Stage 7

Tour de France 2018 is in the full swing of things and the excitement levels amongst fans like us couldn't be any higher. Fans from all around the world are tuning into the race and wondering, who's going to win Stage 7?

So in this article, we will be talking about Stage 7 in the Tour de France race in detail including all of the betting options that you have. Just to make your life easier, we will also include win odds for some of the best cyclists out there.
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Strategic Information of Stage 7 of the Tour de France

Of course, we would prefer jumping straight into the betting odds in Stage 7, but it is crucial for you to understand the characteristics of Stage 7 if you are going to be making bets.

  • For starters, Stage 7 of the Tour de France race is a stage made for fast cyclists. Sporting a distance of 231 kilometers, this stage starts in Fougeres and ends in Chartres.
  • The estimated time for the first cyclist to cross the finish line is a little over five hours. Before we forget to mention, Stage 7 is the longest stage of this year’s Tour de France.

That said, this stage does not cater much to sprinters, but rather towards fast cyclists who can maintain a decent pace throughout the stage.

To make things all the more exciting, the final stretch of Stage 7 is a hill climb of 4%.

One thing for sure, executing the right strategy at the right time will be crucial in winning this stage.
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Tour de France Stage 7 Odds and Betting Information

Now, to the odds. Understanding that this stage caters to fast cyclists, it is not surprising to see names like Marcel Kittel, Fernando Gaviria, Peter Sagan, Dylan Groenewegen and Mark Cavendish as the favourites to win this stage.

Below is the full list of cyclists who are in good position to win the Stage 7 of the Tour de France 2018 and the respective odds:

  • Fernando Gaviria: 7/2
  • Peter Sagan: 4/9
  • Marcel Kittel: 11
  • Arnaud Demare: 14
  • Dylan Groenewegen: 7
  • Mark Cavendish: 20
  • Alexander Kristoff: 50
  • Nacer Bouhanni: 50
  • Sonny Colbrelli: 66

The three teams to look out for in the stage 7 of the Tour de France is no other than Team Sky, Team Quick Step Floors and Team Movistar.

Not only have they shown strong performance in the recent Grand Tours, the teams also have some of the best cyclists in the world in their teams. Nevertheless, we can’t wait to see how things pan out for all the strong performing teams.
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Predicted times for Stage 7 of Tour de France 2018

Start: Fougeres – 12:20

Point 1: Larchamp – 12:37

Point 2: Saint-Denis-De-Gastines – 12:53

Point 3: Mayenne – 13:19

Point 4: Villaines-La-Juhel – 14:00

Point 5: Saint-leonard-Des-Bois – 14:25

Point 6: Alencon – 14:50

Point 7: Cote du Buisson de Perseigne – 15:02

Point 8: Mamers – 15:22

Point 9: Belleme – 15:43

Point 10: Berd’huis – 16:07

Point 11: Nogent-Le-Rotrou – 16:09

Point 12: Nonvilliers Grandhoux – 16:51

Finish: Chartres – 17:32

*All times are based on an average speed of approximately 44km/h.