Reviews

  • "For a book based around just one hour of Wiggins’ fabled career, it’s an incredibly detailed account, and also adds a great depth to what we already know of Britain’s ‘knight on a bike’"

    Colin Henrys, Road Cycling UK
  • "Gets to the heart of not only what it took technically for Wiggins to get to 54.52km but, crucially, how his mind was as important as his legs and lungs […] fascinating"

    Ben East, Observer
  • "A fitting celebration of one of Britain’s best-loved sportsmen in his finest hour"

    Bikes etc.
  • "A fascinating read."

    Matthew Syed, The Times
  • "From training to execution, Bradley shares his exciting story."

    Cycling Weekly