2.15.1 The outcome of a cycling bet is based on the first published official results. If a competition has to be reduced in duration or interrupted due to weather conditions, bets will be settled according to published official results.

2.15.2 If a match is officially postponed or suspended, the bets related to it will remain valid if the match is held by midnight on the third day. In case of betting on partial results or other events related to competitions, the bet is still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.

2.15.3 If one of the selected cyclists does not participate in the race concerned, all bets related will be void.

2.15.4 Market types

  • Winner

You have to predict that the selected cyclist will win the competition.

If the "Other" selection is offered, will be considered as a group including all the runners that are not listed in the initial list of participants.

  • Best of the Group

You have to predict the cyclist who, in each group, will get the best placement at the end of the competition.

Bets on the Best of the Group, related to a cyclist who does not participate in the competition or retires, are considered as lost.
If all cyclists listed in the group retire or do not take part in the competition, bets on the Best of the Group will be refunded.
  • 1st and 2nd

You have to predict which competitors will complete the event in 1st and 2nd positions, in the exact order.

  • Podium

You have to predict which cyclist will reach the podium (1st, 2nd or 3rd position).

  • Top 6

You have to predict that the selected cyclist will complete the race in the first 6 positions.

  • Top 10

You have to predict that the selected cyclist will complete the race in the top 10 positions.

  • Head to Head

You have to predict which of the two contestants specified in the bet will get the best placement in the event.

Bets are valid if both cyclists participate in the event and at least one of the two completes it.

  • Team Winner

You have to predict which team is the winner of the race (or stage). Any retirements before the race (or stage) will not be taken into consideration.

  • Number of Laps Won

You have to predict how many laps will win the selected cyclist. In the event of an ex-aequo in one or more stages, the game will be considered as won for all purposes. If a cyclist retires before the start of the first stage, all related bets will be void.

  • Antepost

All markets related to the "Antepost" Cycling section they have to be considered as there is no official start list, therefore it may vary at the start of the race. For this reason, all "Antepost" markets do not take into account what is stated in Articles 3-4 of the Cycling Section (Rules for Pre-Race) for settlement purposes. So, if a cyclist selected within the Antepost Cycle section retires, the bet will be considered valid and settled as lost, while the rest of the offered selections will be settled at the combined odds.