Tour de France

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Tour de France Betting Odds

The Tour de France will be back in 2022 as some of the world’s best endurance athletes grind through the 23-day, 21-stage event. And as Tadej Pogačar seeks to become the first three-peat champion since Chris Froome won three straight titles (2015-2017), you have more Tour de France betting opportunities than ever.

One year after the race was postponed until late August, it didn’t return to a July start date in 2021, though the new start date, June 26, was only marginally different from past years. With the postponement of the 2020 Summer Olympics to August 2021, the Tour de France moved the start date up one week to avoid conflicting with the Olympics.

The adjusted start date and starting location – from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Brest, France – didn’t affect the 22-year-old Pogačar’s betting odds of becoming the second back-to-back champion in the last five years (Chris Froome, 2015-17). Pogačar, the first-ever Slovenian winner and the youngest Tour de France winner in more than a century, sat among the favorites, along with his countryman, Primož Roglič. And Pogačar rewarded his bettors with a successful title defense.

Whether you like Pogačar to race well again in 2022, an underdog like Peter Sagan to contend, or Froome to reclaim his title, check out Tour de France odds at BetMGM.

Live Betting

Tour de France live betting takes the thrill of cycling to another level. 

While you’re watching a grueling mountain stage on TV, streaming a time trial on your computer, or tracking riders online, you can place live bets on the Tour de France. Live sports betting is one of the most unique forms of online sports betting and will add more excitement to the 2022 race.

More Cycling Odds

The Tour de France is just one race on the UCI World Tour, so whether you’re new to cycling betting or an enthusiast, you can bet on cycling throughout the year.

Check out cycling odds and place your bet online as the world’s best riders compete in Germany, France, Canada, and other locations around the globe.


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