2022 Tour de France Betting Options and Analysis from Stage 4 to Stage 9

2022 Tour de France Betting Options and Analysis from Stage 4 to Stage 9

The 2022 Tour de France is underway. In addition to being able to bet on which cyclists win which jersey, yellow, green, polka dot, or white, odds should land for winners of each of this week’s stages. Check out a Tour de France Betting preview of each stage happening this week at the 2022 Tour de France.

2022 Tour de France Updates Betting Opportunities During the Week

2022 Tour De France – Stages

  • When: Tuesday, July 5 – Friday, July 8

Tuesday, July 5 – Stage 4 – Hilly  

  • Dunkirk-Calais 106 miles

Preview: It’s difficult to predict what will happen at this stage. The Tour de France hasn’t visited the site of the largest military evacuation in history, the Dunkirk evacuation happened in World War II, in 15 years.

Wednesday, July 6 – Stage 5 – Hilly

  • Lille Metropole-Arenberg Porte Du Hainaut 95 miles  

Preview: There’s an old saying at the Tour de France, “You can’t win on the cobblestones, but you can lose it.”

The Paris-Roubaix cobblestones during Stage 5 are famous for ending Tour de France dreams. 11 sections at the Paris-Roubaix consist of around 12 miles. Cyclists that can weather the 11 cobblestone sections stand a chance of finishing Stage 5 at the top.   

Thursday, July 7 – Stage 6 – Hilly 

  • Binche-Longwy 136 miles  

Preview: Stage 6, Binche-Longwy, includes Belgium and France. Stage 6 is the first uphill finish at this year’s Tour de France.

Friday, July 8 – Stage 7 – Mountain

  • Tomblaine-La Super Plance des Belles Filles 109 miles

Preview: Everyone believes that Cofidis team member Guillaume Martin wins the polka dot jersey for King of the Mountain. Martin doesn’t have much chance of winning the yellow jersey.

He has a real shot of taking the King of the Mountain jersey. So Martin should provide his usual never say die attitude of cycling at Stage 7 in an attempt to win the polka dot shirt.

But Stage 7 could be important for another reason. The Tour de France lasts until July 24. 

Cyclists looking for the top jersey prize, the yellow GC, sometimes wait until the final full week. But Pogacar, Primoz Roglic, and Jonas Vingegaard, may attempt to make an early move at Stage 7.  

Saturday, July 9 – Stage 8 – Hilly

  • Dole-Lausanne 115 miles 

Preview: By Stage 7, cyclists will have ridden in three different nations: Denmark, France, and Belgium. Stage 8 will see a fourth nation when cyclists race into Switzerland. The race finishes at the home city of the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, Switzerland.    

Sunday, July 10 – Stage 9 – Mountain

  • Aigle-Chatel Les Portes Du Soleil 119 miles

Preview: There are six mountain stages at the 2022 Tour de France. Of the six mountain stages, only one doesn’t include a summit finish.

Stage 8 is the lone mountain stage that doesn’t include a summit finish. Once again, King of the Mountain Cofidis member Guillaume Martin should put his best foot forward.