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RideLondon odds

Who wins RideLondon 2022?

RideLondon 2022 will be held 29 may 2022. There is no odds at RideLondon 2022 yet, but we have found odds at Tour de France 2023.

Who wins RideLondon 2019?

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Caleb Ewan3.003.00
Sam Bennett3.503.50
Elia Viviani7.507.50
Arnaud Démare9.009.00
Alexander Kristoff19.0019.00
Philippe Gilbert21.0021.00
Michael Matthews23.0023.00
Alberto Bettiol34.0034.00
Niccolò Bonifazio34.0034.00
Oliver Naesen34.0034.00
Sonny Colbrelli34.0034.00
Chris Lawless41.0041.00
Jasper Stuyven41.0041.00
Zdenek Stybar41.0041.00
Daryl Impey51.0051.00
Giacomo Nizzolo51.0051.00
Mike Teunissen51.0051.00
Davide Cimolai67.0067.00
Ethan Hayter67.0067.00
Nathan Haas67.0067.00
Phil Bauhaus67.0067.00
Sep Vanmarcke67.0067.00
Connor Swift81.0081.00
Kristoffer Halvorsen81.0081.00
Ryan Gibbons81.0081.00
Gabriel Cullaigh101.00101.00
Krists Neilands101.00101.00
Edward Theuns126.00126.00
Ian Stannard126.00126.00
Michael Albasini126.00126.00
Moreno Hofland126.00126.00
Lennard Kämna151.00151.00
Matteo Moschetti151.00151.00
Scott Thwaites151.00151.00
Daniel Mc Lay201.00201.00
Jempy Drucker201.00201.00
Joris Nieuwenhuis201.00201.00
Matthew Walls201.00201.00
Brenton Jones251.00251.00
James Shaw251.00251.00
Jens Debusschere251.00251.00
Jonas Koch251.00251.00
Tom-Jelte Slagter251.00251.00
Gerben Thijssen301.00301.00
Jack Bauer301.00301.00
Mads Würtz Schmidt301.00301.00
Marco Haller301.00301.00
Michael Mørkøv301.00301.00
Nico Denz301.00301.00
Nikias Arndt301.00301.00
Tom Van Asbroeck301.00301.00
Alex Dowsett401.00401.00
Alexis Gougeard401.00401.00
Amund Grøndahl Jansen401.00401.00
Cameron Meyer401.00401.00
Davide Martinelli401.00401.00
Diego Rosa401.00401.00
Heinrich Haussler401.00401.00
Iuri Filosi401.00401.00
Jasper De Buyst401.00401.00
Pim Ligthart401.00401.00
Ramunas Navardauskas401.00401.00
Robert Stannard401.00401.00
Stan Dewulf401.00401.00
Timo Roosen401.00401.00
Casper Pedersen501.00501.00
Julien Duval501.00501.00
Leonardo Basso501.00501.00
Marco Marcato501.00501.00
Matti Breschel501.00501.00
Ramon Sinkeldam501.00501.00
Roberto Ferrari501.00501.00
Romain Cardis501.00501.00
Shane Archbold501.00501.00
Stijn Vandenbergh501.00501.00
Thomas Stewart501.00501.00
Alex Frame601.00601.00
Daniel Hoelgaard601.00601.00
Edoardo Affini601.00601.00
Erik Baška601.00601.00
Francisco Ventoso601.00601.00
Harry Tanfield601.00601.00
Lukasz Wisniowski601.00601.00
Taylor Phinney601.00601.00

RideLondon 2019

The RideLondon is the largest professional one-day race on British soil. It’s a UCI World Tour race that takes the peloton on an iconic route around London’s sights and the picturesque Surrey Hills. The 2019 edition of the race will be held on 4th August.

The race is based on the London 2012 Olympic Road Cycling Race route, as well as the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey sportive for amateurs. With the race having a lucrative winners purse (offering the highest prize money pool of any one-day Classic), it typically attracts a host of big names.

The first edition was held in 2011 as pre-Summer Olympics warm-up and was won by British favourite Mark Cavendish (Team Dimension Data).

Pascal Ackermann (Team BORA - hansgrohe) is the current champion having bounced back from a mid-race crash to win the Prudential RideLondon 2018. He held off Elia Viviani (Team Deceuninck - Quick Step) to take the win in a sprint on The Mall after nearly five hours of rain-filled racing.

The 2019 race profile

The Prudential RideLondon always features a mix of categorised climbs and intermediate sprint points. The climbs include the iconic duo of Leith Hill (the highest point in South-East England) and Box Hill - made famous during the London Olympics 2012. The hilly laps around the Dorking area is always a tricky section of the race that can be difficult in bad weather.

If the sprinters emerge from the Surrey Hills unscathed, it’s a flat finish in the final few kilometres following the Embankment, going past the Palace of Westminster, before concluding with an exciting finish on The Mall. If it’s not going to be a bunch sprint for the win, it will need an attack or breakaway to capitalise on the climbing and get enough distance in before the flatter finish.