The best in Betting de France Odds Tour history at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Cycling

The question has been asked many times in the history of the betting de France odds tour and the answer always varies depending on who you ask.

But in every Tour de France odds circle every betting de France odds tour fan has asked who is the greatest racer of all time? While no betting de France odds tour fan can seem to agree exactly who is the greatest the short list of possible Tour de France odds riders seemed to be universally accepted.

The most obvious betting de France odds tour factor that must be taken into consideration when trying to choose the best Tour de France odds rider of all time is the number of titles won by an athlete. In the long history of the betting de France odds tour three riders have won the Tour de France odds title three times, four riders have won it fiver times and one betting de France odds tour competitor has won it a mind numbing seven times.

For all intents and purposes then Lance Armstrong must be considered the greatest betting de France odds tour rider of all time by the simple fact that he’s won the damn thing so many times! But there are several riders in the history of the event that must be included in the all greatest of all time betting de France odds tour conversation by simply virtue of their own staggering accomplishments.

Arguably the greatest betting de France odds tour rider is Eddie Merckx.  Merckx is one of the few multiple winners of the Tour de France odds event and he claimed the title a stunning five times. He was peerless during his time atop the betting de France odds tour heap. Not only did he win the title five times, but most amazing thing about his betting de France odds tour success was the fact that in 1969 the first year that he won the betting de France odds tour, he became the only person in the history of the event to win the king of the mountain title, the points title, the overall title and the youngest rider title as well. That achievement alone keeps him in the conversation with Armstrong as the greatest in betting de France odds tour history.

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