The 22-year-old Colombian earned slightly more than €520,000 for his work during the Tour, counting his prizes for the overall victory, best young rider jersey and two days in yellow. His total and overall runner-up Geraint Thomas' €200,000 purse drove the Team Ineos take for the three weeks to €799,200, well above runner-up Jumbo-Visma at €203,400.
Bernal won €500,00 for the overall victory, plus €500 for each of the two days he wore the yellow jersey. All other wearers of the yellow jersey got €300 for each day, with Julian's Alaphilippe taking the lion's share of that load at 14 days. The Frenchman also earned €20,000 as the overall most combative rider.
Stage winners at the 2019 Tour de France got €11,000, with daily prizes going to 20 places deep. Intermediate sprints pay out as well, with each winner taking in €1,500, second €1,000 and third €500.
Jumbo-Visma's Steven Kruijswijk got €100,000 for third overall, and GC payouts actually went 160 riders deep, with riders 20 through 160 getting an even €1,000.
Points classification leader Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) and mountains classification leader Roman Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale) each earned €25,000 to go along with their green and polka dot jerseys, while Bernal brought in another €20,000 as the race's best young rider. Movistar took home the €50,000 prize for top team.
KOMs in the mountains classification paid out based on category. Winners of HC ascents got €800, category 1 got €650, category 2 got €500, category 3 got €300 and category 4 got €200. There was a special payout for the first riders up the Col du Tourmalet [stage 14] and Col de l’Iseran [stage 19], with each getting €5,000.
Each day's most combative rider also got €2,000 while the day's best young rider got €500.
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Team Ineos||799,200 €|
|11||AG2R La Mondiale||55,140|
|12||EF Education First||41,710|
|13||Wanty-Gobert Cycling Team||34,940|
|16||Astana Pro Team||24,250|
|17||UAE Team Emirates||22,930|
|19||Cofidis, Solutions Credits||21,170|
|20||Team Dimension Data||19,300|
|22||Total Direct Energie||17,760|
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