Cycling Betting Odds
Between stage races, one-day classics and world championships, bwin offers you plenty of opportunities to place bets on cycling. The 2022 season promises to be an exciting one for punters.
The Deceuninck-Quick Step team has the most wins in 2021, with 25 World Tour victories ahead of Jumbo-Visma. For cyclists, the two Slovenians Tadej Pogacar and Primoz Roglic are the only two to have passed the ten win mark. So naturally, Slovenia is the country that has won the most, ahead of Belgium and the Netherlands.
Whether you place a bet before the race or you make live bets based on the movement of the peloton, our online sports betting site will offer you all the best races of the season.
Betting on the Grand Tours
The Giro d'Italia, the Tour de France and the Vuelta are the three biggest cycling tours. These events bring together the best cyclists such as Slovenian Tadej Pogacar, who has won the last two editions of the Grand Loop, which is the reference race par excellence. The Tour de France is the only category 1, while the Tour of Italy and Spain are category 2. Make a Tour de France 2022 bet now, or check out the Giro d'Italia odds.
For these events, bwin offers you to bet on the winners of each day, be it the high mountain stages on gravel roads or the winners of the individual time trial. You can also bet on the other classifications such as the best sprinter, the best climber or the best World Tour team, in addition to the one who will win the general classification.
Recommended Bets on Cycling
Cyclists' peak form cannot last throughout the season. Teams need to plan as best they can who will be in shape to shine in one or more events. As a recommended bet, it is essential to look at who is coming into form. In the weeks leading up to the race you want to bet on, you should check the performance of the cyclists and their teams.
As the season progresses, those who have not yet won will be thirsty for victory, and every new day offers a chance to redeem themselves. Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel are the two superchampions of the one-day classics peloton. Thirteen wins for the Belgian in 2021 and 8 for the Dutchman.
With no obligation to participate, the World Tour teams are automatically invited to the 35 events scheduled for 2022. In addition to that, the 19 UCI ProTeam teams, which correspond to the second division, are fighting to complete the peloton, depending on whether they ride at home or away, two places are also available for races abroad.