Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest cycling news with a heavy concentration on the pro peloton. First they recap Milan-Sanremo (1'11"), then a mention of Dwars Door Vlaanderen (5'50"). Next in the discussion Randy and Dean talk about the Women's WorldTour Trofeo Alfredo Binda result (8'05") before previewing the E3 Harelbeke and Gent-Wevelgem races (10'28"). The rest of the podcast centers on Dean's recent trip to Spain and covering stages 3 & 4 of the Volta a Catalunya (10'50") including his interviews with BMC's Tejay van Gardener (12'01"), LottoNL-Jumbo's Alexey Vermeulen (17'32"), Trek-Segafredo's Peter Stetina (20"53') & Kiel Reijnen (23'40") and IAM Cycling's Larry Warbasse (25'59").
In this week's Warren Cycling Podcast Dean and Randy discuss the women's world tour races and interview with Twenty-16 RideBiker p/b Sho-Air racer Allie Dragoo. They also review last week's Paris-Nice stage race as well as Tirreno-Adriatico's race. Dean and Randy then move on to discuss the upcoming Milan-Sanremo one day classic race. Dean interviews Team Katusha's Dr. Thomas Klimaschka and they speak some about Katusha's classic star Alexander Kristoff.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in the cycling world, including Paris-Nice (13'30"), the Strade Bianche Race (15'20") and upcoming Tirreno-Adriatico race(26'08"). They also cover the number of Americans racing on World Tour teams this season(1'45") and look at the breakdown of nationalities on the World Tour. Dean interviews one of the two new Americans joining a World Tour team this year: Alexey Vermeulen(35'48"). Randy and Dean review the success of Team USA's women from the recently completed World Track Championships(29'42") as well as discussing Mark Cavendish's Olympic dreams(34'00"). The two brothers are excited about all of the upcoming racing and the insights they may provide on who's fit and will do well in the Spring Classics including Milan-Sanremo(22'40").
The first of the Warren Cycling Podcast, Randy and Dean Warren discuss all things cycling. In this first episode we converse about the pro races in Belgium, the new race weather protocol, Le Tour de Langkawi, Evelyn Stevens breaking the One Hour record, track worlds and the Chico Stage Race in California. Dean caught up with Evan Huffman, the winner of the Chico Stage Race and the interview with Huffman is featured in this podcast as well.