Olympic and Tour de France champion Sir Bradley Wiggins has been honoured with a blue plaque at the place where he first learnt to ride a bike as a boy.
His proud grandmother, Maureen Cousins, unveiled the tribute at the Paddington Recreation Ground close to where the cycling hero grew up in Kilburn.
His family joined forces with local councillor Jan Prendergast (pictured on the right) to get Westminster Council's approval for a permanent reminder of Sir Bradley's immense sporting achievements.
It sits alongside Sir Roger Bannister's who used the park to train before he became the first person to run the four-minute mile in 1954.
Sir Bradley couldn't be there in person as he is racing in Italy. He is said to be very pleased with the accolade.
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