Sir Bradley Wiggins has been forced to withdraw from the Tour de Suisse due to injury.
Sir Bradley Wiggins finished fifth on the testing sixth stage of the Tour of California.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed he had to move his children to a new school because of harassment.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has been welcomed back to the track with open arms by Team England, with Ed Clancy admitting the former Tour de France champion has been treated like a visiting celebrity.
Wiggins, from Eccleston in Lancashire, will be lining up for his country at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow after being controversially overlooked for Team Sky's Tour squad.
Although three of Wiggins' four Olympic gold came in the velodromes of Athens and Beijing he has been a road specialist for the best part of six years, culminating in his historic Tour success in 2012.
He is now back in England's team pursuit line-up at the Commonwealths and pondering another track run at Rio 2014.
– Ed Clancy
"Brad's return is definitely a good thing - he's exciting, he brings a lot of energy, everyone knows he is a character and he is a superstar now, a massive superstar in the world of cycling."
Chorley's Sir Bradley Wiggins has confirmed he will miss the 2014 Tour de France.
Team Sky are expected to announce later today their nine-man team for the race, which starts in Leeds on 5 July.
Speaking after winning the British time-trial championship, 34-year-old Wiggins said he will not be competing in the race he won two years ago.
"It's disappointing on a personal level, but I think from a team point of view they've probably put the strongest squad up as it stands," he said.
Lancashire's Sir Bradley Wiggins is one stage away from claiming overall victory at the Tour of California.
Sir Bradley from Eccleston ended the penultimate stage of the competition in the front group.
He held on to his 30 second advantage with Peter Sagan sprinting to the stage seven win.