Many congratulations go to Bradley Wiggins, winner of the 99th Tour de France. After crashing out of the Tour last year, the victory was sweet for the 32 year old Londoner, who is the first ever British winner of the 2,000 mile cycle race. Here at The Red Bike Shop, we are delighted at his win and look forward to seeing what he can achieve in the London 2012 Olympic Games. Brilliant job Wiggo! In a splendid British one/two, Chris Froome took the overall second place in the Tour and in an exciting final day in Paris, Mark Cavendish won the final sprint.