In Episode 174 Randy and Dean Warren are joined by Jumbo-Visma's Sepp Kuss. Sepp talks to the Warrens from Andorra where his is putting the finishing touches on his training in preparation for the Vuelta a Espana. Randy and Dean discuss the other races going on such as the Tour of Utah, BinkBank Tour, and Women's Tour of Scotland.
In Episode 173 Randy and Dean Warren cover all the latest in professional bicycle racing. Randy is in Colorado preparing for the US Masters Nationals Road Race championships as the Warrens talk about the Tour of Poland, the European time trial championships, the Ride London races as well as San Sebastian and the Pan Am Games. Randy and Dean also discuss some of the rider transfers and take a look at the latest mountain bike world cup races.
In Episode 172 Randy and Dean Warren recount the last stages of the Tour de France and the what if's. The dramatic conclusion of the most exciting Tour in 20 years fizzled a bit at the end, but remained entertaining. The Warren brothers look forward to all the racing in multiple disciplines of cycling coming up including this weekend's Clasica San Sebastian and the Ride London Classic as well as start to the Tour of Poland.
In Episode 171 Randy and Dean Warren are excited to talk about one of the most thrilling editions of the Tour de France in 20 years. There are six riders all within a good chance to win the overall and the Warrens take a look at who is on the rise and who may fall. Randy and Dean touch on a few other bicycle racing events as well but circle back to the Tour in high anticipation of the final week of racing in France.
In Episode 170 Randy and Dean devote much of their energy talking about the Tour de France on the first rest day. It's been an exciting Tour so far to say the least. Much more to come as the race hits the big climbs in a few days. The Warren brothers discuss the Dutch domination at the Giro Rosa and touch on a couple other races going on as well at the Crushar in the Tushar gravel race.
In Episode 169 the Warren brothers are back from their vacations to talk about the start of the Tour de France. Randy and Dean break down the first two stages and discuss who they favor for the overall win. The Warrens touch on the Giro Rosa race as well as look back a bit to the USA Cycling National Championships. Dean interviewed Rally UHC Cycling's Robin Carpenter, Gavin Mannion and Brandon McNulty at the Tour de Suisse and include these at the end of the podcast.
In Episode 168 the Warren brothers talk about bicycle racing as they watch stage 4 of the Criteriun du Dauphine. Randy and Dean touch on the latest racing going on as it happens and how the Dauphine has played out so far. Jumbo-Visma's Wout van Aert continues to impress.
In Episode 167 the Warren brothers talk about the end of the Giro d' Italia and share their excitement of Sunweb's Chad Haga final time trial win. Randy and Dean look towards the upcoming Dauphine race and the lead up to this year's Tour de France. The Warrens discuss the Cascade Classic race in Oregon and a quick rundown on other cycling events.
In Episode 166 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the upcoming final weekend of the Giro d' Italia and how it all may turn out on the last day. The Warren's report an American winning in China and Kate Courtney's successive win on the mountain bike World Cup circuit. US racing continued in Winston-Salem and Dean and Randy didn't really pay any attention to the latest Hammer series event in Norway. Good luck Randy this week at the Johnson City Omnium!
Aevolo Cycling's Michael Hernandez talks to Randy and Dean about his Amgen Tour of California experience racing for the composite USA Team. Hernandez rode in two breakaways and earned the most courageous rider jersey on stage 4. The Warrens discuss the Tour of California race as well as the Giro d' Italia. Dean and Randy recap the first Mountain Bike World Cup races and the highlights of the Women's Tour for California race.
In episode 164 Randy and Dean talk about the upcoming Giro d' Italia stage race as well as preview the Amgen Tour of California. Dean was at the Eschborn-Frankfurt race in Germany last week and interviewed AG2R's Larry Warbasse. The Warren's recount the most recent racing including the Tour of Romandie, Yorkshire and the Tour of the Gila.
The Warrens talk to Rally UHC Cycling's Robin Carpenter as he and his team prepares for the Tour of Yorkshire. Robin describes his day in the break at Fleche Wallonne and his latest racing block as well as what's ahead for him and Rally UHC Cycling. Randy and Dean look back at the final two Ardenne Classic races and look forward to the upcoming stage races.
