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Bradley Wiggins: My Story In , Bradley Wiggins became the first ever British cyclist to win the Tour de France Ten days later he became Britain s most decorated OlympianFollow Wiggo on his remarkable journey from childhood to cycling champion, national hero and knighthood Contains fascinating facts, maps, diagrams and photographs

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  • 22 March 2019
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15 thoughts on “Bradley Wiggins: My Story

  1. says:

    if you want a decent read about winning the tour with your team and being part of that team and what it takes read Geraint s book or Froomeys, guys who know what it takes as they dragged others there and much in depth and interesting Brad unfortunately confirms how he comes across in life, it s all about him, no humility and just a bit conceited, he doesn t have the confidence to be arrogant

  2. says:

    Really good read Interesting to hear the other side of arguments and stories

  3. says:

    This was purchased as a Christmas stocking filler Really good delivery, arrived earlier than expected Well received Very pleased.

  4. says:

    I cycle and enjoyed reading books about cycling this book is a very good read of what was maybe Bradley Wiggins best year in cycling.

  5. says:

    Not particularly well written I m afraid, and tries to cover too much so don t really get any real insight into either his life and what drives him, what life is really like as a pro cyclist or the real struggles of the Tour.Guess that s partially because he has accomplished so much despite the book, he is a legend.

  6. says:

    It s ok but he doesn t really bare his soul like Chris froomes bio Different men I respect that but not much in this.

  7. says:

    Great book

  8. says:

    Thank you A

  9. says:

    Great book great incentive to mere mortals to simply ride a bike Brad you are a role model for everyone to look upto

  10. says:

    Get on your bike and ride.

  11. says:

    Good read

  12. says:

    Good read.

  13. says:

    Not that impressed.

  14. says:

    My eight year old boy loves road cycling, and loves to follow Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish He has loved reading this book, having tried to read the grown up version first, this version proved to be easiest but equally as enjoyable I am really hoping that the likes of Cavendish release a similar title aimed at younger fans, as they are truly inspirational sporting heroes.

  15. says:

    It s an interesting read if you into cycling But, if you re not, don t expect any funny anecdotes about non cycling related shenanigans there are none I only page a quid for this so it was great value but it s pretty short and very much focus on the tour victory year It s padded out with lots of illustrated cycling glossary pieces and printed in about 14pt type to make it book size.

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