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Warren Cycling Podcast

Randy and Dean Warren discuss all things cycling and cycling related, from professional races to local cycling issues.
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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 26, 2018

Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling and a lot about bicycle racing on their weekly podcast.  The Tour de France dominates the cycling discussion as it nears the end of the three week race.  Has Sky's Geraint Thomas locked up the win?  Will Chris Froome try anything crazy or will he be a faithful teammate?  The Warren brothers recall the past week's stages and the contenders who have fallen away.  

Jul 16, 2018

Each week Randy and Dean Warren discuss cycling topics and in July, the talk focuses on the Tour de France.  The Warren brothers break down the Roubaix stage and the impact on the general classification.  Randy and Dean look back at the previous sprint stages and look forward to the upcoming days in the Alps.  The Warrens touch on the racing in Boise, Idaho as well as the finish of the Giro Rosa.

Jul 11, 2018

Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling each week and this week are focused on the first five stages of the Tour de France.  The Warrens look forward the upcoming stages that should shape the general classification.  Randy and Dean also cover the Giro Rosa women's stage race where Sunweb's American Ruth Winder won stage 4 and wore the pink jersey for a day.  

Jul 6, 2018

Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things related to cycling in their weekly podcast.  On the day before the start of the Tour de France, the Warren brothers look at the contenders for both the overall and for the early sprint stages.  Randy and Dean discuss the impact of the reduced 8 man teams and which stages will sort out the general classification.  

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