Tour de France betting: British rider looks to make history

Bradley Wiggins is the odds-on favorite to win this year’s Tour de France and if he does end up winning, he’ll go into the history books.

Wiggins is bidding to become the first British Tour winner and he looks like he’s in great shape as the first rider to ever win the Paris-Nice, the Tour of Romandie, and the Criterium du Dauphine in one season.

The 32-year-old will be the leader of Team Sky but has a number of world-class riders supporting him as well.

"Since I was 12, I always thought about winning the Tour, but never maybe thought that it would be a reality," Wiggins recently told reporters. "The team's preparation has been perfectly managed and our form this season gives us a great chance of being successful. I've been waiting for this moment for a long time and I'll do everything I can to win the Tour de France."

Tour de France odds to win courtesy SportsInteraction.com.


    Bradley Wiggins   +120
    Cadel Evans   +200
    Andy Schleck   +700
    Denis Menchov   +1600
    Vincenzo Nibali   +1600
    Alejandro Valverde   +2000
    Chris Froome   +2200
    Samuel Sanchez   +2200
    Robert Gesink   +2800
    Jurgen Van Den Broeck   +2800
    Pierre Rolland   +3300
    Frank Schleck   +4000
    Jani Brajkovic   +5000
    Tony Martin   +5000
    Juan-Jose Cobo   +5000
    Andreas Kloden   +6600
    Levi Leipheimer   +6600
    Damiano Cunego   +8000
    Peter Velits   +12500
    Chris Horner   +15000
    Reine Taaramae   +15000
    Steven Kruijswijk   +15000
    Bauke Mollema   +15000
    Rigoberto Uran   +15000
    Nicolas Roche   +20000
    Jean-Christophe Peraud   +20000
    Peter Sagan   +20000
    Richie Porte   +20000
    Roman Kreuziger   +30000
    Tom Danielson   +30000
    Michele Scarponi   +35000
    Luis-Leon Sanchez   +35000
    Michael Rogers   +35000
    Kevin De Weert   +50000
    Christophe Kern   +50000
    Christophe Le Mevel   +60000
    John Gadret   +100000
    Rob Ruijgh   +100000
    Mark Cavendish   +200000

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