- Stage 13 of the 2022 Tour de France started at 6:30am this morning
- Jonas Vingegaard is the current Tour de France betting favorite
- Tadej Pogačar is the two-time reigning Tour de France champion
The 2022 Tour de France earlier this morning entered its 13th stage, which consists of a 120-mile trek from Le Bourg-d’Oisans to Saint-Étienne. There are 9 days and 8 more stages to go before the final stage takes all the racers to Paris where the 2022 Tour de France champion will be crowned.
Here are some extended highlights from yesterday’s Stage 12 of the Tour de France.
The odds for betting on the Tour de France are now 575 points clear of Jonas Vingegaard (Denmark) ahead of last year’s winner Tadej Pogačar (Slovenia) but there is still time to make up ground.
Who will win the 2022 Tour de France?
At the moment all sites included in our top online sports betting reviews agree that it is a two man race between Vingegaard and Pogačar. Both top odds getters are within 300 points to equalize, but the next best contender, Geraint Thomas, is accumulating +1600 odds.
Odds of winning the Tour de France 2022
- Jonas Vingegaard -300
- Tadej Pogacar +275
- Geraint Thomas +1600
- Romain Bardet +6600
- Adam Yates +10000
- Nairo Quintana +10000
- David Gaudi +15000
- Tom Pidcock +15000
- Alexander Vlasov +30000
- Enric Mas Nicolau +30000
- Primoz Roglic +30000
The odds of winning the Tour de France increase dramatically from there, jumping to +6600 and +10000 respectively for the next two racers. While there are only two bikers in the game to win, there is usually some variance in what each online sportsbook offers, giving players the opportunity to buy the lines to their advantage.
That is not the case at the moment as Bovada Sportsbook is the only website with Tour de France odds published from Stage 13 onwards. Other online books will likely reappear as the race progresses, but place your bets on Bovada for now.
Tour de France stage bets
To make things a little more interesting for online cycling betting, Bovada has offered betting on stage 13 with live odds for today’s stage. The odds below were collected this morning and will be updated as readers check out the latest in-play betting lines at Bovada.
While Vingegaard’s 2:22 lead over Pogačar may be almost impossible to break in a single stage, the odds on who will win today’s stage offer some intrigue with a two-way draw at the top between Jasper Philipsen and Wout Van Aert at +450.
Tour de France stage 13 betting odds
- Jasper Philipsen +450
- Wout Van Aert +450
- Fabio Jakobsen +1200
- Mads Pedersen +1400
- Magnus Cort Nielsen +2200
- Dylan Groenewegen +2500
- Peter Sagan +2500
- Alberto Bettiol +2800
- Michael Matthews +2800
- Alberto Dainese +3300
- Caleb Ewan +3300
- Christophe Laporte +3300
- Matej Mohoric +3300
- Benjamin Thomas +4000
- Fred Wright +4000
- Jasper Stuyven +4000
- Lennard Kamna +4000
- Andrea Bagioli +5000
- Andrew’s Crown +5000
- Filippo Ganna +5000
- Jan Tratnik +5000
Tour de France prop bets
While there aren’t as many as cycling bettors would like, there are some Tour de France props on the board, but as of this writing they only involve head-to-head pairings.
A promising sign of increased international betting interest in the Tour de France would be to see more new bets on the race being offered each year. Would it kill online books to have odds on which cyclist is going to fall or whether or not someone on a team will get a positive PED test?
This is the kind of betting action the Tour de France needs to generate lasting gambling interest, even when there are only two competitors in the game to win the race.