With the days shortening, summer a distant memory, and cycling dominating the news headlines for all the wrong reasons, Allez Wiggo, a new book from Daniel Friebe is a reminder of why we all love cycling.
We’re offering you a chance to win this 175-page, full colour celebration of Bradley Wiggins’ Tour de France triumph, and his Olympic gold medal success; victories that made him the first British winner of the Tour de France and the nation’s most decorated Olympian.
Simply click this link and tell us your favourite ‘Wiggins memory’ of the summer. Was it his statesman-like slowing of the peloton during the bizarre ‘tack attack’ on stage 14? His lead out for Cav on the Champs-Élysées? Or his crushing performance along the roads of Surrey to claim a fourth Olympic gold medal?
The book contains hundreds of images from the OffSide sports photography archive, and a commentary from Daniel Friebe, author of a new book on the sport’s greatest rider, Eddy Merckx: The Cannibal.
We’ll pick a winner this Friday (October 26).
Allez Wiggo is published by Bloomsbury and costs £16.99