Tom Pidcock has added more than a million to his net worth. The professional cyclist has been living a lavish lifestyle with the money he has made from his career.
British professional cyclist Tom Pidcock is currently competing in the cyclo-cross, mountain bike, and road bicycling racing for UCI WorldTeam Ineos Grenadiers.
Tom Pidcock Net Worth Revealed
Cyclist Pidcock has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $2 million.
However, the exact net worth of the famous professional cyclist is yet to be revealed on the internet or even with the media.
The actual figure of Tom’s salary has not been revealed by the cyclist for now but it is known that he earns a decent amount of salary every year.
Tom has been earning a huge amount of money from his career as a cyclist and like other sports personalities, Pidcock also packs an additional amount of money from endorsements.
Moreover, he can also be seen spending his leisure time on vacations and going to different places with his partner.
Which bike does Tom Pidcock drive? The professional cyclist rides an unbranded BMC FOurstroke full-suspension bike.
Who Is Tom Pidcock Partner: His Wife
Tom has been in a relationship with partner named Bethany Louise Zajac.
However, they are not married yet, and therefore, Bethany can not be introduced as Tom’s wife for now.
We can meet Louise on Instagram under the username @bethanylouisezajac and going through her Instagram profile we can say that Bethany also loves cycling.
According to her Instagram bio, Zajac is a 19 years old piano tutor who is from Yorkshire, England.
Where Is The Professional Cyclist From?
Cyclist Tom is from Leeds, England, United Kingdom.
He was born there on July 30, 1999, which makes his age to be 21 years old as of 2021.
Tom has a height of 5 feet 7 inches and his weight is 50 kg.
Pidcock has not revealed much about his early life or childhood but it is known that he became a cyclist at a very young age.
In the 2016 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, he secured a top-five result and then came to prominence in the junior ranks.
Tom joined Ineos Grenadiers in the 2021 season and he enjoyed a successful start with the team in the spring classics, where he finished third in Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne.
Later, he switched to mountain bike racing as part of his preparation for competing in the discipline at the 2020 Summer Olympics.