Yes. The details of his 2012 racing season including his TdF win and Olympic TT gold are vivid and rich. It feels like you sitting in his living room and he is telling you stories of his epic year. Includes detail about training, preparation, his family, the team and all his highs and lows.
Bradley Wiggins for obvious reasons. Its all about his road career in cycling.
His British accent is awesome for sharing Brad Wiggins' story
The deep insight into how he and his coaches went against tradition in their preparation for the 2012 racing season.
It's a great book that cycling fans will particularly enjoy.
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