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Jessica Ennis has sent her best wishes following his bike crash.
The Olympic heptathlon gold medallist told Channel 5 News: "I saw the news this morning and obviously I just want to wish him well. Hopefully he'll make a speedy recovery and gets back on his bike.
"It is very dangerous and you hear about some horrible accidents, and stories about what happens to cyclists, and I know he's been campaigning about road safety, so it's awful that's happened to him but hopefully he can recover quickly and get back to it."
The profile of cycling has probably never been higher in the UK following the success of Bradley Wiggins and his team-mates this year.
Almost two million people are now cycling at least once a week, with 163,000 more doing so in the last six months of 2011/12.
53,000 more women are cycling regularly now than a year ago, according to a survey.
One million more people than in 2008 are now cycling regularly thanks to the efforts of British Cycling and Sky, with mass participation events like Sky Ride.
Since June 2012 more than 12,000 people have signed up to British Cycling's Social Cycling groups, with 264 groups already being formed around the country.
The National Cycling Centre's velodrome in Manchester was getting 200 new inquiries a day after the Games, compared with a daily average of 20 before the Games.
British Cycling wants to see action on some of the key problems areas, including sensors on HGVs and the redesign of the most dangerous road junctions.
GB Cycling Team head coach Shane Sutton remains in hospital following a bike crash this morning, suffering bleeding on the brain and concussion. Greater Manchester Police are making inquiries following the incident.
Bradley Wiggins has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injuries suffered in a collision with a van.
Shane Sutton, head coach of the GB Cycling Team has been taken to hospital suffering bruising and bleeding on the brain, after an incident this morning on the A6 near Manchester, British Cycling said.
The incident happened on the morning after British cyclist Bradley Wiggins was in a collision in Lancashire.
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Tour de France cycling champion Bradley Wiggins has been released from hospital after a collision with a van yesterday evening.