Bradley Wiggins: My Time: An Autobiography

My Time - Bradley Wiggins, William Fotheringham The is the follow on book to I Pursuit of Glory, and covers his 2011 / 2012 campaign to win the Tour de France. He also covers the Olympics with the disappointment in the road race, and then the Time Trial success.It was written with William Fotheringham, an experienced cycling writer, and he brings his experience to the book.I really enjoyed it, but then I am a huge Wiggo fan, and have been for a number of years. He is a driven, outspoken and a dedicated man. Not only to his sport, but to family, friends and his team. He is also one of the most recent exceptional British cyclists, along with Hoy and Pendleton, and proof that the philosophy that British cycling applies to its athlete development works.

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