Tour de France 2023 Race Winner Odds - Who is the favourite?

Le Tour de France 2023 logo with white and yellow background

Le Tour de France 2023 logo with white and yellow background

With spring's cycling calendar now well and truly underway, the countdown to the 2023 Tour de France can begin with fans of cycling the world over looking forward to one of the world's most notable sporting events.

With the countdown to the 2023 Tour de France now underway ahead of the start of the event in July, here are the current outright winner odds for the 2023 Tour de France.

Tour de France 2023 Winner Odds - Outright

The 2023 cycling calendar will once again revolve around the Tour de France with cycling's biggest event drawing in masses of fans and onlookers from around the world.

Here are the best odds for the Tour de France 2023. Odds are correct as of Monday, March 13th.

  • Tadej Pogacar - 1/1
  • Jonas Vingegaard - 11/8
  • Primoz Roglic - 7/1
  • Remco Evenepoel - 7/1
  • Enric Mas Nicolau - 14/1
  • Jai Hindley - 14/1
  • Egan Bernal - 16/1
  • Daniel Martinez - 25/1
  • Richard Carapaz - 25/1
  • Tom Pidcock - 33/1
  • David Gaudu - 33/1
  • Juan Ayuso - 33/1
  • Wout van Aert - 50/1
  • Geraint Thomas - 50/1
  • Carlos Rodriguez - 50/1
  • Romain Bardet - 50/1
  • Mikel Landa - 66/1
  • Ben O'Connor - 80/1
  • Simon Yates - 80/1
  • Alexander Vlasov - 80/1
  • Jack Haig - 100/1
  • Jay Vine - 100/1
  • Joao Almeida - 100/1
  • Adam Yates - 100/1
  • Sepp Kuss - 100/1
  • Nairo Quintana - 100/1
  • Pavel Sivakov - 100/1
  • Julian Alaphilippe - 100/1

Cycling's number one ranked athlete, Tadej Pogacar, is currently the favourite to claim his third Tour de France victory when he hops into the saddle this July with the Slovenian sensation currently priced at evens.

2022 champion Jonas Vingegaard follows Pogacar in the betting order with a price of 11/8, while Primoz Roglic and Remco Evenepoel are priced at 7/1 a bit further back

When does the 2023 Tour de France start?

The 2023 Tour de France will get underway on July 1st, as is traditional, with the first stage being a 182km trek through Bilbao.

Last year's tour started in Denmark for the opening three stages, but 2023's edition will see the riders make their way through Bilbao and San Sebastien on the route to Paris.

In 2023, we will also see the Tour de France Femmes take place for just the second time with the best female cyclists in the world taking on eight stages between July 23rd and July 30th.

Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar
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Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar
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