Tour de France Competition 2019

The JBL Tour de France Competition 2019

Unfortunately the competition is finished already. Shortly you will find another competition here. Simply look in again later.

Few events are as popular as the famous Tour de France. 21 stages, 22 teams and a race course of over 3000 km. We would like to share this experience of following the stage winners with you. Place a bet on each day’s stage winner- it's worth your while!

You can take part from 00:00 - 23:59:59 on the day of any Tour de France stage. If you pick the correct winner for the stage, you will receive a 10% voucher for each correct answer on your next purchase at participating retailers and in the JBL Shop. The participant who places the most correct tips will receive a reward of €150 for products of their choice.

Applicable are our current Conditions of participation.

Every day select the cyclist who, in your opinion, will win the stage!

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