Bradley Wiggins is ready to ride on his home soil this year at the Tour de France. He is very excited to make a small comeback as 2013 was not at a good year for him as he had to pull out from the Giro d Italia for a chest infection. Soon following this he faced some knww injuries which kept him out of the Tour de France but he is fit now and the whole team is looking forward to seeing some spectacular performances from him this year.
He will be paired with Chris Froome who won the Tour de France last on his absence and the duo is all charged up to be on the starting line again for Team Sky. The initial three stages of Tour de France will be taking place in England on the 5th of July and Grand Departin is all set to see the two British line up together.
In an interview with Sky Sports Wiggins reflected on what had happened last year when he had to watch the whole championship on TV. On a lighter note he said that when someone sees the Tour de France from outside the true beauty of the championship can be seen.
He also went on to say that he would love to make a comeback in Tour de France and also has a long term plan to be in the team. To make a comeback as the former winner in this championship is something really special. He said that the fans are more excited than him and he would try his level best not to let them down.
When asked about his other British rider Chris Froome he only had praises for him saying how well Chris rides and deserved to be the winner of last year’s Tour de France. Wiggins is currently training for Challenge Mallorca which will start on 9th February and will end on 12th February.