United Kingdom

Tom Pidcock

Age
24
Height
1.7M
Time with the INEOS Grenadiers
4 Years
Speciality
All-rounder

Biography

One of the most exciting talents to come out of British cycling, Tom Pidcock continues to add honours to his young palmares. In addition to an Olympic Gold medal on the mountain bike in 2021, 2022 saw him claim the cyclo-cross world title. The multi-discipline trail-blazer also claimed a momentous Tour de France stage victory on Alpe d'Huez in 2022, in addition to the rainbow bands on the mountain bike in 2023.

  • 2017

    • World Cyclo-cross Championships - Junior
      • 1st overall

    • Junior Paris-Roubaix
      • 1st overall

    • World Championships Time Trial - Junior
      • 1st overall

  • 2018

    • UCI Under-23 Cyclo-cross World Cup
      • 1st overall

  • 2019

    • World Cyclo-cross Championships - U23
      • 1st overall

    • Le Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux
      • 3rd overall (1 stage win)

    • U23 Paris-Roubaix
      • 1st overall

    • Tour Alsace
      • 1st overall (1 stage win)

    • World Championships Road Race - U23
      • 3rd overall

  • 2020

    • World Cyclo-cross Championships
      • 2nd overall

    • Baby Giro
      • 1st overall (3 stage wins)

  • 2021

    • Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne
      • 3rd overall

    • Strade Bianche
      • 5th overall

    • De Brabantse Pijl
      • 1st overall

    • Amstel Gold
      • 2nd overall

    • Olympic Games - MTB
      • 1st overall

    • World Road Race Championships
      • 6th overall

  • 2022

    • Cyclo-cross World Championships
      • 1st overall

    • Dwars door Vlaanderen
      • 3rd overall

    • Tour de France
      • 1st stage 12 (16th overall)

    • Tour of Britain
      • 2nd overall

  • 2023

    • Strade Bianche
      • 1st

    • Liege - Bastogne - Liege
      • 2nd

    • Mountain Bike World Championships
      • 1st

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