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about the latest in cycling and focused this week's episode on the thrilling Amstel Gold Race. Corendon–Circus's Mathieu Van der Poel's come from behind win excited the Warrens as he became the first Dutch winner in over a decade. Randy and Dean discuss Paris-Roubaix, the Tour of the Alps and Tour of Turkey.
In Episode 161 Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in professional cycling as they prepare to go riding themselves. The Tour of Flanders presented a surprise winner in EF Education First's Alberto Bettiol. The Warrens talk about who they think will do well at the next monument, Paris-Roubaix. The Warren brothers report the Americans who have won races in Italy and Malaysia.
In Episode 160 Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest professional cycling races with the build up to the Tour of Flanders. The E3 Binkbank Classic and Gent-Wevelgem results gives us a preview of the favorites for the Tour of Flanders, the second monument of the season and Belgium's biggest one day race. The Warrens talk about the favorites and deem the race wide open for both the men's and women's versions. Randy and Dean also touch on the Volta a Catalunya stage race and the upcoming Joe Martin Stage Race in Arkansas.
In Episode 159 Dean and Randy recap the first cycling monument of the season, Milan-Sanremo. The Warrens talk about the other races going on around the rest of the world including the Cape Epic mountain bike race, Tour of Normandie, and the in progress Volta a Catalunya stage race. Randy and Dean are excited about all of the upcoming Belgian classic races and discuss the difference in racing nowadays compared to years ago.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest professional bicycle racing all over the world. In Episode 158, The Warren brothers tell about Jonny Clarke's Floyd's Cycling win in Taiwan, and cover the opening US domestic race the Redlands Classic. The big showdowns were in Italy at the Tirreno-Adriatico stage race and in France for the Paris-Nice stage race. Mitchelton-Scott's Adam Yates nearly held of Jumbo-Visma's Primoz Roglic on the final stage. In France Sky's Egan Bernal fought off the attacks from Movistar's Nairo Quintana to take the overall there. The Warrens also take a look at the Cape Epic mountain bike race, and preview the first monument race, Milan-Sanremo.
In Episode 157 Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest professional cycling races. Randy is in California and Dean is in cold Michigan to talk about bike racing and how Deceuninck-Quickstep and Boels- Dolmans dominated the early Belgian races over the first part of March. The Warrens touch on the disappointments from the US Track teams at Worlds and make mention of the upcoming Mountain Bike Pan American championships.
In Episode 156 Randy and Dean work through a makeshift recording to produce the latest musings on professional road racing. Rain has forced Randy on the trainer where he has watched some of the latest races including World Champion Valverde's impressive win in the UAE Tour. Dean and Randy talk about the other races and the impressive performances by young riders barely in their 20s.
Episode 155 features and interview with Rally UHC Cycling's John Murphy. Randy and Dean talk to Murph about his upcoming season and the race in Oman. The Warren brothers discuss all the latest professional cycling with the emphasis on the busy start to the road season.
In Episode 154 Randy and Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling. The Warren brothers recap the highlights from the Cyclocross World Championship races. Randy and Dean discuss the development of cyclocross in Arkansas as the region will host the 2022 World Championships. The Warrens then cover the latest road racing from all around the world.
In Episode 153 Randy and Dean talk about how cold it is in North America and then where the nice riding is this time of year. Indoor training has a place, but the racing is what excites us the most. The Cyclocross World Championships are quickly approaching with the Dutch favorites for both men and women. The U.S. men's track team placed second in Hong Kong, while road racing continues in Australia and heats up in Argentina. Spain is also the place to start the 2019 race season. The Warren brothers catch up on all that is happening in cycling.
In Episode 152 Randy and Dean discuss the latest in the professional cycling world commenting on the Daryl Impey's Santos Tour Down Under win and the latest World Cup Cyclocross results. The Warren Brothers cover the interesting points from the racing in Australia and look forward to the upcoming events.
Randy and Dean Warren talk weekly about bicycle racing and all cycling related topics. In episode 151 the Warrens discuss the opening stages of the Santos Tour Down Under in Australia of the men's race and the overall of the women's race. Randy and Dean cover the Belgian and Dutch cyclocross national championships and the upcoming 'cross calendar.
In the first podcast of the new year Randy and Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling. The Warrens attention is drawn to the road season which gets underway in Australia with the national championships and the Tour Down Under. Randy and Dean talk about the big list of new World Tour riders and try to figure out how to pronounce Deceuninck-Quickstep. The Warrens finish with the latest in cyclocross racing in Europe.