For 98 years it couldn’t be done,
but in 2012 he’s gone and won.
We’re talking about the Tour de France,
the worlds toughest sporting event, no game of chance.
It’s Bradley Wiggins of whom we speak,
a british winner at his peak.
Fourteen days in the maillot jaurne,
a phenominal achievement he’s had to earn.
Supported throughout by the immense Team Sky,
along deep valleys, over moutains high.
On the Champs d’ Elysees there were tears of joy,
the realisation of the dreams of a boy.
Let’s not forget Millar, Froome and the Manx Missile,
more british stage winners that made us smile.
So how do we celebrate this great sporting feat?
Get out the bike, sit on the seat.
Clip in the pedals, take up the strain,
take in the beauty, feel the pain.
Ride on your own, ride with the team,
breathe in the air, live the dream.
The Bard of Back of the Inns.
The Rider Range from Rohan – helping you to live your dream.