In this Blog Read all about Tom Pidcock Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wiki, Biography, Wife, Children, Salary .Thomas Pidcock MBE 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
Tom Pidcock Wiki / Biography
|Birthdate ( Age)||30 July 1999|
|Place of Birth||Leeds, United Kingdom|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Net Worth||$ 2 million|
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. He is best known for winning the gold medal at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo in cross-country mountain biking.
His 2021 win at the UCI XCO (mountain bike) World Cup event in Nové Město na Moravě 2021 was the first by a male British rider in 27 years, and he won by the largest margin (1’00” exactly) in the history of the event. Olympic Champion Tokyo 2020, Men’s mountain bike cross-country, 26 July 2021.
Tom Pidcock Family and Earlylife
Tom Pidcock was born in Leeds, Yorkshire on 30th July 1999. He still lives there with his parents and younger brother Joe. His parents were and are keen cyclists and when Tom was exposed to bike racing and the world of cycling at an early age he fell in love with it. He has never since thought about or wanted to do anything else with his life other than achieve the fulfilment he gains from bike racing.
Tom enjoys riding and racing in most cycling disciplines. He is currently on the Great Britain Junior Academy for road and track. He also loves cyclocross, helped no doubt due to his recent successes. When not fulfilling his Great Britain commitments he rides for Paul Milnes/Oldfield ERT.Age 10 he decided he needed to do lots of training and so would get up early in order to do a couple of circuits of the playing fields on the way to school. He tried to persuade his parents to take him to races around the country but they were reluctant.
Tom Pidcock Parents and Family Background
|Tom Pidcock Father Name||Not Known|
|Tom Pidcock Mother Name||Not Known|
|Tom Pidcock Siblings Name||Younger brother Joe|
|Tom Pidcock Spouse / Partner Name||Bethany|
|Tom Pidcock Children||Not Yet|
Tom Pidcock Girlfriend
Tom, a British cyclist, is dating Bethany Louise Zajac. Bethany is 19 years old and from Yorkshire. According to her Instagram bio, the brunette beauty is a special needs education teacher, personal assistant, and private piano teacher.
Tom Pidcock Net Worth
Tom Pidcock has an estimated Net Worth of $ 2 million in 2022.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 World Team Ineos Grenadiers.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$2 Million|
|Income Source||British cyclist|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Tom Pidcock Professional Career
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.
In April 2017, two and a half months after his win at the Junior World Cyclo-cross Championships, Pidcock won Paris–Roubaix Juniors, breaking clear with a solo attack on the Carrefour de l’Arbre 15 km (9.3 mi) from the finish.In May 2017, while riding for the PH Mas–Paul Milnes–Oldfield team, Pidcock became the first guesting rider to win an individual round of the Tour Series criterium competition, soloing to victory in Durham.
In July he went on to win the elite race of the British National Circuit Race Championships in Sheffield, at only 17 years of age, attacking on the final climb on the final lap and taking the title ahead of Harry Tanfield and Jon Mould.In addition to his success in cyclo-cross, criteriums and road racing, in August he took honours on the track when he won the junior British National Scratch Championships.On 19 September 2017, he won the junior time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Norway.
At the start of June 2017, Pidcock announced that he would join the Telenet–Fidea Lions team from October, on a two-year contract.Pidcock made his début with the team at the Polderscross Brico Cross race on 14 October 2017, where he finished as part of a five-rider group – including the likes of Laurens Sweeck and Kevin Pauwels – in ninth place, 77 seconds down on race winner Mathieu van der Poel. The following weekend, he took his first win for the team; on 21 October, he took victory in the under-23 race at the Niels Albert CX, held in Boom, as part of the Superprestige competition. Pidcock finished eight seconds clear of his closest competitor, Adam Ťoupalík.
In August 2018 it was announced that Pidcock and Telenet–Fidea Lions had mutually agreed to end their contract to allow Pidcock to join new British cyclo-cross team TP Racing. The team was established by rider agency Trinity Sports Management, and a spokesperson for Trinity indicated that the new team would be built around Pidcock.The team made their debut in October 2018. During the 2018–19 season, Pidcock won a second Under-23 Cyclo-cross World Cup,the Under-23 Superprestige,the Under-23 European Championship,and the Under-23 World Championship,as well as the senior British National Championship.
Pidock started his 2020-21 cyclo-cross season in November 2020 at Cyklokros Tábor, the first round of that season’s World Cup, where he finished 17th after enduring a poor start and crashing midway through the race.The following month he won Cyclo-cross Gavere, his first major senior international win in cyclo-cross.
He finished ahead of Mathieu van der Poel, Toon Aerts and Eli Iserbyt, who were the only riders to finish within a minute of Pidcock: the latter described his peformance as a “(coming) of age”.At the 2021 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Ostend in January, Pidcock narrowly missed out on a medal, finishing fourth, despite closing the gap to the third placed Aerts in the closing stages. Pidcock competed in 13 races in the 2020-21 cyclo-cross season, taking a total of nine podiums.
In September 2020 Ineos Grenadiers announced that Pidcock would join them from the 2021 season.He was initially scheduled to join the team from 1 March, following the conclusion of the 2020–21 cyclo-cross season.In January 2021, it was announced that Pidcock was to join the team on 1 February.
Pidcock enjoyed a successful start with the team in the spring classics, finishing third in Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne fifth in Strade Bianche,and 15th at Milan-San Remo, where he attacked from the leading group on the descent of the Poggio.On 14 April 2021 Pidcock won the Brabanste Pijl, beating Wout van Aert and Matteo Trentin in a three-man sprint to take his first professional win,and in the Amstel Gold Race Pidcock came second after a photo finish behind Wout van Aert. He went on to take another top ten finish at Flèche Wallonne, placing sixth despite crashing 28 km from the finish.