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Now displaying: May, 2016
May 31, 2016

Taylor Warren joins Randy and Dean Warren to talk about the recently completed Tour of Italy, or Giro d' Italia.  The Warrens also discuss the latest weekend of racing in the United States which included the US Pro Road National Championships in Winston-Salem as well as the Winston-Salem Classic races.  They mention the Tour of Belgium race and moto crash and talk a little about the upcoming events in the world of professional racing.  Listen also to hear Randy's coaching nugget which is typically interspersed in his race reviews.

May 26, 2016

In this special edition bonus episode Dean and Randy present Dean's interview with Team Katusha's star Alexander Kristoff.  Dean talked to Kristoff in the evening after the 2nd stage at the Amgen Tour of California.  Alex had won that field sprint that day taking third place.  Later in the week Kristoff won stage 7 in Santa Rosa, then capped off the week with another podium finish on the final stage in Sacramento.  Kristoff elaborates on how he first got into cycling and talks about enjoying his time as a professional, as well as his goals for this year.

May 24, 2016

Randy is on his way to USA Cycling Master's National Championships in Winston-Salem and he and Dean chat about the latest in the world of bicycle racing.  They discuss the just completed Amgen Tour of California, both the men's race and the women's race.  Dean interviewed Cannondale's Ben King and Colavita-Bianchi's Whitney Allison. Dean also talked to Katusha's team Doctor Thomas Klimaschka about their team's experience in California.  Dean and Randy catch up on the latest happenings at the Giro d' Italia and finally Dean talks to Giant-Alpecin's Caleb Fairly who retired after the Amgen Tour of California.  

May 21, 2016

Dean and Taylor Warren talk about the latest in cycling and are joined by Nick Greeff.  Randy is on his way to Chicago to put on a junior cycling clinic and a track clinic so was unavailable for this episode.  Dean, Taylor and Nick discuss the latest from the Giro d' Italia including the end of the second week.  Dean has just returned from covering stages 2 through 6 of the Amgen Tour of California and brings interviews with Boels-Doelman's American Megan Guarnier, winner of stage 1 of the women's Amgen Tour of California.  Also featured in this podcast are Andrew Talansky of Team Cannondale, Jim Ochowicz manager of Team BMC, Taylor Phinney (BMC), Lawson Craddock (Cannondale) and Jaque Janse van Rensburg (Dimension Data).

May 18, 2016

Dean and Randy Warren talk about two big stage races, the Amgen Tour of California and the Giro d' Italia.  Dean is on hand in California and in this episode interviews Holowesko Citadel's Travis McCabe and Dimension Data's Tyler Farrar.  They talk about the first stage at the ATOC and the upcoming week.  Randy and Dean discuss the exciting Giro and who's still in contention for the overall victory.

May 11, 2016

Dean is back from vacation and he and Randy discuss all the latest bicycle races on the Warren Cycling Podcast.  They hold off on talking about the first grand tour, the Giro d' Italia until later in the podcast after reviewing the Tour of Romandie, Tour of the Gila, Tour of Yorkshire, and The Four Days of Dunkerque.  They discuss Mara Abbott's win in New Mexico as well as Jelly Belly's Lachlan Morton's victory.  Dean and Randy gage Tour de France preparations from the results at the Tour de Romandie, and speak about the globalization of cycling.  They preview the upcoming Amgen Tour of California then cover the first five stages of racing at the Giro before signing off.

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