Tom Pidcock Is Officially An Ineos Grenadier

Tom Pidcock is officially an Ineos Grenadier

Joe Robinson 1 Feb 2021 The 21-year-old turns pro on the road after finishing fourth at the cyclocross World Championships Tom Pidcock has officially become an Ineos Grenadier . A day after finishing fourth at the Cyclocross World Championships, the British WorldTour team unveiled their latest rider in his new team kit on social media. The 21-year-old Yorkshireman was the marquee name to put pen to paper with the Ineos Grenadiers this winter, joining a raft of new statement signings along with Adam Yates, Richie Porte, Laurens De Plus and Dani Martinez. We have a sneaky suspicion this partnership is going to lead to big things %uD83D%uDC47 https://t.co/wE5johJ9AX — Cyclist (@cyclist) February 1, 2021 Pidcock had initially agreed to join the men's WorldTour from 1st March, however decided in January to bring forward his transfer to 1st February following the cyclocross Worlds, in which he just missed out on the ...

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