A few weeks ago, we took a look at the rise of Chris Froomes to the top of the mountain and the rise in sponsorship money.
Now, we look back at the days of the Tour de France and look at some of the money that came with it.
As we all know, the Tour is the biggest race on the calendar and has become an annual fixture in the US.
That money has increased substantially since 2010, when the Tour saw a little over $5.7 million on the books.
This year, it has increased to $14.9 million.
The Tour is now worth nearly $3 billion, with the total number of races in the calendar estimated at about 200.
The money is made up of three main elements: Sponsorship, prize money and TV rights.
The Tour de Suisse brings in almost $7 million a year.
That’s the money from the Tour that’s paid to the teams and the teams pay a portion of it to the riders and then to the companies that produce the races.
The remaining money is split between the riders, teams and sponsors.
That amounts to a whopping $15.6 million a season.
In 2010, the number of teams on the Tour was just 16.
It now has nearly 200 teams, and that number has jumped by 30% in the last few years.
The teams that are involved are divided equally between the three main categories: the team that races the Tour, the team of the day and the team with the biggest sponsorship.
The average rider is paid $12,800 per race.
For the teams, that amount is about $5,000.
For most of the teams the money is spread evenly between the teams.
For some of them, the teams get a smaller portion than the riders.
For others, the money goes to the team in question, which is why some teams have more riders than others.
The biggest difference in the money paid to each of the three categories is the prize money.
Teams that win the Tour can get a lot of money.
The big winners are usually the riders who are the favorites to win the race.
That means a lot for the riders to be making more money.
However, the other teams are getting less money and have to work harder to compete for the title.
The prize money is much smaller and the difference is a bit less.
It makes sense for a team to have more money than the winner.
It also means that the winner has to spend a lot more to get it back.
This means that teams are competing for the same amount of money to win.
The money for the teams is distributed proportionately, with a few exceptions.
Team points are awarded based on how well they perform on the race, so the money for a top team is lower than that of a team with a lower ranking.
For example, a team that finishes the race at the top will get a much smaller portion of the prize, whereas a team of a lower rank will get more money if they finish the race in the top 10.
Team points are also distributed to the five teams that finish the races in their respective category.
In the case of the Vuelta, that means the team at the front will get 100 points and the others will get 50.
There is one exception: if the team wins the Tour or the Tour of Flanders, then they will get one point.
The team that is in the front in the Tour and the front of the team from the Vueltas will get all the points.
The rest of the points are split between all of the other groups.
This is to ensure that the teams that get the most points do so in a balanced manner.
There are also some rules that are specific to the Tour.
For instance, the Vuëtas teams cannot have more than one rider in the overall classification, and they cannot have three riders in the main peloton.
This rule has been used on the biggest stages of the race so far.
The other thing that makes the Tour a bit of a strange beast is that the money comes from the teams as well.
The riders have the biggest amount of the revenue and the companies pay a smaller percentage of the revenues to the athletes and their sponsors.
So, for example, if a rider wins the Vuéta he will get the same number of points as the team captain and the company that produced the Tour winner.
However the company will get $15,000 more than the rider.
If the rider wins both the Vuetas and the Tour he will only get $10,000 and that is the difference between the team’s earnings and the riders’ earnings.
When it comes to the money the teams receive, the average is $12.7 mil.
This amounts to about $1.6 billion.
The revenue from the event is a little less than half of that.
This may seem like a lot, but the teams make up for it with the prize and TV money. For many