This page focus on Thomas Pidcock’s 2022 Bike size.
The British cyclist races the UCI World Tour for the Team Ineos-Grenadier.
Thomas Pidcock has enormous talent in cycling; he is the Tokyo 2020 Olympic champion in Moutain-Bike, he is also the winner of the 2022 UCI Elite CycloCross World Champion, and he is the winner of the Alpe d’Huez stage on the Tour de France 2022.
If you just discovered about Thomas Pidcock which is understandable as he is participating for the first time at the Tour de France, he is one of the best riders in the world and yet, only 22 years old.
The Team Ineos-Grenadier has extended Pidcock’s contract until the year 2027. It shows the extent the team managers believe in the skills of the young prodigy from Yorkshire.
Now that the brief presentation of the great Thomas Pidcock is done let’s jump into the nerdy bike content as seen on the Tour de France 2022.
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Pidcock’s 2022 Bike size
Thomas Pidcock is 1m70 tall and rides the Pinarello Dogma F size 50cm (aka 465mm according to Pinarello Size Chart).
There are four riders of 1m70 in the team Ineos-Grenadier 2022 sharing the same frame size; Richard Carapaz, Eddie Dunbar, Brandon Smith Rivera, and Pidcock himself.
Pidcock’s fitting on his bike is the top of the Fizik Antares R1 saddle at 710mm to the center of the bottom bracket. The seat post has a 25mm setback, and the saddle setback is 61.8mm.
The tip of the saddle to the virtual center of the handlebar’s clamp is 535mm.
The MOST Talon Integrated handlebar is a one-piece combo with the stem. The width of the handlebar is 400mm, and the stem length is 110mm with 8 degrees angle.
The Shimano Dura-Ace crankset is 170mm in length, and the chainrings are Shimano 12-speed standard 54/40t.
Shimano is the official sponsor of the team Ineos-Grenadier, therefore the full Dura-Ace 12-speed equips the bike as recommended in Shimano’s manual.
No ceramic bearings or other exotic parts than Shimano are on the bike.
Thomas Pidcock is racing the mountain stages of the Tour de France with the new Shimano Dura-Ace C38 wheels with Continental Competition Pro Ltd. Tubular in a 26mm section.
The brake levers of the team Ineos-Grenadier riders are in line with the drops, unlike the current growing trend among the peloton to set the brake hoods inward.
Here comes the Nerd Story
But wait! If you are looking for that unique stuff about Pidcock’s bike.
I have a nerdy fact for you with Thomas Pidcock’s bikes set up.
On his bikes, Pidcock rides with the front brake on the left-hand side. Unlike the traditional right-hand side like all riders from countries driving on the wrong side of the road…
Continental Europe riders ride with the front brake on the left side of the handlebar.
Thomas Pidcock rides his road bikes and Mountain Bikes with brake levers on the opposite side of other British riders.
What Are These Shoes?
Thomas Pidcock wears a Kask helmet, Oakley sunglasses, Bio-racer jersey, bib-short, and gloves. On the Tour de France 2022, Pidcock wears some unbranded cycling shoes which look like the Specialized S-Work 7 with Shimano Blue cleats.
Thomas Pidcock’s Pinarello Dogma F cost approximately US$ 13,200.
Thomas Pidcock’s 2022 Bike Size post is a developing story, and I’ll update it as soon as more material information becomes available.
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