Tour de France Odds, Start Date and Schedule for 2020 Race

By David Hayes
Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal is the defending Tour de France champion after winning it for the first time in 2019.
Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal is the defending Tour de France champion after winning it for the first time in 2019. / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/Getty Images
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Tour de France 2020 Date & Info

The 107th Edition of the Tour de France
Original Start Date: 
Saturday, June 27, 2020
Original End Date: Sunday, July 19, 2020
Course Begins: 
Nice, France
Course Ends: Champs-Élysées – Paris, France
Distance:
 2,156 miles (3,470 km)
Stages: 21 (2 rest days on July 6 & July 13)
Purse:
TBD
Defending Champion: 
Egan Bernal (Team Ineos)

Tour de France Postponement Update

Recent reports have indicated the COVID-19 virus could cause the original June 27 start date to be delayed by one month. General Director of the Tour de France, Christian Prudhomme, has also reportedly set the deadline to determine if the 2020 Tour de France will begin as scheduled or be postponed by Friday, May 15.

Tour de France Odds

All 2020 Tour de France betting lines, odds and props are available on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Moneyline Favorites:
- Egan Bernal (+200) *2019 Tour de France Champion
- Chris Froome (+440)
- Primoz Roglic (+600)
- Geraint Thomas (+750)
- Thibaut Pinot (+750)
- Tom Dumoulin (+1000)
- Tadej Pogacar (+1400)
- Julian Alaphilippe (+2300)
- Nairo Quintana (+2300)
- Richard Carapaz (+2500)

Tour de France Odds 2020
Tour de France Odds 2020 / FanDuel Sportsbook
Tour de France Odds 2020
Tour de France Odds 2020 / FanDuel Sportsbook

Who Won the Tour de France in 2019?

Tour de France Betting Trends and Stats

- Egan Bernal became the youngest Tour de France champion since 2009 after winning the 2019 race at just 22 years old.
- British cyclists have won six of the last eight Tour de France races.
- Chris Froome is a three-time champion, taking first place in three straight years from 2015-18.
- After Lance Armstrong was stripped of his titles, Greg LeMond is now both the most recent and only American to ever win the Tour de France, winning this event three times overall (1986, 1989-90).


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