'Why not grow with Trinity? We could do the same as Van der Poel's team,' says Tom Pidcock

Mathieu van der Poel's Alpecin-Fenix outfit have been given invitations to a number of elite races this season

Tom Pidock and Mathieu van der Poel on the podium at the 2020 cyclocross world championships (Soenar Chamid/SCS/AFLO/PA Images)

(Image credit: AFLO/PA Images)

Tom Pidcock has said he could try and replicate Mathieu van der Poel's team structure with Trinity Racing as he continues to eye major victories in multiple disciplines.

The British rider has set his sights on adding two further rainbow jerseys to his collection this season, to gain the honour of having been world champion in four different disciplines.

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