Rider Profile

Tom Pidcock

Ineos Grenadiers

Tom Pidcock

Personal Details:

Nationality Great Britain
Date of birth 30/07/1999

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Tom Pidcock, the 2020* Olympic Cross Country MTB gold medalist, is a multi-discipline talent who has won UCI Cyclocross World Championship titles in the junior, under-23 and elite men's races (2017, 2019, 2022 respectively) and the UCI Road World Championship title in the junior men's time trial in 2017.

Pidcock began his professional cyclo-cross career with the Telenet team in 2017. After winning the Paris-Roubaix junior men's race the same year, it was clear he would have a brilliant future. He reached an agreement to break his contract with his cyclocross team to join a new team built around him by his management company Trinity Racing.

He raced with the Wiggins-Le Col squad, scoring another Paris-Roubaix victory in the under-23 race before the team folded in 2019, then, racing with Trinity, won three stages and the overall Giro Ciclistico d'Italia (Baby Giro) amid the COVID-19 pandemic cancellations. He won the under-23 race at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships as well as the new e-MTB championship.

Ineos Grenadiers signed Pidcock for the 2021 season and he quickly established his promise as a Classics racer, taking podiums in Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne and the Amstel Gold Race, and winning De Brabantse Pijl. He completed his first Grand Tour at the Vuelta a España that year.

In the same summer, Pidcock also raced UCI Mountain Bike World Cups, coming from behind to win the round on Nové Mesto and then going on to win the Olympic Games cross country event in the rescheduled games in Tokyo.

In 2022, Pidcock began the year with a victory in the elite men's race at the UCI Cyclocross World Championships. He competed in his first Tour de France and won the stage to Alpe d'Huez by beating four-time Tour winner Chris Froome after spending most of the stage in the breakaway.

Key results
Olympic Games XCO Men - Tokyo (2021)
🥇 Tour de France 2022 stage 12 - Alpe d'Huez
🥇 UCI Cyclocross World Championships (Jr 2017, u23 2019, elite 2022)
🥇 UCI MTB XCO World Championships (elite 2022, under-23 2020, e-MTB 2020)
🥇 De Brabantse Pijl (2021)