Bet on the 2021 Tour de France

With the Tour de France, the world’s most prestigious cycling event is on. From June 28 to July 18, the world’s best cyclists cross France in a bid for the coveted yellow jersey. Whether you’re in it for the beautiful vistas or the raw sports action, you can always push your experience with a winning bet!

2021 Tour de France

For this year’s edition, the 108th in the cycling event’s history, organiser ASO devised a gruelling 3,414-kilometre endurance race that will take the participants 21 days to complete. Through picturesque villages, from the Pyrenees to the Alps and from the legendary Mont Ventoux to the iconic Champs Élysées, the race will highlight the stunning geographic diversity of la douce France.

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Who to look out for

Not that the cyclists will take their time to do some sightseeing! Last year’s edition was a shocker, with Slovenian Tadej Pogačar winning the yellow jersey for his first time. Of course, all of Belgium will be looking forward to Wout van Aert’s performance. And what to think of the Dutch phenom Mathieu van der Poel? France’s very own Julian Alaphilippe has the hope of a nation on his shoulders…

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The Golden jersey

Of course, the most coveted jersey of them all could be yours: the coveted golden jersey of greatest Tour de France betting winner! Wait no longer, join in the excitement with goldenpalace.be and place a smart bet with our boosted odds. That’s right: we’ll have daily GoldenOdds on the Tour de France too. Check them out, as well as our wide range of odds on outright, stage, and jersey winners!

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The stages

Stage 18: Pau to Luz Ardiden

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Stage 17: Muret to Saint-Lary-Soulan (Col de Portet) Highlighted stage

This Wednesday July 14, the “Queen of the Pyrenees” stage takes place across 178.5 kms between Muret and Saint-Lary-Soulan. After over 100 kms of almost relatively flat course, the cyclists will have 3 obstacles to overcome. They’ll first tackle the Col de Peyresourde, a 13.2 km climb at 7%.

After winding down towards Loudenvielle, they’ll climb the Col de Val Louron-Azet (1st category) with an incline of 8.3% across 7.4 kms. The last hurdle of the day will prove the toughest to overcome: the mythical Col du Portet (16 kms at 8.7%), where the uphill finish awaits. We can look forward to a great battle where we might get to see attacks against Pogačar by his last remaining adversaries. This stage will also be a fierce struggle for the polka dot shirt.

Winner: Tadej Pogačar (yellow jersey)

Stage 16: El Pas de la Casa (Andorra) to Saint-Gaudens

Winner: Patrick Konrad

Stage 15: Céret to Andorra la Vella (Andorra)

Winner: Sepp Kuss

Stage 14: Carcassonne to Quillan

Winner: Bauke Mollema

Stage 13: Nîmes to Carcassonne

Winner: Mark Cavendish (green jersey)

Stage 12: Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux to Nîmes

Winner: Nils Politt

Stage 11: Sorgues to Malaucène Highlighted stage

This Wednesday, the 11th stage of the 2021 Tour takes place between Sorgues and Malaucène over a distance of 198.9 kms. After the ascent of the Col de la Liguière (a 9.3 kms climb at an average of 6.7%), the riders will have to face the mythical Mont Ventoux. Exceptionally, they will have to climb it twice. The first ascent will be via Sault for a 22 kms climb at an average of 5.1%. After a descent to Malaucène, the riders will tackle the second ascent, this time via Bédoin for a shorter but more demanding climb (15.7 kms at an average of 8.8%).

Then they will descend to Malaucène for the stage finish. There is no doubt that we are going to see a great show! Will Pogačar increase the gap to his main rivals, or will we see a big battle with attacks from Carapaz - Uran - Vingegaard? And will Quintana be able to confirm his polka dot jersey won in stage 9? Suspense is in the air!

Winner: Wout van Aert

Stage 10: Albertville to Valence

Winner: Mark Cavendish (green jersey)

Stage 9: Cluses to Tignes

Winner: Ben O'Connor

Stage 8: Oyonnax to Le Grand-Bornand

Winner: Dylan Teuns

Stage 7: Vierzon to Le Creusot

Winner: Matej Mohorič

Stage 6: Tours to Châteauroux

Winner: Mark Cavendish (green jersey)

Stage 5: Changé to Laval

Winner: Tadej Pogačar

Stage 4: Redon to Fougères

Winner: Mark Cavendish (green jersey)

Stage 3: Lorient to Pontivy

Winner: Tim Merlier

Stage 2: Perros-Guirec to Mûr-de-Bretagne

Winner: Mathieu van der Poel (yellow jersey)

Stage 1: Brest to Landerneau

Winner: Julian Alaphilippe (yellow jersey)