Team GB cycling hero Sir Bradley Wiggins has shown off his remarkable transformation, complete with plenty of body art.
Wiggins won five Olympic gold medals during a glittering career, as well as the 2012 Tour de France, before hanging up his lycra in 2016.
There were plans to compete at the Tokyo Olympics as a rower with Wiggins finishing 21st in the 2017 British Indoor Rowing Championships.
Part of those plans included bulking from 70kg to 100kg, with Wiggins clearly staying on his weight-gain plan.
In a picture posted on social media, the 40-year-old was seen looking much bigger than during his cycling days.
The topless snap, taken in a park, also show Sir Brad with plenty of tattoos on his top half and a bushy beard.
Both arms are covered in tattoos while the right side of his chest is also decorated.
Wiggins is believed to have 22 tattoos across his body, including the Olympic rings on his ankle.
The biking legend had previously opened up on his current relationship with the sport, saying: “I don’t give a s**t about my cycling career now.
“I’m just detached from it, I don’t want to live off the back of it. I live off of being me, and I’m happy in my own skin.
“I’ve gone full circle, I watch it as a fan now. I don’t expect to be recognised or anything. Some people like to cling on to those moments.
“I see it on social media every day, people who are supposed to be your friends, still celebrating that moment. ‘Seven years ago today my mate Bradley won this race in London.’ And I’m like, it was seven years ago, get over it mate.
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“But a lot of people get comfort from keeping you in a place that inspires them so much. We do that a lot to our athletes, everyone wants them to stay the same forever.
“I think that’s why so many of them disintegrate, like Paul Gascoigne. It’s nice to be remembered but I can’t keep waltzing in with a rock’n’roll haircut and a suede suit on, drunk.
“I’ve moved on from that person. Everything ends, everything has to end.”