Non Grimpeur wrote:From Sky website:
After crossing the line Wiggins, who will not ride the national road race on Sunday, said: "It was full commitment today. Any time trial you go into as Olympic champion, especially at the British championships, you want to win it.
"This is probably the best British championships they've ever had in terms of the field and the way the event's been run.
"I think G was perhaps the rider I feared most today, especially on home soil and the form he's in. I didn't take anything for granted today."
It looks like Wiggo may have been doing a lot of specific track and TT work and less endurance which may explain why he's not doing the road race and why he beat Thomas by a big margin. So it looks like the rest of his year might look something like this:
Commonwealth Games track and TT
Tour of Poland
Vuelta (as training for the worlds)
I'm pretty sure he will ride the Tour of Britain again.