Pidcock and Lecomte Make History in Nove Mesto | XCO Recap 2021

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The Second round of the UCI Mountain Bike Cross-Country World Cup has shown that new faces have arrived to the scene and they are here to say. In the Women’s field Loana Lecomte had a race of her own, winning by the biggest ever margin in a Cross-Country World Cup race in Nove Mesto na Morave. In the Men’s race Tom Pidcock delivered a stellar performance, leaving everyone a full minute behind and became the first British male rider to win a World Cup race since 1994.

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