Bogaerts: Pidcock will take time to find the cyclo-cross feeling again

ANTWERPEN BELGIUM DECEMBER 13 Thomas Pidcock of United Kingdom Team Trinity Racing Bike Soigneur during the 43rd Superprestige Cyclocross Gavere 2020 Men Elite Superprestige2021 SPGavere SuperprestigeCX on December 13 2020 in Antwerpen Belgium Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images
Tom Pidcock at Superprestige Gavere last December (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Kurt Bogaerts, the coach of Ineos Grenadiers talent and Olympic mountain bike champion Tom Pidcock, has said that the 22-year-old will ease his way into the cyclo-cross season as takes aim at the World Championships in Arkansas in late January.

Pidcock has recently spent several weeks off the bike as he sought to fix a knee problem that had been suffering since February. He returned to training in late October and is set to get back to competition on Saturday at the fifth Superprestige round of the season in Boom.

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