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With the start of the Tour de France just 36hrs away, it's time to point you in the right direction of a very shrewd cycling judge. For excellent in-depth previews of major cycling events, @wheelie1977 is the man to follow.

Alongside his regular stage and race outright previews, his latest extension into h2h betting has started with great results, +25% ROI for June from the Dauphine Libere and the Tour de Suisse. Check out his website for more details. All bets and previews are sent out to subscribers well before they go up on the website. Cycling markets are not deep in liquidity, it really is the early bird catches the worm. Thankfully there's regularly enough room for decent price moves before the value is completely gone. Tour de France previews across most markets are already out to Members but most won't go on site for the public for a few more days.

Anyone signing up to Wheeliebets and mentions this blog gets a 12.5% discount as well and first 10 get the remainder of the season for €47.50 which works out at about €14 per month until October 31st and includes

The Vuelta
World Championships
Classic races - Lombardy, San Sebastian, GP Quebec & Montreal
Stage races such as Eneco Tour


Cycling betting isn't just about the Tour de France these days, it's so much more!



*DISCLAIMER* I do receive this service at a considerable discount, but after backing Gerrans at 33/1 to win Stage 2 of the Tour Down Under this year, I'd still be in front even if I'd paid full price.

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Twitter: @weekndkngracing
Facebook: /weekendking


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