Tom Pidcock To Stay With Ineos Grenadiers After 2022, Extends Contract

The British Cyclist extends his contract with Ineos Grenadiers for beyond 2022.

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It seems that the speculation was indeed true, Tom Pidcock will be staying with Ineos Grenadiers for a longer period of time as he has just extended his contract with the team. Due to his exploits, he has indeed attracted the attention of amazing brands such as Trek and Cannondale, they tried their best to seduce him away but couldn’t.

Pidcock won the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championship, but at that time, he had not renewed his contract with Ineos Grenadiers, and the biggest brands did their best to attract Pidcock’s attention. All of them started bidding for a contract with him and each contract went for a whopping €4 million per season, and this was just the start.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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He quickly gained attention from not just the big brands but from rival teams as well, I think this is also the reason why the British team quickly moved to renew their contract with Tom Pidcock, they moved swiftly and ensured that Pidcock stays with them.

Although there has been no official word from either Ineos Grenadiers or Tom Pidcock, we believe that the contract has indeed been renewed as a new deal between them took place.

Wout Van Aert,  Tadej Pogačar are some of the best multi-skilled cyclists there are. Their earning extends more than six million Euros per season, it seems that Tom Pidcock will be joining the ranking with them. Pidcock won the De Brabantse Pijl and beat Wout Van Aert, this shows that he has amazing potential. 

His exploits at the Tokyo Olympics where he won a gold medal in the mountain biking discipline, and his winning the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championship shows that he is a force to be reckoned with. Great things are surely ahead for Tom Pidcock!

Also Read: Fabio Jakobsen Wins The 2nd Stage Of Paris-Nice, Tops Over Wout Van Aert

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