PARIS - Bradley Wiggins will be the first time trial specialist to have a go at the hour record under new regulations, the Briton said on Wednesday. "I want to have a go at the one hour record next year after what Jens (Voigt) did last week," the 2012 Tour de France champion told the BBC. "I was a bit surprised by Jens's decision to do it but what he did was fantastic and fully deserved. I could just go and do it next week but, if I do it, I'll only do it once." Last week, German Voigt beat the previous mark set by Czech Ondrej Sosenka in 2005 as the first rider to make an attempt under new rules set by the UCI. "I want to prepare for it properly," said Wiggins, the time trial Olympic champion. "It will give me something to get out of bed for in the winter."–Reuters