Bradley Wiggins has been one of the UK's most successful cyclists in recent years, winning gold in the Athens Olympics His outspoken condemnation of performance-enhancing drugs in the Tour de France brought him huge publicity and credit A charismatic figure in cycling, he is an inspiration to all who follow the sport Published in the aftermath of the Beijing Olympics when he will be challenging for three gold medals
Bradley Wiggins is the Olympic gold-medal winning cyclist who has achieved all there is to achieve in his sport. After his outspoken comments on drug taking in the Tour de France in 2007, he is now focusing on the Beijing Olympics in 2008.
the autobiography of one of British cycling's true greats is an authentic account of hard knocks, tough times and a surprising amount of alcohol. - TIME OUT