Odds

The most popular of all the Tour de France betting options is the main winner market. Here, you are betting on which rider will win the general classification at the end of the 21 stages. The market will shift during the three weeks of competition with the Tour de France odds reflecting the current state of affairs and how riders are expected to fare in the upcoming stage.

Top 3 & Top 10 Odds

You can also profit from the general classification include the Top 3 and Top 10 betting markets. These are best used for riders who have a strong team and should go well but lack that little bit extra it takes to win the yellow jersey.

Points Classification Odds

Another popular betting option is on the winner of the points classification. This is the secondary competition of the Tour in which the best sprinters earn points from high finishes and winning sprints with the leader wearing the green jersey.

Other Odds

There are similar betting markets for the young rider classification which is awarded to the best rider aged under 25 and for the King of the Mountains who is awarded the polka dot jersey.

The best online bookmakers also have a host of daily betting markets for the Tour such as the stage winner market.

How to Bet on the Tour de France

If you are serious about ending the upcoming three weeks in profit it will require a much more considered approach than simply backing your favourite rider in the Tour de France winner odds.

The Tour de France really is a team event and it is vital to assess the strength of a team before backing a rider in any of the markets involving individual awards. The particular strengths of a team are also well worth considering if you’re betting on individual stage winners. A team’s quality is most tested on the most challenging mountain stages and that’s an area of real opportunity for switched on punters.

As with any top-level sport, form is always an important consideration for your Tour de France betting. Performances in the other Grand Tours – the Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a España – are useful indicators for success as are any strong performances over the last two months.

The final thing to note is the importance of fitness. The Tour de France is one of the most physically demanding events in all of sport. Whilst every rider will need to be patched up at times and fight through the pain, those short of fitness or battling injury concerns are at a distinct disadvantage.

When & Where is Tour de France 2023?

The Tour de France will begin on Saturday 1st July and end on Sunday 23rd July.

This year, the tour will begin in Bilbao, Spain, and end as it always does, in Paris, France.

Recent Tour de France Winners

2022Jonas VingegaardTeam Jumbo-Visma
2021Tadej PogacarUAE Team Emirates
2020Tadej PogacarUAE Team Emirates
2019Egan BernalTeam Ineos
2018Geraint ThomasTeam Sky

Tour de France Live Streaming

If you’re wondering what channel is the Tour de France on the wonder no more. Eurosport hold the broadcast rights for the Tour once again so will cover all of the action on TV and via their online streaming service. Therefore, the best way for British cycling fans to watch Tour de France live online is via Eurosport’s streaming service.

ITV Sport will also provide a Tour de France live stream through the ITV hub as well as producing their top class highlights package in the evening if you are unable to catch the racing live. The bookmakers don’t currently have the rights to produce any Tour de France stream options but that will hopefully change in the years to come.

Tour de France FAQs

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What does general classification mean?

If you watch a Tour de France live stream you'll hear the phrase 'general classification' a lot. Simply put, it is the Tour's main competition, ranking the riders by their overall time for the race so far. At the end, the man with the quickest time wins the Tour de France.

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What do the different jerseys mean in the Tour de France?

The awarding of different jerseys is one of the great traditions of the Tour de France. The most well known is the yellow jersey (or maillot jaune) worn by the leader of the general classification. The others are green jersey which goes to the leader of the sprinters' points classification; the polka dot jersey which goes to the King of the Mountains and the white jersey which goes to the fastest rider under the age of 25.

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What is the prize money like in the Tour de France?

The riders in the Tour de France are professional athletes and can win a fair amount of money during their careers. There's a total prize pool of around £2 million available which is split among the riders for various achievements with half a million euros awarded to the winner.

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What happened to Team Sky?

Team Sky had huge ambitions when they entered the world of cycling. They were initially laughed at by more established teams but have produced three different Tour de France winners - Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas - for six total wins. Sky decided to pull out of racing though and lead sponsorship of the team was taken over by British chemicals company, Ineos and thus were renamed Team Ineos even though key personnel remains largely the same.

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How long is the Tour de France?

The length of the race changes each year depending on the stages used, but the race is usually around 3,500km in length

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Who has the most Tour de France wins?

Four riders, Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain are all tied with 5 Tour de France wins.

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Is the Tour de France on TV?

Yes, if you are in the UK, you can watch the Tour de France live on ITV4 or Eurosport, who both hold rights to show the action.

Craig Jones

Craig Jones

Content Manager on Freebets. Experienced punter, from back street, smoke filled betting shops in the 2000s, to state of the art, dedicated betting apps of the 2020s. Covering the gambling industry with expert opinion and looking at the latest innovations.