Wagering on Tour de France: Sportsbook Outright Odds & Props

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Sportsbook Review has published a Tour de France betting list.

The major cycling event is scheduled to begin on the 4th of July in Utrecht, Netherlands, and is the 18th cycling event part of the 2015 UCI World Tour.

Sportsbooks are beginning to update their array of Tour de France betting markets, prompting SBR to add the event to its growing list of futures and prop bet comparison directories per user feedback.

The below is a summary of the Tour de France wagering markets currently offered using the SBR directory.

Outright Winner (Moneyline Market)
Chris Froome is an average +200, meaning a $100 wager returns twice the profit.

Nairo Quintana's odds are slightly more generous, returning from 2.25 to 2.5 your investment.

Alberto Contador's price varies greatly. By using the Tour de France Betting list, we can see that online sportsbooks are paying from +250 to 450, meaning a $100 wager can pay up to $200 more if placed at the correct betting site.

Vincenzo Nibali has a payout ranging from +450 to +600.

From here, the odds become lottery style, with a minimum +2500 or 25 to 1 payout on Thibaut Pinot.

Down the list of other riders, sportsbooks pay anywhere from $3,000 to $100,000 on a rider when wagering $100 or more.

Point of Classification Winner
Atop the secondary competition market of Point of Classification is Peter Sagan as a -138 favorite, meaning a $138 wager is required to win $100.

Alexander Kristoff is a +400 underdog.

Mark Cavendish is offered at the odds of +600.

Nacer Bouhanni returns twice the payout of Cavendish with his +1200 point of classification odds.

From there, the odds begin to climb, with industry best payoffs of +1600 for John Degenkolb, +1800 for Michael Matthews, +2500 for Andre Greipel.

King of the Mountains
Nairo Quintana is on offer at +550 to be named the King of the Mountains.

Pierre Rolland is trading at +600.

The best odds on Alberto Contador are +1000. Chris Froome is also trading as a +1000 underdog.

Julian Arredondo is a +1300 underdog to cash in the King of the Mountains market.

From here, the average payout begins to skyrocket, with sportsbook Bet365 offering anywhere from 25 to 1 to 250 to 1 payouts.

Young Rider Classification
In the young rider classification market, Nairo Quintana is the shortest priced rider at -188, requiring a $188 wager to show a profit of $100.

Thibaut Pinot is a +400 underdog, returning 4 times the investment of $100.

Romain Bardet is trading at an average price of +800.

The odds double from this point, with Wilco Kelderman trading at +1600.

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