In Episode 191 Randy and Dean catch up with Israel Start Up Nation's Travis McCabe just before he leaves for Argentina and the begins his World Tour season. McCabe offers many insights into his preparation for the jump up to the World Tour level. Randy and Dean touch on the beginning of the Women's Tour Down under and the latest in cyclocross.
Each week Randy and Dean discuss the latest bicycle racing results and other cycling news. The Warren brothers also talk about the weather and how to stay motivated for the upcoming cycling season. Long cyclocross winning streaks were broken over the last weekend. Randy and Dean cover it all and wish their listeners a wonder Christmas season!
Randy and Dean Warren talk about all the latest cycling news from rider signings to cyclocross results and the hard to find world cup track cycling results. The Warren brothers also look into the best practices for training in December and staying healthy.
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about all that is going on in cycling, with an emphasis on professional racing. In Episode 187 the Warren brothers talk about the difficult progress to get more US Olympic spots for the men's road race. Randy and Dean refer to Larry Warbasse's assessment of the lack of a true American based World Tour team to develop US riders. The Warrens also discuss cyclocross racing and the upcoming US nationals.
In episode 186 the Warren brothers interview Alexey Vermeulen as he talks about his transition season to racing mountain bikes. Alexey capped off the season with a fine Iceman Cometh win. Randy and Dean take a quick look at the latest in cyclocross and other cycling news.
Randy and Dean Warren interview Jeff Van Drunen, the founder of AltRed, a natural betalain supplement. Jeff explains the product that in tests have proven to improve performance and recovery which also enables athletes to be able to train harder. The Warren brothers then check out the latest cyclocross results and the recent Track World Cup events. Randy and Dean are impressed by the November 14th birthday list.
Each week Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest cycling news on the Warren Cycling Podcast. The Warren brothers take a look at next year's Giro d' Italia route and which stages will make the greatest impact on the race. Randy and Dean discuss Chris Froome's slow recovery from injury and question if he will ever return to his previous Tour de France winning form. The Warrens also cover the latest cyclocross racing in Belgium and in Cincinnati.
The Warren brothers are back this week with Rally UHC Cycling's new signing, Lily Williams. Lily shares her cycling story, coming from a runners background to top level cyclist. Lily talks about her road racing season and track experience this year with the national team. Randy and Dean cover the last couple pro road races in Asia, and then plug the Bookwalter Binge, which takes place October 26th.
Randy and Dean Warren talk weekly on the Warren Cycling Podcast about all the latest in professional bicycle racing. The Warren brothers check out the riders who look to be in the best shape to win the final monument of the season, Il Lombardia in Italy. Randy and Dean also discuss cyclocross in Arkansas and the upcoming 'cross season.
In Episode 181 the Warren brothers talk from opposite sides of the world to discuss the UCI Road World Championships. Randy and Dean recap the U23 Men's race as well as the Elite Women and Elite Men's races.
In Episode 180 Randy and Dean talk to Darren Dowling who is in York, England. Darren has been staying in Harrogate riding the roads of Yorkshire and gives a first hand report from the UCI World Road Championships. Randy and Dean celebrate the success of the Americans as Team USA has won six medals so far including 3 World Championship jerseys.
In Episode 179 Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things cycling on their parents 60th wedding anniversary. The Warren brothers talk about Jumbo-Visma's Primoz Roglic winning the Vuelta as well as Mathieu van der Poel's Tour of Britain win. The Warrens look to the upcoming Road World Championships including the new mixed team relay event. Randy and Dean also discuss the latest women's races, and the world cup cyclocross season opening at Jingle Cross in the US.
In Episode 178 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the exciting final week at the Vuelta a Espana, including American Sepp Kuss winning a stage. Jumbo-Visma's Primoz Roglic looks to have a lock on the overall but suddenly Movistar's Nairo Quintana gained back over five minutes. This sets up either the battle for the overall or the Movistar prize. The Warrens discuss Kate Courtney winning the mountain bike world cup overall. Randy and Dean also look towards the cycling world road championships in Yorkshire.
Randy is back from France and his Haute Route experience. The Warrens talk about Haute Route, the Vuelta, Quinn Simmons and the rest of the races in professional cycling including the Mountain Bike World Championships.
In Episode 176 Taylor Warren fills as Randy Warren is riding Haute Route Alps this week in France. Dean and Taylor are in Peru and report on the Parapan American Games where Americans Sam Bosco and Joe Berenyi won gold on the track. The Warrens talk about the first stages of the Vuelta and run down the Colorado Classic, Ladies Tour of Norway, and a couple other races.
Randy and Dean Warren talk weekly on the Warren Cycling Podcast about all things cycling. This week the Warren brothers catch up on all the latest results in professional road racing and look towards the Tour of Spain, the final grand tour of 2019. The Warrens mention a couple rider transfers and Randy talks about his upcoming Haute Route trip to France.
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 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.