Bradley Wiggins, the cyclist who raced his way into the record books this summer, is being recognised at a gala evening in North London.
Wiggins is the only cyclist to win the Tour de France and an Olympic Gold medal in the same year.
He spoke to London Tonight ahead of a party to celebrate his achievements.
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