Tom Pidcock

Tom Pidcock scores XCO win at Albstadt MTB World Cup

Prior to Sunday's World Cup in Albstadt, Germany, Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers) had not raced his mountain bike since he won the Olympic cross-country (XCO) title last year. It did not prove to be much of an issue as he rode away from the rest of the field to win his second ever World Cup.
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Ineos reveal Giro d'Italia line-up, but Tom Pidcock will not feature

Britain's Tom Pidcock will not feature in the Giro d'Italia after Ineos Grenadiers announced their line-up. Ecuador's Richard Carapaz, who won the race in 2019, leads the team, with young Briton Ben Tulett also involved. Pidcock, 22, who signed a five-year contract last month, could instead take part in the...
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Tom Pidcock: British rider signs new five-year Ineos deal

Britain's Tom Pidcock has signed a new five-year contract with Ineos Grenadiers. The 22-year-old won Olympic mountain bike gold at last year's Tokyo Olympics, and the Cyclo-cross World Championship in January. Ineos, formerly Team Sky, consider Pidcock a rider who can challenge for top honours in road cycling. "Ineos Grenadiers...

Tom Pidcock declares 'massive improvement' ahead of Tour of Flanders

Tom Pidcock (Ineos Grenadiers) seemed slightly lost on Sunday after struggling through Gent-Wevelgem, saying he didn’t know when he’d be back to his ‘normal self’. On Wednesday, he found some answers, finishing on the podium at Dwars door Vlaanderen to give himself a major confidence boost ahead of the Tour of Flanders.

Tom Pidcock: I don't know when I'll be back to my normal self

Tom Pidcock made a surprise comeback to racing at Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday, but the Ineos Grenadiers rider revealed his stomach issues are ongoing after a subdued display, relatively speaking. Pidcock, who was forced to miss Strade Bianche and then abandoned Milan-San Remo due to digestive problems, returned to racing at...

Tom Pidcock to make early comeback at Gent-Wevelgem

Tom Pidcock will make an early return to competition at Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday following the stomach issues that forced him to miss Strade Bianche and abandon Milan-San Remo in recent weeks. The Briton, who was originally due to return at Dwars door Vlaanderen next week, was a surprise addition to...

Tom Pidcock could ride Tour de France as Ineos shuffle Grand Tour plans

Tom Pidcock could make his Tour de France debut in July as Ineos Grenadiers look to shuffle their Grand Tour rosters after Egan Bernal’s terrible training crash. Ineos Grenadiers team manager Rod Ellingworth confirmed to Cyclingnews that the British team have opted to follow their original plan of Richard Carapaz targeting the mountainous Giro d’Italia.

Bradley Wiggins: Tom Pidcock 'is going to be a force to be reckoned with this year'

Bradley Wiggins says he expects big things from Tom Pidcock in 2022. Speaking on The Bradley Wiggins Show podcast for Eurosport, Wiggins waxed lyrical about the talent and maturity shown by the 22-year-old. Pidcock won the Cyclocross World Championship in January, having already taking gold in the cross-country mountain biking event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and is now looking to have an even greater impact on the road this season.