There aren’t many riders who get top the level stature that they can have an eponymous team, but if there’s any rider who could, it’s Bradley Wiggins.

After announcing his intention to return to the track for the 2016 Olympics, details of Team Wiggins began to emerge
in late 2014,
with the British squad finally making its full debut at the 2015 Tour of Normandie.

While the team will ride regularly on the road during the season, everything’s geared towards preparing for the track success in 2016, with the team including the likes of Andy Tennant, Steven Burke, Owain Doull and Mark Christian, who’ve all had stints in the velodrome.

Wiggins meanwhile, will be working first towards the Hour Record in June and then a fifth Olympic gold the following year, as well as possibly appearing at your local time trial.

Bradley Wiggins is aiming to launch a women’s team to run alongside his eponymous Wiggins team as the five-time Olympic champion begins to think about his career after racing. Speaking…