Three weeks after Cycling Weekly revealed full details of it, Bradley Wiggins’s management company XIX today announced that the World Time Trial Champion has set up his own team for…
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Froome, Cavendish, Wiggins et al spent the Christmas period preparing for their WorldTour calendars. Here’s where Cycling Weekly thinks we’ll see the peloton's biggest names first
Sir Bradley Wiggins says that the experience he gained in his ninth place finish at the 2014 Paris-Roubaix will give “invaluable experience” for the coming season’s race and that he…
Bradley Wiggins's new third tier squad approved by the sport's governing body.
Sir Bradley Wiggins extends his stay at Team Sky until April 2015, after which he will concentrate on the Rio 2016 Olympics
World time trial champion Bradley Wiggins is runner-up in our countdown of British Riders of the Year 2014
BBC Radio 5 live's Mind of a Cyclist documentary features interviews with Sir Bradley Wiggins, Sir Chris Hoy and psychologist Steve Peters
2012 Tour champion has previously invested in Wiggle-Honda, so cannot be accused of sexism.
Nine full-time riders for Bradley Wiggins's Sky-backed development squad
Team Sky rider Geraint Thomas was voted BBC Cymru Wales Sports Personality of the year after a standout season in the saddle
More details on Bradley Wiggins's development squad emerge ahead of a predicted pre-Christmas launch.
In an interview with the Telegraph, Owain Doull admits moving to Europcar would not be the best decision for his career development
British Cycling confirm that Bradley Wiggins is focusing on his training for Paris-Roubaix and the Hour Record before returning to the track in 2015
Fausto Pinarello says he thinks that Bradley Wiggins will ride in the Giro d'Italia in May before taking on the Hour record in June
Shane Sutton says Bradley Wiggins' selection for Rio 2016 will be dependent on his times on the track
As details emerge of Sir Bradley Wiggins' British team, we cast an eye over how the squad may function in 2015
Sir Bradley Wiggins tells the Festival of Marketing he hopes his new development squad will drive him for the next 10 years while finding the best in British talent
Former Hour Record holder Ole Ritter thinks Bradley Wiggins could hit the 55-kilometre mark for the iconic record
Sir Bradley Wiggins says he couldn't have imagined the current interest in cycling when he started his career in the 1990s.