Last year, Wiggins took a step back from road racing to return to the track, where he began his career and he aims to ride his fifth and final Olympic Games in Rio this summer.
At 35, Wiggins currently holds seven Olympic medals and a medal of any colour in Rio will make him Britain’s most decorated Olympian, ahead of fellow cyclist Chris Hoy.
He claimed his seventh track world title last week with Mark Cavendish in the Madision, eight years after they first won it together in Manchester 2008.
He also took silver in the team pursuit earlier in the week, bringing his overall medal count at the Track World Championships to twelve.
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