Thomas Pidcock is a British cyclist who currently competes in the cyclo-cross, mountain bike, and road bicycle racing disciplines of the sport for UCI WorldTeam Ineos Grenadiers.
After several high-ranking results during the 2015–2016 cyclo-cross season, including a top-five result in the junior race at the 2016 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships at Circuit Zolder, Pidcock came to prominence in the junior ranks during 2016.
In September, Pidcock took a road victory, winning the La Philippe Gilbert Juniors race by 21 seconds from his closest competitor.
Thereafter, Pidcock concentrated on the 2016–2017 cyclo-cross season; in October, Pidcock took a victory in the Superprestige at Zonhoven, just before the UEC European Cyclo-cross Championships at Pontchâteau, France.
In the race, Pidcock was able to work his way into the lead on the third of eight laps and was able to create a gap to the rest of the field, eventually taking the gold medal by 14 seconds clear of France’s Nicolas Guillemin.
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Thomas Pidcock is a British cyclist who is 1.7m and weighs 58kg.