Original 2010 Team Sky jersey worn by Bradley Wiggins up for auction

Auction in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young charity

Bradley Wiggins at the 2010 G.P. Plouay
(Image credit: Watson)

With Bradley Wiggins beginning his final week of racing at the Ghent Six on Tuesday, you've now got the chance to own a little bit of history by buying one of his original Team Sky jerseys.

The jersey, which Wiggins wore during his first season at the British team in 2010, is being auctioned off for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY).

CRY is a UK charity that aims to prevent sudden cardiac death in young people by improving the amount of information available, providing screening services, and investing in medical research.

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The auction, which will also include other pieces of cycling memorabilia , will take place at a charity evening at Destination Bike, a bike shop at the top of the famous Box Hill in Surrey.

The night will kick off with a Q&A session with former professional rider and directeur sportif Sean Yates.

Tickets for the event on Friday December 2 are £30, and can be bought by calling Destination Bike on 01737 844576

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