British star Bradley Wiggins reveals his depth of love for music and his impressive guitar collection in this month’s issue of Cycle Sport magazine.
It’s common knowledge that the Garmin-Slipstream rider is a fan of music, but few will realise that he is also an avid collector of vintage guitars, with several sought-after models in his possession. Wiggins talks to CS about his love a good tune, and how he fits it in around a busy training and racing schedule.
The May 2009 issue also features interviews with Spring Classics stars as they reveal their big secrets to readers on how to win Milan-San Remo, the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix. It gives a unique insight into what it takes to conquer the early-season monuments.
Garmin-Slipstream boss Jonathan Vaughters reveals how the raw talent of his team member and protege Thomas Peterson was converted into being a solid team player, culminating in a stage win during this year’s Tour of California.
Plus there’s a pictorial review of Het Nieuwsblad; the latest pro kit in Shop Window; the Iconic Places series stops off at La Redoute; Edvald Boassen Hagen takes you on a pro ride; Chad Gerlich talks candidly about his comeback from drug addiction; and much more.
Cycle Sport May 2009 issue is on sale at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.10.