Tour de France is biggest Cycling competition where best cyclist take part. Recently more prize money added for the event according to sources 10% increase in the upcoming Tour de France prize money. Overall €2.29 million prize money adjusted for the whole event and the winners share is also increased 3% more in the upcoming event.
|11th Place – 20th Place||€3,000 – €950|
|21st Place – 30th Place||€900 – €650|
|31st Place – 40th Place||€550|
|41st Place – 50th Place||€500|
|51st Place – 90th Place||€450|
|91st Place – 160th Place||€400|
|Total Prize Money||€2.25 Million|
The winner of the Tour de France will collect the prize money of (€500,000). While the cyclist who finished 2nd as runner-up in the race will make (€250,000) and third place cyclist earn €100,000. All cyclist who are participant in the Tour de France will earn some cash prize for their individual performances. Riders who will ranked from 11th place to 20th will earn €3,000 to €950. Cyclist who finished from 91st Place to 160th Place collect €400 each.
Other Cash Prizes & Bonus For Cyclist in Tour de France:
Each cyclist collect €450 cash prize who finished from 51st position to 90th position. There is huge difference in the earnings of the cyclist who finished in top 10 positions. The next Le Tour de France race will began from (France) in the month of July. The first stage settled from French city (Noirmoutier-en-l’Île) and ended in the city of (Fontenay-le-Comte). Its a flat tract for the cyclist to race almost (195 km). From 7 July the races will began and on 29 July we have our 2018 Tour de France winner after 5 races.