Tom Pidcock says he didn't know where he was going on Poggio descent at Milan - San Remo

The Brit was once again alongside the big names in the finale

Tom Pidcock at Milan - San Remo 2021 (Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

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Tom Pidcock says that when he launched his attack on the descent from the Poggio at Milan - San Remo he didn't know where he was going, eventually finishing on the same time as winner Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) and in 15th place.

"It went alright to be fair," Pidcock said of his ride. "It’s my first Monument, 300km, and I wasn’t really supposed to be there in the final! But I felt really good and I’m pleased with it, for sure - but I want more. I learnt a lot, the team rode really well, and I’m happy.

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