Tom Pidcock has been voted Great Britain Cycling Team Rider of the Year 2017 after a sensational 12 months saw the youngster win multiple honours including two world titles.
Pidcock took 28.72% of the 5,800 votes. World and European omnium champion Katie Archibald was second with 15.03% and junior downhill world champion Matt Walker third with 13.59% of the vote.
Eighteen-year-old Pidcock was crowned junior cyclo-cross world champion in January before adding the junior road time trial world title in Bergen, Norway in September. In April he became only the third British rider to win Paris-Roubaix Juniors, after Geraint Thomas and Andy Fenn. The Yorkshireman finished off the year by taking four wins in the Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in his debut under-23 season to win the overall title in the category.
- Tom Pidcock – 28.72%
- Katie Archibald – 15.03%
- Matt Walker – 13.59%
- Jon Gildea – 12.36%
- Beth Shriever – 12.34%
- James Ball and Matt Rotherham – 6.42%
- Annie Last – 4.12%
- Lauren Bate – 3.24%
- Elinor Barker – 3.08%
- Sophie Thornhill and Corrine Hall – 1.09%