Bradley Wiggins, who won double Olympic gold at the Beijing Games in 2008 before joining the Tour de France, is one of Britain's biggest stars of road and track cycling.
He takes time out in between races at the World Cup event in Manchester to tell Ollie Williams of British Olympic Dreams about his return to the track for London 2012, a "holiday" from the stresses of the Tour de France, and the impact fatherhood has had on his career.
British Olympic Dreams
on BBC One at 1300 GMT on Saturday, 12 March (BBC Two in Scotland), and on iPlayer. This clip available to UK users only.