Maybe a little tired still from MSR? I hope they don't burn him out.
He's just like the Eiffel Tower.I am happy to inform you, that in Tom's current state, he is again 1.70 m tall.
Thomas Pidcock (born 1999-07-30) is a professional road racing cyclist from Great Britain, currently riding for INEOS Grenadiers. His best results are 1st place in De Brabantse Pijl - La Flèche Brabançonne, 2nd place in Amstel Gold Race and 1st place in GC Giro Ciclistico d'Italia.www.procyclingstats.comOne of the most exciting talents to come out of British cycling, Tom is part of a new wave of all-round riders taking on multiple disciplines. After success in cyclo-cross and mountain biking at elite and junior levels, the Yorkshireman now makes the step up to the World Tour as a Grenadier.www.ineosgrenadiers.com
I'm starting to think Tom's height simply changes with the seasons.
He became junior WCh TT a couple of years ago so he probably isn't too bad it. He should be a capable GT-rider in the future since he dominated the baby Giro last year, but I hope Ineos doesn't try to turn him into a fulltime GT-rider.What is Ineos long-term goal with him? To become GT rider? Also is he any good in TT?
He probably fills their squad much, much easier as a classics rider, but it's still Ineos. They'll want him as the future British GT star long term.He became junior WCh TT a couple of years ago so he probably isn't too bad it. He should be a capable GT-rider in the future since he dominated the baby Giro last year, but I hope Ineos doesn't try to turn him into a fulltime GT-rider.
Wrong thread, there's only one rider capable of those wins!2 months into his Pro career, and he's going head to head in a Classic with the World's best Classics rider, and absolutely smoking the guy.
His potential seems limitless, if his junior career and the last few weeks are an indicator of what's to come. At some point he'll probably need to specialise more, but right now you could see him winning 5 Monuments, the Grand Tours, a MTB Olympics gold, a CX Worlds, elite TTs, Champs Elysees sprints, you name it. Not all of them, but any of them, if you catch my drift.
No guarantees in cycling, we've seen it many times before, but this kid is a genuine mega-talent.
And that is Chris Harper!Wrong thread, there's only one rider capable of those wins!