Tour De France 2021 Enhanced Odds

Tour De France 2021
Betting Odds & Offers

Sport: Cycling
Starts: 29th Aug 2021
Ends: 20th Sep 2021
Location: France
Official website:

Who will win the Tour de France? At our last check the favourites are:

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Have a look at the previous winners below, and the event details section above as it will give you the Tour 2020 dates, location and a link to their official website.

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Tour de France Winners:

2019 - Egan Bernal.

2018 - Geraint Thomas.

2017 - Chris Froome.

2016 - Chris Froome.

2015 - Chris Froome.

2014 - Vincenzo Nibali.

2013 - Chris Froome.

2012 - Bradley Wiggins.

2011 - Cadel Evans.

2010 - Andy Schleck.

Tour De France News Headlines

Team Emirates' Tadej Pogacar wins UAE Tour 2021
- UAE Team Emirates rider Tadej Pogacar won the race following last year's Tour de France success, with this victory being his first event of 2021.

The Hotta story: how monocoques and bullishness won Olympic gold in 2000
- ... that carried Chris Boardman to two Tour de France prologue victories in 1997 and 1998, finally winning Olympic gold in Sydney with Jason Queally.

Tour de France champion Pogacar wins UAE Tour
- ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar won the UAE Tour on Saturday, finishing the weeklong race 35 ...

Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar wins UAE Tour
- Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar wins UAE Tour. Slovenia's Tadej Pogacar, wearing the best young rider's white jersey, crosses the finish line. ( ...

Speed king Bennett doubles up in UAE
- Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome failed to finish with the main pack and crossed the line 2 minutes, 27 seconds down on the day. “I feel ...

From Wanaka to the WorldTour: Mikayla Harvey's cycling career gathers pace
- Mikayla Harvey on the climb in La Course, the one-day race run by the Tour de France. “My first season in Europe was really tough. I was lucky that I ...