Pidcock, the British promise, already poses as a member of the Ineos

The young rider is now ready to make the leap to professionals after shining in the lower categories and rubbing shoulders with the elite of cyclocross.


Tom Pidcock is ready to make the leap to professional cycling. After finishing fourth in the Cyclo-Cross World Championships after Mathieu Van der Poel, Wout Van Aert and Toon Aerts, the British cyclist is already focused on what will be his first adventure as a professional on the road in the Ineos team.

Pidcock himself was very excited about this fact before competing in the World Cup event. "I feel that now is the moment when I take a big step in cycling. My first phase is over and now I will be a professional cyclist in an elite team. I already feel at home in the team."

Since January 1, Pidcock is officially an Ineos cyclist, where he will try to continue growing as a professional after emerging in the junior and sub-23 category, achieving victories of all colors.

The young British pearl has proven to be an absolute all-rounder, winning the Paris-Roubaix juniors and being the junior time trial world champion in 2017, as well as conquering the cobblestones again at the Paris-Roubaix under-23 in 2019 and take the general classification in stage events such as the 2019 Tour of Alsace or the Giro d'Italia sub-23, where in addition to the general he won three other stages.

Now, in his first adventure as a professional at Ineos, Pidcock will work for the team leaders and will also seek to gain a foothold in the peloton and surprise at the Flanders Classics in a new example that the future of cycling is going strong.

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