The savviest of sports bettors are always going to be prepared to bet well in advance of any major sporting event actually starting, for if they do have a good idea of what the most likely outcome of any sporting event is going to be, the odds available to them on the early betting markets can be very appealing.
That is certainly going to be the case for anybody who does enjoy watching cycling races and tournaments, for right now the Tour de France 2018 early betting markets have all sprung to life at many different betting sites, and as such you can secure some quite generous and appealing odds if you are willing to bet nice and early on that event.
However, it will of course be up to you just which rider or riders you do back, and next years running of the event could see any rider winning it if over the next 12 months he finds his very best form.
But as far as which riders are currently attracting the most support from punters backing on the early ante post betting markets they include Geraint Thomas at 2/1, Chris Froome at 9/4 and also Tom Dumoulin at 5/2 too.
Lower the Risk with an Each-Way Bet
When betting on a rider to win the Tour de France in 2019 outright if he doesn’t win then your bet will of course lose, and for a slightly lower level of bet you could also make use of the each-way betting markets also available at any of our top rated and approved sports betting sites.
By doing so and backing for example Primoz Roglic at 9/2, Richie Porte at 8/1, Vincenzo Nibali at 20/1 or taking the 25/1 odds currently up for grabs on Nairo Quintana or Miguel Angel Lopez when betting each way, if they finish in the top three positions the place part of such a bet will return pay-out odds of one quarter the win odds, so there is some value to be had betting each way right now for sure!
Lots of Additional Betting Opportunities
With so many riders that are going to be taking part in next year’s 2019 running of the Tour de France you should spend a little bit of time doing your research as to which is any of the outsiders and lesser fancied riders have the ability of winning his event if they do improve on this year’s form.
As such and with that in mind there could be the chance you fancy backing Mikel Landa at his current high odds of 28/1 or even betting on riders such as Egan Arley Bernal and Simon Yates at 33/1, any of whom could win this event next year.
For bigger returns but on some slightly riskier bets I would advise you to consider placing bet on Rigoberto Uran, Romain Bardet and Fabio Aru at 40/1 for any of them may come out on top next year and win at those high odds available right now!