Thursday, June 11, 2015
I was constantly looking at the clock, counting down the minutes. I'm relieved it's done now, it's been such a long build-up since the Paris-Roubaix (race in April) and we've been through a lot as a team.
My wife and children know more about air pressure now than anyone!
When you're out there, you never think it's going to come to an end but it's done now.
-- 35-year-old British cyclist Bradley Wiggins, after setting a new hour record of 54.526 kilometres in London, beating the old world record of 52.937km set by compatriot Alex Dowsett in May. Extremely high air pressure in London could have cost him as much as one kilometre according to experts, 7 June 2015