When the calendar rolls around to July and the snow melts in the Alps and the summer alpine flowers are in bloom, it’s time for Tour de France odds. Summer is the best time of the year in the this part of the world and so its only fitting that betting de France Tour odds kicks off during the first week of July every year.
Every year in betting de France Tour odds there are important dates and this year is certainly no different the opening day of the Tour de France odds competition in the 2008 is July 5. One day after Independence Day in America the riders in the betting de France Tour odds will make themselves slaves to the toughest cycling race in the world for 23-days. It is all but impossible for the lay person to understand the grueling type of punishment that the top flight athletes in Tour de France odds submit themselves to, but the betting de France Tour competition is much the better for it.
The betting de France Tour odds officially kick off in Brest and head to Nantes. After three days of flat stage racing in the betting de France Tour odds competition on July 8th the race has its first individual time trial in Cholet. The next important date for betting de France Tour odds is July 10 when the first of the betting de France Tour odds intermediate stages begins. On July 12 another flat stage is introduced as the Tour de France odds race heads to Toulouse.
And from Toulouse their torment begins as on July 13th the first of two grueling climbing days begins for the betting de France Tour odds riders. On the 15th the betting de France odds tour riders get a rare day of rest after riding their guts out through the Basque stage of the betting de France Tour odds event. July 17th through July 20th are flat stage days when the betting de France Tour odds event will take on a frantic stage as teams try and build leads heading into the mountains.
Between the dates of July 20-23 the betting de France Tour odds event will be all but settled as the last mountain stages are completed before the winner rides triumphantly into Paris on July 27.