In case you’ve not heard of him (which will have been hard), Tom Pidcock is a young Brit in his first year of racing in the World Tour, with Team Ineos Grenadiers.
He’s in some major road form at the moment, taking his first WT victory last week at De Brabantse Pijl then second in Amstel Gold race by only millimetres.
I had him on an episode at The Cycling Podcast last week, where we chatted his early years and his move into the Pro ranks – which you’ll also hear a little snippet of in this episode.
But this week I’ve got him on the pod for a fun, laidback chat Talking some Luft!
In true TL style, we chat caps, some strange coffee shop rituals, training loops, favourite drinks and cheat meals.
This was a good laugh and I loved hearing a little more about Tom.
If you want to hear more, be sure to head over and listen to our full length episode on The Cycling Podcast.
For now, enjoy Talking Luft with Tom!
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