Sir Bradley Wiggins is set to make his long-awaited attempt at the Hour Record this weekend at the Lee Valley Velodrome in London, where he’ll set out to break the mark set by fellow Brit Alex Dowsett on May 2.
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The record currently stands 52.937km, and Wiggins has already stated his desire to put the record out of reach so it stands for as long as possible.
Sky Sports will be the broadcaster for the attempt which saw tickets sell out in around 15 minutes, as cycling fans look to catch the 2012 Tour de France winner and four-time Olympic gold medalist make history.
While Sky will show live coverage on Sky Sports Two from 6pm, Freeview viewers will also be able to catch the event live on channel Pick channel (number 11). There will also be a live stream on both the Sky Sports website and the Sky Sports Youtube channel.
Where to watch Sir Bradley Wiggins’s Hour Record attempt:
From 6pm – 8pm on Sunday June, 7
Sky Sports Two/Sky Sports Two HD (403)
Pick (Freeview channel 11)
Sky Sports website (skysports.com)
Sky Sports Youtube channel
Interview with Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas