CYCLING BETTING TIPS
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Cycling Betting Tips
In recent years, with the success of British cyclists Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish and Chris Froome, cycling has enjoyed a major increase in its awareness and popularity among the general public. With this new found attention and media coverage, also comes more attention from the bookmaking industry. Cycling, now has more events priced up per season than ever before, with even non UCI World Tour events being priced. In a sport where races can be very difficult for the compilers to price accurately and where a small piece of new regarding a particular cyclist can affect prices to a massive degree, this bodes very well for the shrewder cycling punter.
The season runs from The Tour Down Under each January through to its traditional season climax at the Giro Di Lombardia in October. https://sportsbettingforprofit.com will cover all major races through-out the season, both one-day classic and grand tours, offering in-detail previews with recommended bets of a variety of markets.
The spring one-day classics such as Milan-San Remo, Tour Of Flanders and Paris Roubaix are fantastic betting races where the betting markets are plentiful, yet still very naïve and offer great opportunities for our subscribers to beat the market.
For the three grand tours, (The Giro D’Italia, Tour De France and Vuelta a Espana), SBFP will offer subscriber’s a wealth of information and analysis with an in-depth look at many
of the main outright markets such as ‘Tour Winner’, ‘King Of The Mountains’, ‘Points Classification’ and ‘Team Classification’. In addition to these outright markets, we will also offer our clients daily previews for all 21 individual stages of three grand tours. As well as all the season’s road cycling, there will be detailed coverage of any track cycling the bookmakers may price. With over 120 days of top racing due to take place in the next season, there will be a multitude of recommended bets throughout the year. If you haven’t already, sign up today and lets beat the bookies. Please feel free to check our results page for a full review of bets advised to date.