Watch Bradley Wiggins‘s post time trial interview on the UCI’s YouTube channel where the newly crowned world champion dedicates the win to his family, confirms the ride was his last ever road world championships and says he will go for the hour record next year.
Wiggins, the first Briton to win the Tour de France, has had a difficult season this year and he highlights his non selection for the 2014 Tour as a low point. However, his ride at Paris Roubaix and win at the Tour of California proved as reminders of his world class status and his return to the track at the Commonwealth Games a reminder of his versatility.
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Wiggins went on to have more fun in the post race press conference with the worlds press, gently teasing the translator and signing the back of his shirt.
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