The clock is ticking away regarding you securing the very best odds on just which riders you think have the skill and ability to win this year’s Tour de France, and with so many riders involved and taking part in that race it can be a daunting task trying to world out which of them will win it!
One thing you do need to be aware of is that it has just been announced that Chris Froome IS going to be taking part in that major cycling event this year, and he has now firmly become the favourite to win it.
The best odds you an currently get on him coming out on top and winning that race is 13/8, but I am expecting a flood of later money being placed on him with the announcement he is going to be riding in it so whatever you do, if you do think he will win it start placing your bets on him now.
It could be the case though that all of the events that have been surrounding him recently may have dinted his confidence, and if you think that will be the case then consider betting one some of the other riders listed below, as any of them could win this event, and at much bigger odds too!
Other Riders worth Betting On
You may have put together your own personal list of riders that you are convinced are going to do well in the Tour de France this year and if so let me give you a quick insight into which of the other cyclists are attracting a fair bit of support on the betting markets.
Richie Porte does look a rock solid bet currently at 4/1 and it would be foolish to overlook the chances of riders such as Nairo Quintana at 7/1 or even the very experienced and skilful Mikel Landa who win odds are now 9/1!
Depending on just which betting site you choose to bet at you will find you will get paid out on a fair number of positions on the each-way part of your bet, and with that in mind let me give you a quick run through of the riders that may just fill one of the top positions, and are therefore worth an each-way bet.
Romain Bardet and Primoz Roglic are both available at fairly decent odds of 16/1 as is Adam Yates and any of them could fill one of the top positions, but if you are looking for even higher odds then a couple of other riders to consider include the likes of Geraint Thomas and Jakob Fuglsang whose odds are both 20/1.
Whilst I cannot see any of the other riders winning this major cycling event, there are two more that are having a small amount of support on the betting markets, much more so via the each way betting markets and those riders are Rigoberto Uran and Alejandro Valverde whose odds are around the 25/1 mark!