In Episode 36 the Warren brothers converge once again to talk about cycling and as usual focus on the professional side of the sport. They recap the recently completed Eneco Tour which just took place in the Netherlands and Belgium. The race gave perhaps a preview to the form of riders hoping to represent their national teams at the upcoming World Championships in Doha, Qatar in October. Slovakia's Peter Sagan is looking awfully strong. The Warrens continued their discussion by mentioning the recent rider transfer news, particularly on the US domestic scene. UnitedHealthcare and Holowesko-Citadel have been busy signing riders with John Murphy moving over to Holowesko and Travis McCabe over to UHC. Randy and Dean noted the number of domestic based riders who will represent the United States and Worlds and the high chance of a medal from junior racer Skylar Schneider. Before concluding the podcast the Warrens discussed the recently completed World Cup Cyclo-cross races in Las Vegas and Iowa City. Randy and Dean look forward to perhaps an interview before the next podcast with US multi-national champion Jeremy Powers.
In Episode 35 the Randy and Dean start out the podcast talking about how this time of year coincides with road racers taking a bit of time off the bike to prepare for next year. The Warren brothers talk about the races still coming up and the current one taking place in the Netherlands and Belgium- the ENECO Tour. They mention Peter Sagan's and Anna van der Breggen's European Championship wins and the talk about the race to collect UCI points as the road season closes out the 2016 campaign. Randy and Dean also talk some cyclo-cross and note Tom Zirbel's Hour Record ride.
In this special edition episode the Warren Cyclng Podcast interviews Kimberly Coats of Team Africa Rising. Kimberly talks to the Warren brothers about forming the first all African professional UCI women's cycling team. The team will compete in 2017 and be comprised of Eritrean, Ethiopian, and Rwandan riders and will initially be based in the United States and race the first half of the season in the US. She explains the hurdles in developing the team such as finding a title sponsor. Kimberly also shared the recent success of Eritrean rider Yohana Dawit at the Green Mountain Stage Race in Vermont. Randy and Dean ask about the upcoming World Championships and the participation of African women in Qatar.
The Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 33 starts off with Dean and Randy talking about the recent races in Pennsylvania. Dean interviewed Chris Horner of Lupus, George Simpson of Gateway Harley Davidson, and UnitedHealthcare's Tanner Putt and Jonny Clarke. Dean also spoke with Holowesko Citadel's Oscar Clark and Robin Carpenter after Reading 120 one day race. The following day Dean caught up with Team Jamis' Eric Marcotte after his win at the Thompson Bucks County Classic Doylestown Criterium. The Warren brothers continued their conversation talking about the Vuelta and strong riding from the Orica-BikeExchange team. Randy and Dean look forward to the rest of the season's races and World Championships. They are grateful for the Via Bicycle Cafe in Estes Park, Colorado for sponsoring the Warren Cycling Podcast.
In this special edition Warren Cycling Podcast Randy and Dean Warren interview Colorado Bike Czar Ken Gart. Ken works with Colorado's Governor John Hickenlooper to improve all aspects of cycling in Colorado with the goal to make the state the best in the nation for cyclists. The Warren brothers introduce the interview, then discuss afterwards how all aspects of cycling works together to improve the sport we love.
Nick Greeff joins Randy and Dean in Episode 31 to discuss the recent Gateway Cup in St. Louis where Nick just raced. They continue talking about the recently completed Tour of Alberta which includes Dean's interview with overall winner Robin Carpenter (Holowesko-Citiadel) at 6:27 into podcast. The Warren brothers and Nick talk about the Tour of Britain, then the Vuelta and which leads into another interview. Dean talked to Cannondale-Drapac's Ben King on the second rest day in Spain at 29:33 into podcast. Dean, Randy and Nick look at the final week at the Vuelta and end the podcast talking about high altitude riding.
In Episode 30 the Warren brothers catch up on what has been going on in Spain at the Vuelta. Dean and Randy get a little side-tracked and end up with a discussion on the growing popularity of E-bikes. They return to talking about the Tour of Alberta and the latest Axeon-Hagens Berman's victory (along with their highly successful season) by Colin Joyce in stage one in Canada. Randy and Dean note that there is plenty of racing still to come in a longer season than usual due to the later date for the World Championships which will be held in mid October in Qatar.