Originally published on Cyclingnews
The multi-time Olympic gold medalist and Great Britain’s team pursuit squad fell just short of a rainbow jersey at the London World Championships
As a multi-time World Champion and Olympic gold medalist, Great Britain’s Bradley Wiggins has embraced the bicycle innovations that have helped propel him to the stop of the sport on both the track and the road. Wiggins started racing on the velodrome before adolescence and so he’s certainly witnessed massive changes to the machines that are used to break world record and win gold medals.
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Wiggins has bounced back and forth between the road and the track, winning Olympic gold on the track in 2004 and 2008 before turning his attention back to the road, where he won the Tour de France in 2012 and then the time trial at the Olympics later that year. Wiggins’ focus is back on the track ahead of the Olympic Games in Rio, and his latest race machine is another technical marvel.
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