Sir Chris Hoy says Sir Bradley Wiggins has "a 99% chance" of breaking the world hour record in London on Sunday 7 June.
Welsh cyclist Luke Rowe is buoyed by finishing as the leading Briton in the notoriously tough annual one-day race.
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- 'Prosecute near-miss cyclists' call
- Wiggins finishes 18th in Paris-Roubaix
- Paris cyclists seconds from train near-miss
- King back with win after five months out
- Peters helps King ahead of return
- Wiggins and Thomas avoid pile-up
- Armitstead loses lead in World Cup
- Norway's Kristoff wins in Flanders
- Sport Girls' PE lessons give 'nightmares'
- Armitstead wins Trofeo Alfredo Binda
- Briton Thomas third in Gent-Wevelgem
- Team Sky's Porte wins in Catalunya
- Cycling Championships decision delay
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