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Tour of Flanders 2017 odds

Who wins Tour of Flanders 2017?

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Altro1.011.01
Peter Sagan3.603.00
Greg Van Avermaet6.006.00
Alexander Kristoff8.007.00
Sep Vanmarcke13.008.00
Niki Terpstra17.0017.00
Zdenek Stybar19.0013.00
Geraint Thomas21.0021.00
John Degenkolb23.008.00
Tom Boonen26.0013.00
Philippe Gilbert26.0023.00
Michal Kwiatkowski29.0013.00
Tiesj Benoot34.0017.00
Jürgen Roelandts34.0021.00
Lars Boom41.0023.00
Luke Rowe41.0026.00
Ian Stannard51.0026.00
Jasper Stuyven51.0029.00
Oliver Naesen51.0051.00
Jens Debusschere67.0051.00
Stijn Vandenbergh67.0051.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen81.0021.00
Matteo Trentin81.0045.00
Lieuwe Westra81.0081.00
Tony Martin81.0081.00
Daniel Oss101.0051.00
Jens Keukeleire101.0067.00
André Greipel126.00101.00
Arnaud Démare151.0037.00
Jempy Drucker151.0051.00
Heinrich Haussler151.0067.00
Dylan Van Baarle151.00126.00
Martin Elmiger151.00126.00
Oscar Gatto151.00126.00
Yves Lampaert151.00126.00
Dimitri Claeys201.00101.00
Dries Devenyns201.00101.00
Edward Theuns201.00101.00
Alexey Lutsenko201.00151.00
Daniele Bennati201.00151.00
Matti Breschel201.00151.00
Stijn Devolder201.00151.00
Sylvain Chavanel201.00151.00
Filippo Pozzato251.00151.00
Marco Marcato251.00151.00
Sebastian Langeveld251.00201.00
Dibben, Jonathan251.00251.00
Imanol Erviti251.00251.00
Mark Cavendish251.00251.00
Scott Thwaites251.00251.00
Baptiste Planckaert301.00201.00
Silvan Dillier301.00201.00
Alexis Gougeard301.00251.00
Danny Van Poppel301.00251.00
Luka Mezgec301.00251.00
Thomas Voeckler301.00251.00
Tyler Farrar301.00251.00
Vyacheslav Kuznetsov301.00251.00
Andrey Amador301.00301.00
Giacomo Nizzolo301.00301.00
Mathew Hayman301.00301.00
Taylor Phinney301.00301.00
Gianni Moscon351.00251.00
Magnus Cort351.00251.00
Laurens De Vreese351.00301.00
Michael Schär351.00301.00
Juan José Lobato351.00351.00
Marcus Burghardt351.00351.00
Guillaume Van Keirsbulck401.00151.00
David Per401.00251.00
Owain Doull401.00301.00
Andriy Grivko401.00351.00
Florian Senechal401.00351.00
Lars Bak401.00351.00
Maarten Wynants401.00351.00
Manuel Quinziato401.00351.00
Nikolas Maes401.00351.00
Stefan Küng401.00351.00
Sven Erik Bystrøm401.00351.00
Yoann Offredo401.00351.00
Adrien Petit401.00401.00
Grégory Rast401.00401.00
José Joaquín Rojas401.00401.00
Mathieu Ladagnous401.00401.00
Niccolò Bonifazio401.00401.00
Ramon Sinkeldam401.00401.00
Tom Van Asbroeck401.00401.00
Mike Teunissen501.00301.00
Jelle Wallays501.00401.00
Amaury Capiot501.00501.00
Bernhard Eisel501.00501.00
Bert Van Lerberghe501.00501.00
Borut Bozic501.00501.00
Christopher Juul-Jensen501.00501.00
Davide Cimolai501.00501.00
Davide Martinelli501.00501.00
Francisco Ventoso501.00501.00
Jacques Janse Van Rensburg501.00501.00
Johan Le Bon501.00501.00
Jonathan Dibben501.00501.00
Kenneth Van Bilsen501.00501.00
Moreno Hofland501.00501.00
Nelson Oliveira501.00501.00
Rudy Barbier501.00501.00
Amund Grøndahl Jansen601.00501.00
Bert De Backer601.00501.00
Michael Van Staeyen601.00501.00
Søren Kragh Andersen601.00501.00
Zico Waeytens601.00501.00
Alexandre Pichot601.00601.00
Ivan Garcia Cortina601.00601.00
Floris Gerts1000.00501.00
Gijs Van Hoecke1000.00501.00
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6.006.006.006.00
7.007.507.508.00
13.009.009.008.00
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34.0023.0023.0017.00
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81.0041.0041.0021.00
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101.0081.0081.0067.00
126.00101.00101.00
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2017 sees the 101st edition of the Ronde van Vlaanderen (or Tour of Flanders in English), one of cycling's legendary Spring Classics. The day before the pros battle it out a sportive is held to allow the public to share the experience of riding the famous cobbles. Those thinking of riding Vlaanderens mooiste ("Flanders' finest") had best be prepared for some serious endurance riding.

