Binck Bank Tour

Updated for the 2019 edition

On this page you can find all sorts of historical Binck Bank Tour cycling statistics. This page is permanently under construction and will be expanded and improved with more cycling statistics and visualizations. If you are interested in cycling betting don’t forget to check out our predictions page. The 2019 Binck Bank Tour predictions will be published once the startlist is (almost) final.

Most figures and tables below should be self explanatory. For some we provide some additional explanation. If you still have questions don’t hesitate to send us a tweet or email.

Race details

country
edition
45th
class
2.UWT
start
Monday August 12, 2019
end
Sunday August 18, 2019
stages
7
ITT
TBD
TTT
TBD
race length
TBD km
2018 winner
Matej Mohorič
twitter
@BinckBankTour
website

Most frequent participants

Figure 1: Most Binck Bank Tour participations since 2012. Only the top 20 riders are shown.

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Most stage wins

Figure 2: Most Binck Bank Tour stage wins since 2012. Only the top 20 riders are shown.

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Most top 10 classifications

Figure 3: Most Binck Bank Tour stage top 10 positions since 2012. Only the top 20 riders are shown.

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Most stage wins by country

Figure 4: Most Binck Bank Tour stage wins since 2012 by country.

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Most top 10 classifications by country

Figure 5: Most Binck Bank Tour stage top 10 positions since 2012 by country. Only the top 20 countries are shown.

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General classification winners

Figure 6: Binck Bank Tourclassifications winners since 2012. GC=general classification, PC=points classification, YC=youth classification and MC=mountain classification.

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Cumulative number of abandoned riders

Figure 7: The cumulative number of abandoned riders over the Binck Bank Tour stages since 2012, excluding Team Time Trials (TTT).

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Position GC winner stage-by-stage

Figure 8: Position in GC through the stages for Binck Bank Tour winners since 2012.

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In our last analysis, shown in Figure 8, we take a look at how the GC winner moves within the GC as the race matures. The figure is a bit complex, but what you see is the following:

  • The horizontal axis shows each stage of the race, the vertical axis is the time difference with respect to the GC leader after each stage.

  • Each line is the overall GC winner from 2012 up to now. So from each year there is one name.

  • The height of the line shows the lead (negative values) or the lag of the GC winner from stage 1 until the end. If the dot is above 0 the GC winner is still behind, once the dot is below zero the GC winner is in the lead. The further below zero it gets the larger the gap with the runnerup in the general classification.

  • The figure is interactive so by hovering over the dots you can see the exact details and the full GC top 3.