World Superbike Betting Odds


superbikeThe Superbike World Championship (SBK, WSB or WSBK) is a racing championship for superbikes. It started in 1988 and features a series of rounds with two races per round in which motorcycle racers compete for the number 1 spot. The results of both races are combined to determine the two World Championships, one for riders and one for manufacturers.

Unlike the MotoGP where the bikes are purpose-built, the Superbike racing championship features tuned (modified) versions of bikes. In simpler terms, the MotoGP is an equivalent of the Formula One, while the Superbike Championship shares more similarities with touring car racing.

The main market and center for the Superbike Championship is Europe, although there were races held in the USA, Australia, and Asia in the past. The SBK is regulated by FIM and sponsored by Dorna Sports since 2013.

Top Bookmakers for WSBK Betting

Season Date: 22 February – 26 October

World Superbike 2019 Betting and Odds Preview

World Superbike Betting Odds
Jonathan Rea

With the 2019 season running, and after a great fight between Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu yesterday, the point table is in favour of Alvaro Bautista and the Ducati, but nothing is finished yet, Jonathan Rea (along with the other riders) is still hungry for victory, and spectators are in for some really exciting races in the months to come.

Let’s see what the bookies offer for the World Superbike 2019 Championship.


10betLondon-based 10bet became a popular bookmaker since their establishment in 2003. Payment options are quite good – the main banking methods, debit cards are available, but it is a sure positive that Paypal and other e-wallet facilities such as Skrill, Neteller or EcoPay are accessible as well.

10bet favours the four-time Superbike champion, Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea with odds of 28/11 and while he’s not leading the pack at the moment of writing, there are still five races to go until the season finale.

Alvaro Bautista has an odds of 2/7 at 10bet, while Leon Haslam follows with 60/1.

Royal Panda

royal pandaRoyal Panda complemented their already successful online casino with a sportsbook and as an established brand they are always ready to accept new UK players. Their sportmarkets are somewhat less extensive, but it’s good to know that they accept e-wallets like Skrill, Neteller or pre-paid cards like paysafecard while also accepting major debit or credit cards – not to mention that a welcome offer of £100.00 as a matched deposit could be also attractive for most bettors.

Last year’s champion Jonathan Rea is the favourite at Royal Panda as well, with odds of 5/2, with Ducati rider Alvaro Bautista being the runner-up with the odds of 2/7.

It is probable that this year’s champion will be either Rea or Bautista, but both Kawasaki rider Leon Haslam and Yamaha rider Alex Lowe are featured with the odds of 50/1 for being the first one at the end of season at Royal Panda.

World Superbike 2018 Betting and Odds Preview

This year’s edition is already underway. Defending champion Jonathan Rea looks to continue his dominance in the championship having previously won 4 titles in a row (2015. 2016, 2017, and 2018). However, Rea has surprisingly lost this season’s first race to Ducati’s Alvaro Bautista. For those who don’t read WSBK news often, Bautista is a newcomer in the WSBK who’s widely expected to mount a title challenge against the untouchable English rider this year.


The site formerly known as Bet on Brazil was reborn in 2017 as SportNation. Since then, they have managed to attract thousands of punters thanks to their great offer for newcomers and constant specials for their most loyal customers. The site allows you to bet on almost any sport you can think of and has a variety of markets as well, including betting on the SBK.

After one race, Bautista and Rea are at the top of the list of favourites with 10/11. Those odds offer great value, but many experts can’t separate both riders, and we agree. Maybe the smartest idea is to place an equal bet on both – that way you’ll profit no matter who gets the trophy.

Below Bautista and the current champ, the other riders aren’t given great chances of winning the WSBK. Leon Haslam is placed third at 8/1, Alex Lowes is fourth with odds of 16/1, while Italian rider Marco Melandri who won third place in this year’s first race is available at 21/1.

You can bet on all these riders, of course, but our money would be on Bautista and Rea. The title fight will obviously be between them.


Mansion Bet has built up a stellar reputation as one of the best online casinos in the world and now they’re looking to do the same with their sportsbook section as well. The site has a great variety of sports and markets to bet on. MansionBet also has a nice welcome offer – they will give you a 50% bonus on your first bet (up to £50) which is an offer you shouldn’t miss.

The WSBK is part of MansionBet’s offer, with the bookie offering outright winner odds on all riders. Jonathan Rea and Alvaro Bautista are still inseparable at the top spot – MansionBet gives them both odds of 10/11. Haslam and Lowes come next with 8/1 and 16/1 respectively, while Melandri currently sits fifth with odds of 21/1.

The unlikeliest winners of this year’s WSBK are Alessandro Delbianco and Troy Herfoss, both standing at 3000/1. Placing a bet on either Bautista or Rea (or both of them) sounds like a good idea. It will almost double your investment, which isn’t bad for such heavy favourites.


Aiming to bring American sports closer to the British punter, RedZoneSports is a new successful bookmaker that offers enticing odds in different markets. If you’re new to the site, we strongly suggest taking a look at their promotions page – the bookie runs great deals regularly. RedZoneSports offers a great number of sports to bet on, world superbikes champ odds included.

There are no changes when it comes to the top WSBK favourites at Red Zone Sports. Bautista and Rea are still the main favourites available at 10/11. There are no changes down the list either – Haslam, Lowes, and Melandri are next with odds of 8/1, 16/1, and 21/1.

The riders below them are almost out of the title race if bookies are to be believed. Former champion Tom Sykes is 6th on the list with 27/1. Chaz Davies, Rea’s most dangerous opponent in the past few years, shares the same odds. Ryuichi Kiyonari is given outsider odds of 1500/1, while Italian Alessandro Delbianco is stuck in the mud with 3000/1.


Letou is a newcomer on the British online betting market, although it was quite popular in Asia before it. The site is known as the main shirt sponsor of Premier League team Swansea City A.F.C. It offers a variety of sports and markets to wager on regular promotions for its most loyal punters.

The World Superbike Championship is one of the sports in Letou’s impressive offer. The Asian bookie offers betting in the outright winner market, giving Alvaro Bautista and Jonathan Rea the biggest chances of winning the title (11/10). Rea’s team colleague Leon Haslam stands at 8/1, while Alex Lowes is behind him at 16/1. Marco Melandri is available at 21/1, odds that don’t really inspire belief in the Italian rider.

At least he’s not Leandro Mercado or Alessandro Delbianco – the Argentine and Italian riders are available at 700/1 and 3000/1 respectively.


TLCBet is a betting site found in 2010 which was primarily focused on Asian markets in the beginning. It has since spread to European markets, offering popular sports for European punters. TLCBet has a sportsbook sign-up offer which gives you a bonus of up to £30 after you make 6 qualifying bets. The bookie also runs promotions and specials for different sports events you should definitely take a look at.

The SBK is among the many sports in TLCBet’s offer. The bookie offers odds in the outright winner market, with Rea and Bautista spearheading the list at 10/11. Bookies and experts can’t seem to decide between the two riders, pushing everyone else on the brink of outsiders. Leon Haslam comes closest at 8/1, while Lowes and Melandri are available at 16/1 and 21/1.

Further down the list, former champion Sykes and the tough Chaz Davies are available at 27/1, while Herfoss is stuck at the bottom with odds of 3000/1.

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