Cycling Weekly

Nationals not enough for Pidcock

Newly-crowned elite national cyclo-cross champion Tom Pidcock (Trinity Racing) already has his sights set on a podium at the World Cyclo-cross Championships in Dübendorf next month.

After returning to racing in the UK at the National Championships in Shrewsbury this weekend, a: “I really want to be on the podium.”

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