The cycling season continues after the Tour de France and Randy and Dean talk about what is going on in Episode 87. The Warren brothers review the last couple of stages at the Tour, and then discuss the Cascade Classic with the women's winner Sho-Air Twenty20's Allie Dragoo. Allie enlightens us on how she took the yellow jersey and defended it through the final stage in Bend, Oregon. Randy and Dean look forward to the upcoming races and rider transfer announcements.
Randy and Dean Warren convene on the second rest day of the Tour de France to talk about all that has happened in the past week in France. The Warren brothers discuss how close the general classification remains after 15 stages. Randy and Dean bring up Chris Froome's chase on stage 15, and how well the French have been riding. Randy notes Dan Martin's strong showing and both Randy and Dean wonder what might happen in week three on the two remaining tough stages in the Alps. The Warren brothers also talk about the success North American women have achieved in the Thueringen Rundfahrt in Germany.
Randy & Dean Warren discuss the first week (through stage 9) of the Tour de France. The Warren brothers dissect the important moments and look forward to the stages to come. Dean expresses his disappointment in the Peter Sagan disqualification, but tries to move on and is excited about the strong French showing so far. Randy and Dean mention some of the other races going on in Romania, Italy and the Czech Republic.
The Warren brothers convene on the 4th of July to talk cycling in Episode 84 of the Warren Cycling Podcast. Dean has just returned from the recent national championships that took place in Louisville, KY and interviewed Travis McCabe (UHC), Erica Aller (Rally Pro Cycling) and Neilson Powless (Axeon - 25:00). The Warren brothers talk about the fading interest of team time trailing at US Nationals and discuss some of what happened in the first 4 stages of the Tour de France. At 37:20 into the podcast Randy & Dean call and interview Amber Neben the US road and time trial champ as well as the current world time trial champion.