Betting on Cycling
World Championships 2017 Time Trial Predictions 24/09/17
Road Race: Bergen→ Bergen
World Championships Road Race Profile
World Championships Road Race Odds
World Championships Road Race Preview
The last big race of the season is the World Championship Road Race and the streets of Bergen will be jam packed on Sunday. You can watch it live on BBC2 from 13.00. This 267km race has a hilly profile and the defending champ Peter Sagan is clear favourite to retain his crown. However, he has been suffering with illness this week and he may not be 100% so his price looks a shade skinny.
One man that looks overpriced is Olympic Road Race champ Greg Van Avermaet. The Belgian rider comes into this contest in peak condition and he thinks the course is going to suit his style. We agree with him and he has the credentials to go very close in this race. He has a decent sprint finish if required and he should be there or thereabouts at the business end. We think he looks a big price at 14/1 with Coral and he is our each way selection.
World Championships 2017 Road Race Prediction: Greg Van Avermaet e/w @ 14/1 Coral
Here at Mybettingbonus you will find the very best free football and horse racing tips. However, it doesn’t stop there and from now on we will be providing expert tips and analysis for all the biggest cycling events. From the Tour de France to the Tour Down Under we will have it covered. Our experts will provide free cycling betting tips for all the major meetings.
Cycling is a tremendously demanding sport physically, and it takes different attributes to win different races. When the terrain is flat the sprinters flourish, but in the mountains the climbers come to the fore. For the big Tours the best all-rounders in the business usually fight it out for honours, and Chris Froome is the current man to beat.
Betting On Cycling Odds
Two of the best bookmakers to use when betting on cycling are Bet365 and Paddy Power. They provide a wide range of markets, loads of enhancements and promotions, and their prices are always very competitive. Whether you want to back someone ante-post in the Tour de France, or to win a stage at the Giro D’Italia, then Bet365 and Paddy Power are the bookies to use.
Not only are their betting on cycling odds some of the best around, they are also excellent on other sports like darts, snooker and cricket. Other bookmakers like Ladbrokes and Coral are worth checking out for their betting on cycling offerings too, as they also cover most of the big races and grand tours. So, when it comes to betting on cycling there are plenty of options but we think Bet365 and Paddy Power are best.
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How To Bet On Cycling
Betting on cycling online gives you a wide range of options, and the huge amount of markets can be daunting. The ante-post markets for the big races like the Tour de France and Giro D’Italia are formed well in advance. Paddy Power are already offering odds on Stage 1 of the Tour de France on July 1st, and you can bet win or each way.
Closer to the event there will be a lot more betting options, including match betting and team betting. You can also bet on the winner of the different classifications, for example the King Of The Mountains or the Green Jersey. If you open an account with Paddy Power, you can even bet on the number of finishers in the Tour De France.
Before you risk any money betting on cycling, it makes sense to do plenty of research. If time is of the essence you should check our betting on cycling tips, as you can rest assured that we have researched our tips thoroughly. We will also ensure that you get the best price with our tips, as we always recommend the bookie offering the biggest odds.
Where To Bet On Cycling
As we have already outlined, the two bookies with the best reputation for cycling betting are Bet365 and Paddy Power. Not only do they have a good selection of markets, if the race is shown live on TV they offer in running betting too. So, if your original selection falls or looks as though he or she is struggling, you can get on again after the race has begun.
However, you shouldn’t just narrow it down to those two, as there are other bookies that offer betting on cycling. We have extensive reviews on all the biggest bookmakers, so make sure you have a look at those first. Ladbrokes have a decent amount of markets available on cycling, as do Skybet. In fact, they are worth checking out for the big Tours, as they usually offer excellent specials on Team Sky.
Where To Bet On Cycling - Key Tips
- We recommend Paddy Power and Bet365 for all your cycling betting requirements.
- Don’t limit yourself to those two though, and check out our bookmaker reviews.
- Cycling Paddy Power: Competitive prices, wide range of markets, in running betting.
- Cycling Bet365: Big Odds, excellent sign up bonus, in play betting.
