The inside track on Sir Bradley Wiggins's hour record
It is thought to be one of the toughest events an athlete can endure, both physically and psychologically. Eddy Merckx called it the hardest thing he ever did. Wiggins, like many before him, discovered the unique pain of pushing yourself as hard as you can for 60 minutes, likening it to the closest thing he’ll get to child birth.
In this book, Sir Bradley Wiggins takes you behind the boards, discussing how he went from planning to execution. Bradley muses on his sacrifices, his heroes, and the people who have supported him all the way to this point. Supported by stunning photography including shots by Rapha’s Harry Dowdney, My Hour is a celebration of one of Britain’s best-loved sportsmen at the peak of his career.