Director John Dower could have scarcely imagined that the year he chose to follow Bradley Wiggins would have turned into one of the most triumphant stories in British sport.
And neither could Bradley, as we learn during this Q&A session after the premiere of 'Bradley Wiggins: A Year in Yellow', filmed prior to his recent accident.
In the first part of the Q&A with Bradley and John, we hear how John and his cameraman became part of Bradley's routine, the parts of his life it avoids, and what he doesn't like about the film.
In the second part of the Q&A with Bradley Wiggins and John Dower, director of Bradley Wiggins: A Year in Yellow, Bradley explains the sequence of events between the last day of the Tour de France and his bid for Olympic gold.
It's not the series of unsurpassable highs you might expect, due to certain parental responsibilities having a knack of keeping you grounded.
On the question of defending his Tour de France victory, Bradley can't help but mention the legacy of Lance Armstrong…
"Kids from Kilburn don't win the Tour de France," says Bradley Wiggins - except, well, this one did. And then he took Olympic Gold for good measure...
With contributions from family and his Team Sky colleagues, Bradley Wiggins: A Year In Yellow tells the inside story of an historic year, revealing the sacrifice and hard work that goes on behind the glory. Take a look at our clip for more.