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A plug for a great cycling tipping service

Year on year Wheeliebets (www.wheeliebets.com) continues to improve its service and the results are obvious. Massive returns on investments compared to other tipsters not only in cycling but across other mainstream sports.

Not only is Wheeliebets the least expensive professional cycling service, it's also the longest standing with results backed up and independently verified. You can have confidence in a service that provides direct tipping to your phone, an in-play service, a free-to-view blog with previews of all races as well as the premium inside knowledge of those on the professional circuit.

Let's see can we beat our numbers from last year as shown hereunder

Points Staked 683

Points Returned 898

Annual Profit in Points 215

Annual Return on Investment - 134% (Returns/Stake) - that's based on a season of 9 months

A Euro per point on all bets made you €215 overall, think about that - imagine you had a tenner per point on.........

For £25 per month, it makes sense to subscribe.

See results from 2014 here

DISCLAIMER - in return for this post I receive the service at a substantial discount. I believe it is a great service because it is a niche sport where expertise and hard work into the research pays off, subscribers learn a lot from the previews alone and the service is comprehensive. And most importantly, it is profitable!

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