Tour de France odds
Who wins Tour de France 2021?
Who will win the 2021 Tour de France?
22 year old Slovenian Rider Tadej Pogačar won the 2020 Tour de France after an impressive race saw him take podium and country rival Primož Roglič all the way. He also won the polka dot jersey which is awarded to the best mountain rider of the tour along with the white jersey which is awarded to the best young rider. Tadej Pogačar will be a heavy favourite to reclaim the yellow jersey in the 2021 edition of the Tour de France and the betting odds show this.
Primož Roglič held the yellow jersey from stage 9 to stage 19 and was a part of the most dominant team in the tour: Team Jumbo Visma. He was nailed on to win the tour, however, lost out on the final time trial of the tour following a monumental ride from Tadej Pogačar who went on to win the tour. Roglič then ended up finishing in second place only 59 seconds behind winner Tadej Pogačar.
2019 race winner Egan Bernal struggled in the 2020 edition of the tournament before retiring from the race after stage 16 following a knee injury. Bernal is a young Colombian rider who went into Tour de France 2020 as one of the favourites and is one of the best riders in the free-spending British cycling team: Ineos. If Bernal isn’t 100% fit for Tour de France 2021, expect Welsh teammate Geraint Thomas to emerge as a favourite.
Numerous riders could become favourites depending on their form going into the 2021 calendar year and every Tour de France race springs up a surprise. Other riders such as Steven Kruijswijk, Remco Evenepoel, Tom Dumoulin, Thibaut Pinot, Emanuel Buchmann and former dominant winner Chris Froome.
The Tour de France 2021 will be the 108th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's three grand tours. Originally planned for the Danish capital of Copenhagen, the start of the 2021 Tour was transferred to Brest due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with Copenhagen hosting four matches in the UEFA Euro 2020 and that event also being rescheduled to 2021 due to the pandemic. Originally scheduled for 2 to 25 July 2021, the Tour was moved to 26 June to 18 July 2021 to avoid rescheduling of the 2020 Summer Olympics.