There are three different routes for the Tour of Flanders Sportive - 254km (2100 metres of climbing), 134km (1600 metres of climbing) and 75km (930 metres of climbing) - with all of them having plenty of the trademark Belgian cobblestones to tackle. How tough the route is depends largely on the weather - it can be anywhere from close to freezing to 18 degrees in Belgium in early April and bad weather can make the Tour of Flanders pretty tough for even highly experienced riders.

The route for 2017 has now been confirmed. After several years of Bruges as host city, the 2017 Ronde has a new location and will start in Antwerp. The other big news is the return of the Muur van Geraardsbergen for the first time since 2011, as the eighth of the cobbled climbs that will make or break the race for the pros the next day.

The last year winner, Peter Sagan has confirmed his intention to take part and win again the Tour of Flanders. Sagan, who will be joining the team of Bora, which will start to be called  Bora-Hansgrohe at the beginning of 2017 after he spent 2 years with Tinkoff and a good start for him with this new team is more than welcomed.

BMC Racing Team is coming to Belgium with the hopes on Greg Van Avermaet’s shoulders. The 31-year-old Belgium will be helped by the new arrival of his team: Martin Elmiger will ride in the red and black colours of BMC Racing from 2017 with the Swiss-American team announcing the signing of the 38-year-old. Elmiger moves across from IAM Cycling after four seasons to bolster the team's classics squad. It will be the second time his Elmiger's career that he will race BMC bikes on a Andy Rihs backed team having started his career with Phonak Hearing Systems. "I'd like to help Van Avermaet win one of the big Classics like Tour of Flanders’’, Martin said.

Sep Vanmarcke is another contender for the win. Vanmarcke joins the American team Cannondale-Drapac to add some serious firepower to its classics line-up. Vanmarcke won Omloop Het Nieuwsblad when with Garmin in 2012, and consistently finishes in the top five of major spring classics, including second in Paris-Roubaix in 2013. In a statement, Slipstream Sports CEO Jonathan Vaughters revealed that ’’ “I believe he can win Roubaix, I believe he can win Flanders. He’s a hard, Flandrian rider who knows how to get the job done.”

John Degenkolb, a cyclist who also changes his team between the 2016 and 2017 seasons (from Giant-Alpecin to Trek-Segafredo) is announcing to have a good run in the Tour of Flanders. The German sprinter and Dutchman Koen de Kort will both make the move across, with Degenkolb keen to put an injury-ravaged final season with Giant-Alpecin firmly in the past. And he called his switch to Trek-Segafredo, where rising star and American champion Greg Daniel will also ride next year, a ‘dream come true’. “This team is one of the few really big teams in races like the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, and this was a big motivation for me to join,” Degenkolb added.

Not to forget when talking about possible winners are Michal Kwiatkowski (Team Sky) and Zdenek Stybar (Etixx–Quick-Step).