- Skybet are worth checking out for their brilliant Team Sky promotions.
How To Bet On Cycling - Key Tips
- For the big races get on as early as possible ante-post, as prices usually shorten the closer the race gets.
- There will be a much bigger range of betting options nearer to the start of the race, so choose your bet wisely.
- If you do your research it is possible to find lots of each way value.
- Shop around as some bookies may offer an extra place each way at the big races.
- Make sure you check back here for regularly updated cycling tips for all the major Tours.
Giro D’Italia Betting Odds And Tips
This is the first Grand Tour of the season and it will start in the South and finish in the Alps in the North. Starting on the 5th of May in Sardinia, the race will finish with a time trial in Milan. It is the 100th edition of the Giro this year, so there will be a superb atmosphere with the home crowd roaring on home favourite Vincenzo Nibali. The dual champ is a best price of 6/1 with Bet365, with Quintana the clear fav at 5/4 with Paddy Power.
The little Colombian has only entered this great race once, and he won it with some scintillating rides in the Alps. The course really suits him, and he is also five years younger than 32 year old Nibali. Team Sky may have dominated the Tour de France in recent years, but they have yet to win this one. They didn’t even have a rider in the top 10 last year, and with no Froome in his way we think Quintana is a rock solid favourite and he should be backed.
Giro D'Italia Winners
Giro D’Italia Ante-Post Betting Tip-Nairo Quintana @ 5/4 Paddy Power
Tour De France Betting Odds And Tips
Forget the Olympics, when it comes to cycling the Tour de France is the one that every cyclist dreams of winning. This is a race that pushes the competitors to the limits of human endurance, and four men have died trying to finish it. Some of the mountain stages are absolutely gruelling, and it takes a special sort of masochist to withstand the pain and punishment of the Tour for three long weeks.
The Tour de France usually consists of 21 stages, with a mix between flat, mountainous and time trials. It starts on July 1st in Dusseldorf with a 13km time trial, and it ends in Paris three weeks later. Tony Martin is the current 7/4 favourite with Paddy Power to delight the German fans with a win in the opening stage. He is an out and out time trial specialist, and his biggest threats look to be Dumoulin and Dennis.
In the ante-post market with Bet365 Chris Froome is the hot favourite, and he is just 4/6 with them. He is a best price of 6/5 with Paddy Power, and as he is skipping the Giro D’Italia he could be a tough nut to crack. His team has been rocked by accusations of doping, but he has won it for three of the last for years and it is hard to see who can topple him, if he is at his best.
One man that could outperform his odds is Frenchman Romain Bardet. The 26 year old rider is an excellent all round performer, and he is strong in the mountains especially. He chased home Chris Froome in the Tour de France last year, and there is every chance he will be even stronger in 2017. He can be backed at odds of 20/1 with Ladbrokes, and at that price he is well worth backing each way.
Tour de France Winners
Tour De France Ante Post Betting Tip: Romain Bardet e/w @ 20/1 Ladbrokes
Cycling World Championship Odds And Betting Tips
This elite road race is held in a different city every year on a changing style of track. All round maestro Peter Sagan has won it the last two years running, and this year he will be trying to complete the hat-trick in Bergen, Norway. Starting on the 17th of September it will run for a week, and we will have Cycling World Championship tips up as soon as odds are available.
Tour Of Britain Odds And Betting Tips
Although this may not be the most prestigious race of them all, it is still one well worth winning. Big names like Bradley Wiggins and Edvald Boasson-Hagen have won this before, and Steve Cummings delighted the home crowd with a win in 2016. This year’s race starts on the 3rd of September and finishes on the 10th. There are no odds up for this race as of yet, but check back here closer to the start for our exclusive expert tips.
Tour Down Under Odds And Betting Tips
While most of us are recovering from Xmas in early January, elite cyclists head to Australia. The Tour Down Under is the first big road race of the season, and it runs for five days. Richie Porte won it for the Aussies in 2017, and it is a race they have dominated in recent seasons. As soon as odds are available, check back here for our Tour Down Under tip.