Team Profile: Tudor Pro Cycling

Team Profile: Tudor Pro Cycling

Tudor Pro Cycling is a UCI Pro level professional team (so one level below World Tour). They're mainly known as Swiss team with the owner being past cyclist Fabien Cancellara. Tudor their sponsor, is a well known watch maker, and provides the timing support for multiple cycling events.

Good, now that the preliminaries are out of the way, let's dig in. Tudor has made a splash recently at the Tour de Hongrie, with one of their key general classification (GC) leaders, Yannis Voissard, pulling out the win on stage four and finishing third on GC.

We won't brag that much but we had Voissard to win at 67.00 on stage four (and also an each way for overall) and feel pretty stoked about it. To be fair, he was given some leeway by the GC leaders but that doesn't make the feat any less impressive.

Nice Saturday payday for us.

They had previously had a good showing at the Tour de Romandie, with Voissard finishing 18th in the overall competition. In the prologue they had five top fifty performances, with Joel Suter in 6th, Arthur Kluckers in 11th, Alexander Kamp in 30th, Voissard in 34th, and S├ębastien Reichenbach in 46th.

This illustrates not only that they have a good time trial setup, but that their team is young. We're big believers that age plays into good time trial results given they seem to care more about their CdA (aerodynamic drag coefficient).

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The backing of former cyclists also seem to help these Pro level teams. Eolo Kometa, another Pro level team, is backed by past professional cyclists Alberto Contador and Ivan Basso.

Eolo recently had a huge win on stage seven of the Giro with Davide Bais taking the top slot after a rather boring (but exciting for the breakaway riders) stage. Cancellara, Contador and Basso clearly both want their teams to reach World Tour level, and we believe their insight will probably help them reach it.

Davide Bais accepts his win for stage 7 of the Giro d'Italia 2023

Overall though you should be looking at Tudor (and potentially Eolo) for some great value picks on the betting markets in the coming months. They're still not mainstream enough to garner the short odds, but they should be.

Voissard accepting his win for stage four of Tour de Hongrie 2023