Cycling Betting

     Cycling betting odds are the most popular on events like the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a Espana. Other events such as the Paris-Roubaix and the Giro di Lombardia also attract attention from gamblers who like cycling betting.


Cycling betting has many classic races in addition to the ones previous mentioned. The Tour de France gets all the headlines but other races like the Ronde van Vlaanderen also have exciting cycling odds. The World Championships are also intriguing in cycling betting. The main events of the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and the World Cycling Championships are considered the Triple Crown of cycling. Only two riders in history have won the Triple Crown, Eddy Merckx in 1974 and Stephen Roche in 1987.

This year's Tour de France got underway on July 4th and concluded on July 26th. The race is made up of 21 stages covering a distance of 3,360.3 kilometers. There are 10 flat stages, 7 mountain stages, 1 medium mountain stage, 2 individual time trials and 1 team time trial. The favorites in cycling betting for this year's race were Nibali, Contador, Quintana, and Roome. Those are the four favorites in cycling betting odds for the 2015 Tour de France.

The Ronde van Vlaanderen or Tour of Flanders as it is also know is held in Flanders, Belgium each spring and really begins the cycling betting season in early April. It is held a week before Paris-Roubaix. The race is part of the UCI ProTour and is the most important race in Belgium. The race was won by Alexander Kristoff. He defeated Niki Teprstra, while Greg Van Avermaet took third place in the race.

The Liège-Bastogne-Liège, also known as the La Doyenne is one of the five Classic style races on the cycling betting schedule and is run in late April. It is held in the Ardennes of Belgium and goes from Liege to Bastogne and back. The race was part of the UCI Road World Cup. Alejandro Valverde Belmonte won the 2015 race.

When Betting on Cycling, You Can Get There Froome Here

Betting 2017 Tour de France UpdatePeople betting on cycling à propos of the 2017 Tour de France have not been disappointed by three-time winner of the competition and defending champion Christopher 'Chris' Clive Froome, who is on his quest for a threepeat. Froome has yet to win a stage but why bother winning battles when you can win the war (six cyclists have won the Tour without winning a stage in the past, as recently as 2006). For example, the British cycling betting favorite finished stage 5 on Wednesday third behind Fabio Aru and Dan Martin, but his overall time of 18h 38' 59" allowed him to strip teammate Geraint Thomas of the yellow jersey the Welsh had been wearing as leader of the general classification for the previous four stages.

Tour de France Cycling Betting: Froome Here to Eternity

2017 Tour de France Cycling BettingChris Froome is among the cycling betting favorites to win the upcoming 2017 Tour de France. His feet are taped to the bicycle on this one. But he's not the only one. That's why people betting on cycling call it a peloton. 

The 2017 Dubai Tour Online Sports Betting Favorites

2017 Dubai Tour OddsGerman racing cyclist Marcel Kittel is arguably the online sports betting favorite to win the Dubai Tour for the second time in a row. The Quick-Step Floors sprinter won the first stage on January 3st. The Teutonic rider completed the 181 km (112 mi) in 4h 06' 33", 3" ahead of Dutch Dylan Groenewegen. As a result, Kittel is currently donning the general classification blue jersey as well as the points classification red jersey. Must get awfully hot biking through the desert with two jerseys on. Hopefully those garments have names on their backs, because in the desert no one remembers your name.

Cycling Betting Odds Favorites to Win 2016 Tour De France

2016 Tour De France Betting Favorites at SBG Global SportsbookThe cycling betting odds favorites to win the 2016 Tour De France have their feet taped to the bicycle on this one, but only one can win, who will it be?

The 2016 Tour de France Route Has Been Previewed

Tour de France logoIt’s far too early to figure out who could win the 2016 Tour de France. Chris Froome, the winner of the last Tour, has a +105 line to win it all with Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde, the second and third place finishers, respectively having +200 and +4500 betting odds to win.

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