Who Will Win the Paris-Roubaix Road Race?

April 5, 2018 April 4, 2018 Claire Aleman
Paris to Roubaix Road Race 2018

As you may be aware, it is one the 8th of April that the Paris–Roubaix event is taking place, that being   a one-day professional men’s bicycle road race which is, as always, going to being held in northern France.

From a betting points of vide this race which starts in north of Paris and and then finishes in the town of Roubaix, which is close to the border with Belgium is a popular one and is always one of the oldest and most established of races.

It is also classed as one of the monuments or as they are also referred to one of the classics of the European calendar, and those cyclists who do take part in it and do well will also be earning points towards their UCI World Ranking.

This year sees two cyclists taking part that do have an excellent chance of winning thanks to their currency form and those two cyclists are Peter Sagan who is on offer at odds of 3/1 and Greg Van Avermaet who you can currently bet on at odds of 10/3.

Most sports bettors who will be placing a bet on this race will have probably one of those two cyclists in mind as the most likely winner, however it is very true to say that any of the other ones are in with a chance of winning, and below I will let you know what their respective win odds are.

Cyclists Who Could Win the Paris-Roubaix Race

If you think that some of the other cyclists taking part in the Paris-Roubaix race do have a chance of winning this event then there are some generous odds currently available, and it will all be down to just which betting site you choose to bet at as to the odds you will be able to secure.

Those odds however can vary so please do ensure that you shop around, however having said that the best odds I have seen on some of the other riders in with a chance of winning include Niki Terpstra at 8/1 and John Degenkolb and Philippe Gilbert who are generally both on offer at odds of at 10/1.

Some other likely winnings do of course include Sep Vanmarcke and Zdenek Stybar who are currently trading at around the at 12/1 mark, but I would certainly not put you off betting on Gianni Moscon at or Alexander Kristoff who are both available at most betting sites at odds of some 16/1.

You may fancy the chances of Edvald Boasson Hagen and if so then try and secure the best odds on him winning which for reference are at 18/1, but keep in mind that Jasper Stuyven at 20/1 align with both Ian Stannard and Arnaud Demare at 25/1 could also win this event and take it in their stride too.

Outsiders to Win the Paris-Roubaix Race

The odds on one of the not yet mentioned cyclists taking part in this cycling event are going to be high and appealing, wand with that in mind let me know give you an idea of what their respective odds are.

Tony Martin does appear to have a small chance of winning this cycling event for his odds are currently at 33/1, and you will also be able to get the exact same odds of 33/1 on Oliver Naesen, Luke Durbridge at 33/1 and Geraint Thomas at 33/1 too.

Edward Theuns and Dylan Van Baarle are not without their chances either and you should have no difficulties securing odds currently of 40/1, in fact if you fancy having a bet on Luke Rowe then he too is available at odds of 40/1.

Jurgen Roelandts, Yves Lampaert, Lars Boom may not be your first choice of winner in this event but either way their respective odds for reference are at 50/1, and Andre Greipel, Jens Keukeleire and Matteo Trentin and are all 66/1 too!

Daniel Oss and Davide Cimolai are 80/1 and you are going to get odds of 100/1 if you are prepared to place your money on the likes of Bert De Backer, Adrien Petit and Jens Debuscchere!

Odds of a huge 125/1 are on offer on Sebastian Langeveled, Jempy Drucker and Matthew Hayman and the two final and not yet mentioned cycylists who appear to have very little chance of winning his event if their odds of 125/1 are to be taken at face value include Danny van Poppel and Florian Senechal!

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Claire Aleman


Claire Aleman has been with us from the start and is passionate about fair gaming, and asking those in charge very challenging questions, and questions they tend not to want to be asked.

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