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Eschborn-Frankfurt odds

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Who wins Eschborn-Frankfurt 2021?

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Jasper Philipsen3.203.20
Dylan Groenewegen4.504.50
Pascal Ackermann5.505.50
Alexander Kristoff9.009.00
Phil Bauhaus9.009.00
Christophe Laporte17.0017.00
Andreas Kron26.0026.00
Michael Matthews26.0026.00
André Greipel34.0034.00
Gianluca Brambilla34.0034.00
Iván García Cortina41.0041.00
John Degenkolb41.0041.00
Juan Sebastián Molano41.0041.00
Nils Politt41.0041.00
Fred Wright51.0051.00
Mike Teunissen51.0051.00
Rasmus Tiller51.0051.00
Tim Wellens51.0051.00
Ben Hermans67.0067.00
Bryan Coquard67.0067.00
Clément Venturini67.0067.00
Connor Swift67.0067.00
Greg Van Avermaet67.0067.00
Luka Mezgec67.0067.00
Nils Eekhoff67.0067.00
Patrick Konrad67.0067.00
Piet Allegaert67.0067.00
Søren Kragh Andersen67.0067.00
Andrea Pasqualon81.0081.00
Dylan Teuns81.0081.00
Lorenzo Rota81.0081.00
Matteo Fabbro81.0081.00
Nicholas Schultz81.0081.00
Damien Touzé101.00101.00
Daniel Mc Lay101.00101.00
Emanuel Buchmann101.00101.00
Gabriel Cullaigh101.00101.00
Gonzalo Serrano101.00101.00
Markus Hoelgaard101.00101.00
Philippe Gilbert101.00101.00
Stanislaw Aniolkowski101.00101.00
Alexander Krieger126.00126.00
Mathias Norsgaard Jørgensen126.00126.00
Pascal Eenkhoorn126.00126.00
Rick Zabel126.00126.00
Robert Stannard126.00126.00
Georg Zimmermann151.00151.00
Heinrich Haussler151.00151.00
Marco Haller151.00151.00
Nathan Van Hooydonck151.00151.00
Pierre Rolland151.00151.00
Damien Howson201.00201.00
Luke Durbridge201.00201.00
Michael Schwarzmann201.00201.00
Niklas Eg201.00201.00
Simon Geschke201.00201.00
Alex Dowsett251.00251.00
Nico Denz251.00251.00
Odd Christian Eiking251.00251.00
Rui Oliveira251.00251.00
Thomas Boudat251.00251.00
Jonas Koch301.00301.00
Matthew Holmes301.00301.00
Simone Petilli301.00301.00
Simone Velasco301.00301.00
Jonathan Milan401.00401.00
Nicolas Roche401.00401.00
Pierre-Luc Périchon401.00401.00
Pieter Vanspeybrouck401.00401.00
Tom Bohli401.00401.00

Eschborn-Frankfurt 2021

The 2021 Eschborn–Frankfurt (Lap of the Finanzplatz) is a one-day cycling race in Hesse, Germany, set for September 19, 2021. It will be the 59th edition of Eschborn–Frankfurt, which will be a UCI Worldtour 1.UWT event.

The race previously known as Rund um den Henninger Turm Frankfurt is typically a semi-classic annual cycling event in Germany. The race, also known as the Frankfurt Grand Prix, takes place every year on May 1st, Germany's national Labor Day. With the Hamburg Cyclassics in August, Eschborn–Frankfurt is now a part of the UCI World Tour, the highest-rated professional men's road race.

However, There was no race of Eschborn-Frankfurt in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Route

The race takes place over a one-day course that includes flat and sloping terrain. The journey typically begins from Eschborn and goes for finishing at Frankfurt-am-Main. The event follows a winding and steep circuit through the Taunus Hills west of Frankfurt, with about 1500 meters of climbing. The Feldberg, Ruppershain, and Mammolshain are some of the more popular climbs. The Mammolshain, which has a maximum gradient of 26 percent and is climbed twice throughout the race. The race ends with three 4.5-kilometer loops in Frankfurt's downtown area, reaching a total distance of almost 220 kilometers.

Participating Teams

As the race is highly regarded in Germany and is referred to as one of the second German World Tour Events, many riders participate in the race every year with a strong enthusiasm to win the race as the first comer. The race involves approximately twenty-two teams, and each team usually delivers around seven riders to compete in the race. Here the expected top competitors and competing teams are shown below:

Top competitors: Patrick  Konrad, Alexander Kristoff, Cesare Benedetti, Thomas  Sprengers, Thimo Willems, Szymon Sajnok, Andreas Schillinger, Ben Gastauer.

Competing teams: AG2R Citroën Team, Bahrain - Victorious, BORA - hansgrohe, Cofidis–Solutions Crédits, Israel Start-Up Nation, Team Jumbo-Visma, Lotto Soudal, Movistar Team, Team BikeExchange, Team DSM, UAE-Team Emirates, Trek - Segafredo, Alpecin-Fenix, Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB, Gazprom - RusVelo, Sport Vlaanderen - Baloise, Team Arkéa Samsic, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team and more.

Recent Champions

German cyclist Pascal Ackermann is the title holder of the 2019 Eschborn-Frankfurt riding for BORA - hansgrohe. He won the first position defeating John Degenkolb (Trek - Segafredo) and Alexander KRISTOFF (UAE-Team Emirates).

Another recent champion, who has won several times in a row at Eschborn-Frankfurt, is Alexander Kristoff. He won the Eschborn-Frankfurt in 2018 while riding for the UAE-Team Emirates, and he also won the race in 2017, 2016, and 2014 while riding for Team Katusha Alpecin.