FIVE-TIME Olympic cycling champion and Tour De France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins is heading to Brighton as part of a national tour.

Sir Bradley will reveal details of his stellar career when he brings his own live show to the city this autumn.

The shows will be moderated by ITV cycling’s Matt Barbet, who will also be putting your questions to Sir Bradley on the night.

The cycling legend, affectionately known to fans as Wiggo, is one of the most decorated athletes in British sporting history.

During the “Evening with” show, Sir Bradley will share stories from his illustrious career, organisers said, in what is described as “a unique and intimate live setting”.

Cycling fans will also have the rare opportunity to get up close to the bikes and memorabilia from his career.

The five-time Olympic champion picked up golds in 2004, 2008 (twice), 2012 and 2016.

And in 2012 he won the Tour De France.

Sir Bradley was named BBC Sports Personality Of The Year later that year and was knighted in the 2013 New Year’s Honours for services to cycling.

He also holds the one-hour track record and is the only cyclist who has won World and Olympic championships on both the track and the road, along with winning the Tour De France.

He retired in 2016, having won his final gold medal in Rio, in the team pursuit.

In 2017 an investigation by UK Anti-Doping ruled there would be no charges over a “mystery” medical package delivered for Sir Bradley at the Criterium du Dauphine in 2011.

Talking about the tour, Sir Bradley said: “I am really excited to get back on the road again.

“Cycling has always been my passion so to share my experiences, my journey and my own collection of memorabilia is fantastic.”

Bradley will come to the Theatre Royal, Brighton on Monday, September 30.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10am.