Bradley Wiggins says he will probably never race at the Tour de France again
The Englishman won the race in 2012 but hasn't competed at the event since.
Bradley Wiggins says he is probably done with the 'cut-throat' nature of road racing.
The 34-year-old won the Tour de France in 2012 but has declined to take part since, saying: "I've done the road now. I think I've bled it dry."
Wiggins told the BBC that he is much happier on track and his next major target is a gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
He has not ruled out doing some road events but told the BBC: "That will probably be it for the Grand Tours. I can't imagine doing that now."
He added that he didn't see a return to the track as a "step down."