Dean is in Vermont supporting the 303 Project cycling team at the Green Mountain Stage Race and talks with Randy about the latest in professional cycling. The Vuelta discussion takes up the first half of the episode as Chris Froome continues to lead although not without drama on stage 12 in Spain. The Warrens touch on the Cannondale-Drapac predicament, and how well Michael Woods is racing. Randy and Dean talk about the women's world tour race in the Netherlands, and last week's Tour l'Avenir where Neilson Powless scored a second place finish on the final stage. Listen at the end for Taylor Warren to talk about the 303 Project's chances at the Green Mountain Stage Race.
The Warren brothers are excited to talk about the first five stages of the Vuelta a Espana, but first cover some of the other racing going on in August. Randy and Dean talk about Boels-Dolman's American Megan Guarnier stage win at the Ladies Tour of Norway, the Tour de l'avenir and more rider transfers. The Warrens then go over who's looking good at the Vuelta and are cautiously optimistic on BMC's Tejay van Garderen's early success.
In Episode 90 Randy and Dean Warren cover the recently completed Colorado Classic bicycle race. Dean interviewed Jelly Belly's Serghei Tvetcov and UHC's Travis McCabe after stage 3 in Denver. Dean also talked to ShoAir20/20s Chloe Dygert Owen who raced the Saturday night Velorama crit who is preparing for the World Championships in Norway. The Warrens review more of the rider transfers and look forward to the Vuelta which starts August 19th.
Episode 89 features interviews from the first day of the inaugural Colorado Classic four day stage race. Dean drives down from Loveland to Colorado Springs to catch the first day action and talks to Alison Tetrick of Cylance and best young rider and second place finisher on stage one Skylar Schneider of Iscorp. Randy and Dean talk about the new race format and stage one and include interviews with Trek Segafredo's Greg Daniel, Cannondale-Drapac's Taylor Phinney and Israel Cycling Academy's Tyler Williams. The Warren brothers also discuss all the other latest professional race action and upcoming ones as well. Randy and Dean discuss some more rider transfers.
Randy and Dean Warren cover the cycling racing scene domestically and abroad. The Warren brothers talk about the Tour of Utah and the stage 4 sprint win by Holowesko's John Murphy. Dean and Randy discuss what's going on in the Tour of Poland as well as other European races. The Warrens touch on some of the rider transfers and then move their conversation to the other disciplines of cycling such as the growing popularity of gravel races.